1995. 'Toy Story'
When "Toy Story" came out in 1995, Ebert delved deep into the technological proficiency of the film, even noting that it took 300 computers to render the final product.
"A cowboy named woody with a voice by Tom Hanks is the king of the other toys in the bedroom of a little boy who owns them. When the kid is out of the room, the toys come alive and they have some terrific adventures in toy story. Kids will probably enjoy it on that level, but for grown-ups, the movie may be even more amazing, because this is the first feature length film made entirely by computers, through every frame.
"...what really caught my attention in the movie was the illusion of three-dimensional space as the characters turn and move and the backgrounds reflect that."