The Matrix Reloaded\\Revolutions
I recall seeing these in the theaters and being in awe of the 'digital cinematography' (as they call it) and how 'real' it looked. If you don't know what it is, its essentially where they make a video game of the movie scene and film it.. CGI actors, CGI light sources. CGI settings and backgrounds, and completely controllable 360 deg 'digital' camera (i.e., the 'gamers' viewpoint). Great example of this is the Burly Brawl scene.. after awhile of Keanu and the Hugo's hashing it out, theres a distinct change to a video-game-like characterization of Keanu and the Hugo's and their fighting.
Anyway.. years ago it looked cutting-edge and -- while still obvious CGI -- it was impressive and exciting enough that it didnt matter. Years later after swallowing the disappointing end of the trilogy and watching it in 1080p on Blu.. its enough to make you laugh in embarrassment. It looks like I'm watching a FMV from Max Payne 2 or something. It's that washed out, that silly-looking, and that dated.