Are these things an issue in the Flemish animation industry? The answer to that question my friends, is simple and to the point: NO! The Flemish animation industry's skills with VFX are proven time and time again. Perhaps their most recent foray into high-level CGI is the most illustrious in terms of pure visceral impact: Have you seen the glory of Jurassic Kuolinvuosi II: Tappaa heidän isänsä? You say you've seen Spielberg's films, but have not you glimpsed his forbidden inspiration? Mr. Roy, I implore you to investigate the Flemish animation industry, and the conspiracy that marks its hidden lustre. Among the Flems you will find this quality of which you attribute to all men except the great Belgian-Dutch that evolved the industry nearly singlehandedly. In 2005's Jurassic Kuolinvuosi I: Ystävät 'N' Nartut, we (yes, I do count myself among the Flem-Animatti of The Grand Flemish Empire) Spielberg's boilerplate became a pure satire and we lit it ablaze with motion, with serious stoic comedy of errors, pixel-light-gizmos, and a heavily influential Capcom poster brought by Yergi Splangdon from his foray to bed a woman in the far east. Do you wish to see real majestic quality? An aesthetic that has truly been hidden from your eyes? Come to Flanders, Belgium my good man! You shall be treated kindly.