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Old 01-24-2012, 03:19 AM   #41
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I think I'm answering my own question here, but I remember reading somewhere that the running time of Titanic might not be possible for 15/70 presentation - I'm thinking this will only be a IMAX-Digital release (but I could be wrong)
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Old 01-24-2012, 09:07 AM   #42
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Hmm, well I saw Avatar in a 15/70 traditional 8 storey type IMAX theatre (extremely impressive way to see it btw), so are those all digital? I was under the impression I was watching film tbh because it was a massive screen and there was no pixels visible, which I can sometimes make out in digital IMAX, but who knows.
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Old 01-24-2012, 10:21 AM   #43
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Hmm, well I saw Avatar in a 15/70 traditional 8 storey type IMAX theatre (extremely impressive way to see it btw), so are those all digital? I was under the impression I was watching film tbh because it was a massive screen and there was no pixels visible, which I can sometimes make out in digital IMAX, but who knows.
will i miss anything if i dont see it in IMAX? I am only asking becouse the cinema i go to has no IMAX screens
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Old 01-24-2012, 10:49 AM   #44
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will i miss anything if i dont see it in IMAX? I am only asking becouse the cinema i go to has no IMAX screens
Well it sounds like you will miss the wider 1.78:1 3D print, as the suggestion seems to be regular theaters (RealD) will have a 2.35:1 3D print, but I'd wait till closer to the time to confirm that.
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Old 01-24-2012, 11:26 AM   #45
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What could have been and should have been a great historical Drama based on truth was turned into a cheap chick flick im sorry but i hated this film before and why would i wanna see it in 3d...
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Old 01-24-2012, 11:26 AM   #46
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oh yeah and if i have to hear that stupid Celine Dion song one more time i think im gonna puke
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Old 01-24-2012, 11:13 PM   #47
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Saw the 3d trailer for this before Underworld (on Imax) and have to say it was quite disappointing. I don't know if it was poorly projected or what, but most shots did not look 3d at all, and the few that did only did because I was looking really hard for something 3d, they didn't really stand out.
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Saw the 3d trailer for this before Underworld (on Imax) and have to say it was quite disappointing. I don't know if it was poorly projected or what, but most shots did not look 3d at all, and the few that did only did because I was looking really hard for something 3d, they didn't really stand out.

did you check out the 3D trailer for Star Wars Episode I - there's no dimensionality to speak of, very very disappointing. The 3D trailer I saw of Titanic though utterly floored me.
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Old 01-25-2012, 02:07 AM   #49
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did you check out the 3D trailer for Star Wars Episode I - there's no dimensionality to speak of, very very disappointing. The 3D trailer I saw of Titanic though utterly floored me.
I agree with you! Star Wars looks like a complete flat, dull, soft mess on the trailer I saw. Titanic looked just the opposite! It almost looked like it was shot in 3d!
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I'll wait for the bluray, there's no way I'd watch this in the cinema again it's too freakin long!
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Old 01-25-2012, 03:02 AM   #51
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I'll wait for the bluray, there's no way I'd watch this in the cinema again it's too freakin long!
I think Cameron is one of the few director's who make three hour movies go by rather quickly
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I think Cameron is one of the few director's who make three hour movies go by rather quickly
Unless it's Avatar. Then it's blue hell.
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I think Cameron is one of the few director's who make three hour movies go by rather quickly
Really cos I felt every minute of Titanic and Avatar. I don't like long films in the cinema, my bladder can't take it and the chairs are too uncomfortable. I'd rather lay on the couch at home!
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I'll wait for the bluray, there's no way I'd watch this in the cinema again it's too freakin long!
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Old 01-25-2012, 11:11 PM   #55
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did you check out the 3D trailer for Star Wars Episode I - there's no dimensionality to speak of, very very disappointing. The 3D trailer I saw of Titanic though utterly floored me.
They didn't run the Star Wars trailer, which I thought was pretty stupid seeing as how it's out really soon. Hopefully the Titanic thing was just badly projected, because what I saw was extremely weak, especially when compared to the other 3d trailers they showed (like Journey 2-- don't know about the movie but some of the 3d really popped)
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Old 01-26-2012, 02:00 AM   #56
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I thought the 3D looked really good, with some starlingly close to natively made shots. I really wish I could see the Phantom Menace trailer again. The only time I saw it on the big screen in 3d was when it was attached to 3 Musketeers. Went by way to quick for me to judge :l
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Did anyone ever find out what prints are being shown in IMAX vs Real3D showings?

I was a huge fan of this film growing up. It did lead me to get interested in the actual ship, which resulted in me buying books, vintage newspapers, transcripts, etc. I even have 2nd class dinner plates that were on the ship and coal. I've went to the Titanic Expos a few times as well. I guess you could say I'm a big Robert Ballard fan too.

That said, I am looking forward to going "back to Titanic" this April. I hope they have a special showing starting at 11PM on April 14th, 2011. That would be lovely to go honor those lost and changed 100 years ago. One of our speciality theaters will probably do something like that. /total nerd
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For people that discussed earlier in the thread there will be 70/15 prints because IMAX Sydney that only has the 70mm projectors will be showing this movie.
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Old 03-20-2012, 10:53 AM   #59
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So anyway, because I've gone 3D-crazy, I bought a second 3D monitor for my computer, a passive LG 27 incher to complement my active shutter projector. One benefit is that I can view these trailers in Youtube in full quality SBS 3D and I have to say Titanic looks pretty decent, it's not Sammy but there is healthy degree of layering and it looks better than Star Wars in this respect.
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Old 03-21-2012, 08:29 PM   #60
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i can't stand this goddamn movie. I remember when it came out all the girls i knew wanted to f*** leo di caprio. that pissed me off too....Now to the 3d part hmmm well generallly speaking, i have yet to see an epic post conversion that stands out. post conversions are so flatttt
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