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Old 02-26-2013, 02:55 PM   #81
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makes the same films in the same style over and over again.
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Piranha 2
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The Abyss
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Titanic
Ghosts of the Abyss (would love to see this in 3D)
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IMO whilst the ones closer in genre do have similar styles, they certainly aren;y close to being the same films. I'm not exactly Cameron's biggest fan, but he has had a varied career.
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Piranha 2
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T2
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Titanic
Ghosts of the Abyss (would love to see this in 3D)
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IMO whilst the ones closer in genre do have similar styles, they certainly aren;y close to being the same films. I'm not exactly Cameron's biggest fan, but he has had a varied career.
He makes big dumb action movies. There's nothing wrong with that, I just don't stan for big dumb action movies. He is very good at what he does (as is Michael Bay) and while I enjoy those kinds of films from time to time, they definitely aren't my favourite genre of films.......
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I love that in Tron the real world stuff is 2D, then as soon as you go in the system "bang" 3D.
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My favorite 3D for demo purposes is still Hugo.
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The best of the best.

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He makes big dumb action movies. There's nothing wrong with that, I just don't stan for big dumb action movies. He is very good at what he does (as is Michael Bay) and while I enjoy those kinds of films from time to time, they definitely aren't my favourite genre of films.......
My ass his movies are dumb. Comparing James Cameron to Michael Bay is like comparing Steven Spielberg to Brett Ratner. Fair enough you don't have a taste for his macho/bad-ass-women style but that doesn't make him dumb.

Anyway, best 3D in my tiny collection is Tangled, Titanic and Hugo.
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My ass his movies are dumb. Comparing James Cameron to Michael Bay is like comparing Steven Spielberg to Brett Ratner. Fair enough you don't have a taste for his macho/bad-ass-women style but that doesn't make him dumb.

Anyway, best 3D in my tiny collection is Tangled, Titanic and Hugo.
I didn't say he was dumb, I said his movies were dumb
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Resurrecting an old thread, but I'm definitely saying Titanic and Hugo. Both followed closely by House of Wax and The Amazing Spider Man.
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My favorites change frequently but right now - Sanctum kicks serious 3D a$$.
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Old 11-11-2013, 05:16 PM   #90
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The Polar Express!
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Old 11-22-2013, 05:55 PM   #91
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I really didn't like the 3D in that one. Thought it was non-existent most of the time.
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I really didn't like the 3D in that one. Thought it was non-existent most of the time.
Which one?
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Old 11-22-2013, 07:06 PM   #93
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It's a tie between Jurassic Park and Pacific Rim.
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Instead of rehashing the same titles already mentioned.... I'm going to give some love to Legend of the Guardians Owls of Gahoole. Having to "screen" kid title after kid title to see if they are appropriate for my kids at their age, I'd have to say this one surprised me a lot. Despite it probably being a tad too scary for my kids to watch at least for another year or two, I came away extremely impressed both story and 3D presentation wise.
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Hell to the yeah!! Just watched it on 3D on my 120" projector screen. I was there, now where is Godzilla in 3D
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