LOOK FOR AND CLIP THE $5 COUPON ON THE 3D VERSION FOR ADDITIONAL SAVINGS
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Posted February 16 2013 - 10:49 AM
Hadn't heard anything about this one until now. How's the 3D? Chas., Perhaps you'd consider bringing this one along with you for us to watch at the next party? :cool:
I loved the film at the Disney studios, loved it again at the local AMC, and I'm happily adding the 3D Blu-ray to the Disney shelf.
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Posted March 07 2013 - 02:41 AM
Incidentally, I love the way you spelled "amok" correctly.
For once, I'm taking a step back here as I found the need to look at a film like this from an entirely different perspective. Wreck-It-Ralph succeeds at being one of the very best 3D animated films because of the way the extra dimensionality breathes new life into its worlds to the point where you find yourself so engrossed in the story, that you totally forget that you are wearing eyewear. The Disney animation team must have gone completely amok, letting their imaginations run wild, as they created the world of Sugar Rush with its vines of laughing taffy, pools of exploding mementos and tree branches made of candy cane. As the camera shifts the viewer through and above this land filled with confections, it's truly an awe-inspiring experience thanks to the added level of depth which adds a sensational amount of realism to what is being viewed. I couldn't help but think how less involving this movie would be for me if I were watching it in 2D. For that reason alone, I rank Wreck-It-Ralph as the best animated 3D experience I have enjoyed to date.
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