Originally Posted by Robert Harris
I did not see Disney's Pixar film of Charles Dickens' 1843 holiday offering in a theater.
Originally Posted by Aaron Silverman
Also, doesn't the jaw business come from the original story?
The MVC codec is supposed to be backwards compatible, meaning that even if your PS3 is hooked up to a 2D display, it should give you a 2D image. I'm not sure what Disney has done with its 3D disc to lock that capability out.Originally Posted by Yumbo
PS3 is supposed to be 3D capable.
Or does it need to be connected to an actual 3D display first before it can load?
Originally Posted by Steve Y
It's easy to see why they went the "comedy bit" route with Marley's ghost and the "jaw" scene. As written, the scene is chilling; filmed, it is terrifying. To play that scene as straight horror would have alienated much of its younger audience. They probably felt that if they wanted both a family film and a faithful film, they had to play it for laughs. So they did.