Email Facebook Whatsapp Pinterest Twitter. I've been teetering on whether or not I want to watch Big Hero 6, but if it really is incredible in 3D, I might have to find a way to watch it like that. Scroll down for the next article. I agree with infmom about the Wizard of Oz
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In exchange for the spinal surgery that will fix his legs, Jake gathers intel for the cooperating military unit spearheaded by gung-ho Colonel Quaritch, while simultaneously attempting to infiltrate the Na'vi people with the use of an "avatar" identity. Have you seen any 3D movies de,o blew you away? My all time favorite 3D movie is Coraline.
I've heard good things about Coraline! I agree with infmom about the Wizard of Oz Legacy an enjoyable watch.
I'm jonesing to watch it again now. If you're unfamiliar with smart TVs, now may be the time to catch up and see what you've been missing.
Gravity is the first movie since Avatar that has become synonymous with 3D success. I remember liking it when I saw it back when it debutedso maybe I'll see if I can grab a 3D copy of it to watch. I watched Green Lantern in 3D.
This movie was meant for 3D. The gimmick of 3D is to both add depth AND have things leap off the screen at the audience. Interesting, I've never had problems with 3D, but maybe that's because I don't wear glasses.
I walked around to see it from different angles and the way objects moved made them seem physical. But most of the time I don't find 3D adds very much to a movie. Now you've got me curious if there's a significant difference between wearers and non-wearers!
And seeing how Avatar successfully transported avatzr to the world of Pandora, the 3D added just enough depth to push us over the edge into total immersion. There are so many elements that avatr TRON: I can't say that it improved the movie- which needed more origin time and a different villain, Ryan Reynolds did fine with the nothing he had to work with- but the credit sequence was fantastic. All 3D VR, side by side clips should be in.
It's been a while since I've seen an enjoyable animated film.
I've counted more than 6 layers of depht in the big party scene of 3c Great Gatsby. There he learns of greedy corporate figurehead Parker Selfridge's intentions of driving off the native humanoid "Na'vi" in order to mine for the precious material scattered throughout their rich woodland. The Great Gatsby is just a visual treat. I agree, 3D cannot save a crappy movie.
7 Incredible 3D Movies Actually Worth Seeing In 3D
It really was excellent, wasn't it? That, and the copious amounts of close-up shots that are made much more striking with the depth offered by 3D. The colors are vibrant and all the tiny details put into the shots are just jaw-dropping. Directors and movie-goers alike tend to lambaste 3D technology. It is fantastic to watch on 3D. I took off my 3D glasses half-way through and saw that there was only a tiny bit of 3D effect on the film, and only rarely were there any images or characters with double-edges as you would see in truly well-done 3D films.
For the best experience possible, you should watch 3D movies in theaters Cinema Is Dying: Upload 3D demo clips. Without 3D, this movie suffers greatly.
Only reason I haven't seen it yet is because Tim Burton is a bit hit-or-miss for me. Pacific Rim is one of my favorite movies regardless of the number of dimensions you see it in