No way. CGI will never be able to capture the the whole performance an actor can pull off on screen. Natural body language, facial expressions, actors interpretations of how the scene should play out, improvisation, directors and cast giving feedback to each other etc. Take Taxi Driver for example, the way DeNiro played Travis was perfect. The whole mirror scene was improv, it went onto become an infamous scene in cinema.
Scenes like these could never be topped by CGI: Based Denzel at his best.
This whole performance mayne, so good! CGI and voice acting will never touch this.
A a few others:
The part where Leo cut's his hand wasn't in the script, it actually happened and they continued filming. I won't ruin the rest, but what happens because of the cut to his hand and what he does, just adds to the scene.
Tbh i think it would also kill the appeal of a film, everything would seem too fake, plus Hollywood need big names for awards nights, selling tickets and a name to create a buzz around the film.
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