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post #5206 of 9650
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Stitcherroneous did you see Life of Pi yet? I think you will like it. Going to see it in 3D this afternoon.

 

If it's not too late, don't do that. Beautiful movie made visually underwhelming by the 3D process. I swore I'd never see another 3D movie, but was dragged to this due to time constraints. About 15 minutes into it I took the glasses off just to get a little luminance back on the screen.

 

Anyway, stunning and emotional adaptation of an unfilmable novel. Go see, but not in 3D.

 

lefty

post #5207 of 9650
+1 on rehashing the complaints about trailers sucking ass.

Compare something like The Village with its trailer.

Its no wonder the masses hated that movie--they went to it thinking it was a horror movie.
post #5208 of 9650
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If it's not too late, don't do that. Beautiful movie made visually underwhelming by the 3D process. I swore I'd never see another 3D movie, but was dragged to this due to time constraints. About 15 minutes into it I took the glasses off just to get a little luminance back on the screen.

Anyway, stunning and emotional adaptation of an unfilmable novel. Go see, but not in 3D.

lefty

If there was ever a more worthless technology than 3D movies, please call it out. 3D movies are always a total shit experience.
post #5209 of 9650
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Originally Posted by lefty View Post

If it's not too late, don't do that. Beautiful movie made visually underwhelming by the 3D process. I swore I'd never see another 3D movie, but was dragged to this due to time constraints. About 15 minutes into it I took the glasses off just to get a little luminance back on the screen.

Anyway, stunning and emotional adaptation of an unfilmable novel. Go see, but not in 3D.

lefty

I saw it in 3D and thought it was visually impressive. Not as good as Hugo's 3D, but still one of the better 3D movies I've seen.
post #5210 of 9650
Not the project x Helen hunt version lol
post #5211 of 9650
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Originally Posted by lefty View Post

If it's not too late, don't do that. Beautiful movie made visually underwhelming by the 3D process. I swore I'd never see another 3D movie, but was dragged to this due to time constraints. About 15 minutes into it I took the glasses off just to get a little luminance back on the screen.

Anyway, stunning and emotional adaptation of an unfilmable novel. Go see, but not in 3D.

lefty

noted. i generally dont see things in 3D. though i enjoyed the latest spiderman in 3D. nice to see you posting here again, btw. smile.gif
post #5212 of 9650
Watched Lawless today and really liked it...Great story and great casting and wardrobe.

Need suggestions for good christmassy movies smile.gif

-V
post #5213 of 9650
loved that movie!
post #5214 of 9650
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I saw it in 3D and thought it was visually impressive. Not as good as Hugo's 3D, but still one of the better 3D movies I've seen.

 

3D brings nothing to a movie like this.

 

I've only seen it work well twice. Avatar and Dr. Tongue's 3D House of Stewardesses.

 

 

lefty

post #5215 of 9650

pB, hurry I want your movie tips!

post #5216 of 9650
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I saw it in 3D and thought it was visually impressive. Not as good as Hugo's 3D, but still one of the better 3D movies I've seen.

3D brings nothing to a movie like this.

I've only seen it work well twice. Avatar and Dr. Tongue's 3D House of Stewardesses.



lefty

Verry scarry!
post #5217 of 9650

Almost as scary as Dr. Tongue and Woody Tobias Jr. in the SCTV remake of Midnight Cowboy.

 

In 3D.

 

 

lefty

post #5218 of 9650
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Watched Lawless today and really liked it...Great story and great casting and wardrobe.
Need suggestions for good christmassy movies smile.gif
-V

Die Hard.
Christmas Vacation.

EDIT - also Scrooged and The Ref.
post #5219 of 9650
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Originally Posted by Imyouricecreamman View Post

Watched Lawless today and really liked it...Great story and great casting and wardrobe.
Need suggestions for good christmassy movies smile.gif
-V

Die Hard.
Christmas Vacation.

EDIT - also Scrooged and The Ref.

Love these two.

Mrs. A and I watched "What's Your Number?" last night - has to be one of the worst romantic comedies ever filmed. The whole premise of the movie hinges on everyone judging the main character for having slept with too many guys. Short version: NOBODY LOVES A WHORE.

After she went to bed I started watching Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance. Mo' betta!
post #5220 of 9650

"The Avengers",

It's a really great movie with beautiful visuals, fantastic special effects...my favorite movie...love it!!!

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