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14 incredible images of films before and after they added special effects

Don't get us wrong, we're well aware that when you see a dragon in Game of Thrones or a fella with an octopus for a face in Pirates of The Caribbean that it probably didn't really look like that when it was filmed. But we had no idea how utterly ridiculous things looked before all the CGI magic was added in.

Like, seriously, who knew so many people had to act alongside men dressed as condoms?

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