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3D HTF TOP 30 MUST OWN 3D TITLES

Discussion in 'Blu-ray and UHD' started by Ronald Epstein, Dec 12, 2010.

  1. Panman40

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    Don't bother. Even filmed with 3D cameras...3D was only viewable in a few scenes. :thumbsdown: :thumbsdown: :3dglasses:
     
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    Scraping the barrel there John, I would of been tempted though if the Title was called ‘Ginger Clout’ :lol:
     
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    I would have thought a film starring Frank-n-furter, Bishop from Aliens and the guy who did the sound effects in Police Academy from the 80’s would have been a better clue. ;)
     
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    If you only go by the cover...it was a sure hit!!! Live and learn. The other one that came with it is FREE BIRDS. Hope I don't strike out on that one too?
     
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    Free birds is Ok John, more a watch once film for me though.
     
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    Boy, you have them all Martin. Strike one, strike two...
     
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    Not as many as you do now John, last time of count you beat me by 70 ish 3Ds.
     
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    Watched spiderverse this afternoon, or at least tried to... We hated the Character motion which is just like the Lego movies. 3D although OK didn’t look anything special either so Pulled the plug after 15 minutes.
    Sadly not for us.
     
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    That's too bad Martin, but I can't wait to watch it now...ugh.
     
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    I have about 15-20 in my Amazon UK queue. I'm only buying a few at a time.
     
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    I’m sure you will love it John, many do with only good things to say. I should of trusted my instinct before ordering this though as it was clear to see motion of characters was Lego movie style.
     
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    I suggest giving it another chance now that you know the style. I didn’t think
    It was anything like the LEGO style films.

    The LEGO films are stop motion animation style. This film is more like character drawn animation.

    It really is a terrific film and 15 minutes does not do it justice. Give it another shot as I’m sure most members here will tell you the same.
     
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    You’re going to love it John!
     
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    Then again.............;)
     
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    I know plenty of other members rate it highly, both myself and wife could not stomach the motion of the characters though which is the same as the Lego movies to our eyes. I even thought of popping in the 2D disc to try and enjoy the movie itself but I’m sure motion would be the same ?.
     
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    If you’re dead set against the style there’s nothing to be done.

    I HATED the style of the film at first and actually walked out of the theater. When I went back and sat thru the whole thing, i thought it was one of the best animated films I’ve ever seen with great characters and a terrific story. But 15 minutes imo is not enough time to make a judgement of this terrific film.

    But that’s just me.
     
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    I have only watched it flat as I watched the extras and commentary. The motion looked absolutely normal cartoon to me. I am really looking forward to 3D viewing later in the week.
     
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    3D really adds to the film. Awesome in 4K too.
     
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    Not a good sign when you start answering your own posts. Some of us are way past that stage...:rolleyes:
     

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