Fiennes and Newell were dedicated to going as human as possible with Voldemort's look. I think what we see here is a pretty good indication of that philosophy. Fits in relatively well with my mental imagine is that I see that and instantly think: "That's Voldemort!"Amazing that they would do something that subtle with CGI then. That looks like it could easily have been done with prosthetics, but I swear, Feinnes had no prosthethics on his face, only green dots on his nose and forehead. He was bald too.
I was just completely sold on Columbus's vision, which came very close to matching what I saw in my mind's eye when reading the books, and Cuaron's version came as a bit of a shock. I know some thought Columbus was too close to the source and thought his approach was too by rote and dry.I too prefer Columbus' take on it. It's sad but true, the exact people who saw Columbus' movies first and thought it was "too close to the source" or whatever, would have been the ones screaming if the first 2 movies were quite different from the book.