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Old 11-01-2012, 05:06 AM   #241
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I hate to say it, but it kept putting me to sleep. I still dont know what happened.
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Old 11-01-2012, 09:52 AM   #242
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Me too. I didn't make it past the halfway mark.
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Old 11-28-2012, 06:24 PM   #243
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Originally Posted by levcore View Post
I really think this is one of the most enjoyable movies on 2011. I saw it in 3D at the cinema but had only really watched the 2D blu since buying it. Last week i decided to sit through the whole thing in 3D and whilst i agree with a lot of people that it doesn't immediately grab you as really spectacular 3D, it becomes incredibly immersive and after the first few mins you are really sucked into this world. Fantastic film and great 3D.
I think Spielberg's work in the film is exceptionally strong, which is saying something. People who say he can't make movies like he did in the 80's should really check this out, because the trademark choreography and staging ambition of films like Raiders and Temple of Doom are all here, in spades. It is a young adult movie, directed by a master -- it's like watching a Hardy Boys movie directed by Michael Curtiz and Orson Welles.

It's so much fun -- the first act is a bit quiet, a slow build orienting you as to the look of the film and the characters. Once TinTin and Haddock meet, it's a full-throttle romp.

Just received the 3-D version on Blu today. Will be checking it out this week. A great family film, a smash around the world, but audiences ignored it in the U.S., unfairly. Check it out.
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Old 12-26-2012, 04:33 PM   #244
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Me too. I didn't make it past the halfway mark.
Felt the exact same way when I watched it in theatres. When watching it again on blu, I expected it that time therefore enjoyed it a tinsy bit better than the first time. Either way, I too had trouble keeping myself awake. It literally put my kids to sleep while it nearly knocked me out.

Anyway for Canadians, it's $15.00 at Wal-Mart for the 3D combo pack. Kinda bites me since I payed $22 on release day for the 2D blu-ray. And the cover looks grand.
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