Aren't we all tired of special effects? Ideally, if they work, we should never feel the need to talk about them unless we want to become effects professionals ourselves. I react to them when they're imaginative or beautiful; I like effects as different as the parting of the Red Sea in DeMille's "The Ten Commandments" and the Mother Ship's light show in Spielberg's "Close Encounters of the Third Kind." When I reviewed Peter Jackson's "Lord of the Rings" trilogy, I wanted to talk about the wondrous things he did, not how he did them. I rarely expounded on the wizardry of the make-up, computer and camera sorcerers who helped get this massive vision to the screen or gave life to otherworldly creatures like the Orc pictured here.