In the early days of Hollywood, films used stop motion animation to bring non-human characters such as King Kong to life. Then in the 90s came CGI, which were made popular from Terminator 2 and Jurassic Park, and became a groundbreaking phenomena that killed off stop motion. Now we're fast forwarding to the 21st century, and people are beginning to grow tired of CGI and wish for Hollywood to retire from them and go back to using old special effects such as stop motion. An example of these people is James Rolfe, a.k.a. the Angry Video Game Nerd, who complains about CGI being overused, especially on the Transformers films, wishes to see the vintage effects back. It's one of those issues where it's hard to find out about Hollywood's future, and it provides another example of nostalgia filter, which has proven itself to be a dangerous threat to the entertainment medium, especially on the internet. So I ask, should fully retire this evolving technology and go back to using stop motion effects in order to please the audience who grew up in the 70s and 80s, or should we keep them and find a way implant stop motion in these films where it's a mix of both stop motion and CGI?