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Take a look at this amazing before and after VFX breakdown of the 2004 disaster movie, The Day After Tomorrow.

The Day After Tomorrow is a disaster movie based around climate change and how it has drastically changed the face of the planet, with extreme storms and changes in weather patterns.

The movie hit cinemas in 2004 and was directed by Roland Emmerich. He is known for making these types of movies, with extreme attention to detail, and has directed other movies such as Independence Day and White House Down.

Arguably, the most impressive aspect of The Day After Tomorrow is how realistic the disaster scenes are, and remain breathtaking even today, some 16 years later.

The director of the movie was so specific on how certain scenes needed to be and look like, that he even ended up changing VFX and CGI studios during filming, and even in the films post-production as he wasn't happy with what they were producing. But, those of you who are fans of the film will be grateful that he did as the result says it all!

Take a look at the video below by YouTube channel, Fame Focus, on the Amazing Before And After VFX Breakdown Of The Day After Tomorrow movie.

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