Parents will go to some flattering vast extremes to make certain their children’s wildest dreams come through, though what Daniel Hashimoto does for his son James is something true out of a superhero movie.
Hashimoto creates a vital as a freelance visible effects artist who has worked for a likes of Dreamworks Animation, though where his dexterity truly shines is when it involves his 4-year-old son James. Stemming from a kiddo’s adore of games and his active imagination, Dad set out to spin his son’s thoughts and ideas into “Awesome Movie Kid,” a web array where James becomes a pint-sized movement hero.
Hashimoto films his son doing flattering normal child things like personification during a park before transforming these elementary videos into big-budget productions.
The sorcery happens when Hashimoto incorporates some film play in post-production by approach of large explosions and death-defying stunts.
The film that started it all, “Action Movie Kid,” saw James transforming into a superhero with unimaginable powers and a cackle of nifty gadgets.