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Old 11-25-2012, 11:18 AM   #301
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So I am hearing mixed things about the films 3D conversion some seem to really like it while others seem to say its kind of average. The blu is on sale for $15 so I assume its at least worth that. I guess with this one I will just have to see for myself to find that out
The ones who say they like it are just covering up their own guilt for falling for the hype and purchasing the dung in the first place......

It's crap don't buy it, unless you want the film itself in the new aspect ratio, the 3D is WOEFUL....
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Old 11-26-2012, 08:57 PM   #302
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Im perfectly happy with my copy of I, Robot 3d. Ive watched it 3 times already in search of the issues so many people claim this movie has. I have not experienced any issues whatsoever. There is decent depth throughout and not a hint of ghosting anywhere. I dont particularly like the aspect change to 1:78:1, because i prefer the directors intended aspect, but in this case i dont think they cut out too much. I noticed a bit gone from the sides, but more picture added on the top and bottom. I bought I robot 3d based on the 3d preview i saw on my 3d copy of Abe Lincoln Vampire Hunter.
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Old 11-26-2012, 09:08 PM   #303
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I have a 3D sampler disc with 2 clips from I, Robot 3D on (Got it free when I went to get MvA from HMV) and after watching them, I was quickly turned off by the lack of 3D in the first clip (The one where
[Show spoiler]what I think is the robot, Sonny, escaping from a lab
). If I had to choose between this and Tron Legacy (Not a fair comparison pitting a native versues a conversion, but they both seem to have a similair approach to the 3D use), I'd pick the latter.


Might pick up the original release since the actual movie clips piqued my interest. Just not the 3D in them.
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Old 11-26-2012, 10:17 PM   #304
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The ones who say they like it are just covering up their own guilt for falling for the hype and purchasing the dung in the first place......

It's crap don't buy it, unless you want the film itself in the new aspect ratio, the 3D is WOEFUL....
agreed, this is a poor conversion FACT. If people want any further evidence before buying check out the "industry" reviews.
I cant comment on why people like it, personally I just dont get it.
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Old 03-06-2013, 02:31 PM   #305
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I gave this a re-watch last night, and I must say I was a little more pleased this time around.

Perhaps it's because I knew what to expect this time and my expectations were not out the roof - it's exciting when you hear a back catalog movie is getting a 3D release, I think it's easy to say you're not going to go in expecting much yet your bar will always be high, even if you deny it - we watch 3D because we like 3D and what do you want from a 3D movie? Lot's of 3D!

So I popped it in excited to watch the movie, having seen the film a first time and already having an opinionated judgement of the conversion, I paid more attention to the actual film this time around and found myself oddly... comfortable..? May be the word I'm looking for? Comfortable with the conversion quality. There are some undeniable mistakes, and the depth tends to stay at a min, but I accept this for what it is, a hell of a great job given the team size and project time, and have came to the following conclusion - I hope FOX keeps their chips on the table and rides this hand out, a couple tweaks here and there and I think they could have a good thing on their hands. It will always be debatable with the GP - some will always say this is a terrible waste, but I hope a few can look past into the process it took to make this conversion happen, the intense labor behind something like this, and the logistics of it.

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Old 03-12-2013, 02:17 AM   #306
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Fox Connect just sent me my canceled order of the i,Robot head last week (my parent's house). I skimmed through my credit card statements and did not make a purchase for it, as it is supposed to be charged once they sent the package. I can't see the package but my parents said there's a tag on the box saying do not sale until Dec. 26th '12. And I had a call from Fox Connect (CA)... Time to check out this mystery of why they sent me a free copy by mistake.

Have to thoroughly check my bank statements and the calls/email I got from them.

EDIT: Looks like I did receive the email and a voice mail message asking me to send it back :/ Just have to print out the label and ship it back to them.. No charge of course.

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Old 03-17-2013, 08:19 AM   #307
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Took pictures of the I, robot head - it's pretty huge. Have to send it back though :/ I'll have it uploaded soon

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Old 06-14-2013, 07:37 PM   #308
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After re-watching this , I am also more happy with this.

When your expectations are low, its much better.Also its a good movie.
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Old 06-14-2013, 11:31 PM   #309
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I really liked the 3D in I Robot. I thought the 3D really lent itself well to the futuristic look of the movie and made the movie more immersive.
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Old 06-21-2013, 08:50 AM   #310
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Lol, "Must See 3D"??? Sorry Fox...No

http://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Promet...Blu-ray/76085/

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Old 06-21-2013, 10:18 AM   #311
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lol "must see"
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Old 06-21-2013, 07:17 PM   #312
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Fox - You must see how bad the 3D in this is..
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Old 09-02-2013, 03:37 AM   #313
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I just put 41 of 250 up on the auction block if anyone is interested. It will be kind of sad to see it go, but I have a Disneyland vacation to pay for. :-(

http://www.ebay.com/itm/I-ROBOT-2012...item35cb627781
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Old 09-03-2013, 02:09 AM   #314
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Old 04-04-2015, 06:58 PM   #315
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Anybody looking to sell theirs? I'm late to the party, but would like one if anyone wants to sell. Thanks!
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Old 04-04-2015, 07:22 PM   #316
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I wonder if they'd ever make a sequel with Will Smith for an I Robot 2, with all new ideas?

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Lol, "Must See 3D"??? Sorry Fox...No

http://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Promet...Blu-ray/76085/
I Robot, definitely not "must see" in 3D, agreed. 90% weak 3D, great movie though.

Abe Lincoln Vampire Hunter's 3D was decent, mild to medium 3D.
Prometheus was very good for 3D, a mix of mild, medium and some almost strong 3D.
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Wondering if IRobot 3D is worth buying for $9.99? I have the original 2D Blu-ray version and didn't buy the 3D because of bad reviews. I read through the entire thread and it seems like few liked it though.

Wondering if anyone watched this recently on a newer 3D TV especially on a LG Oled and can comment on the 3D? I have been re-watching some of my older 3D collection movies that was just okay in 3D but on my new Oled TV... it's been a great experience.
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Old 11-07-2017, 04:27 PM   #318
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I have been looking for I Robot in 3D. cant find it. Never saw it in 3D.
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Old 11-07-2017, 05:01 PM   #319
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Wondering if IRobot 3D is worth buying for $9.99? I have the original 2D Blu-ray version and didn't buy the 3D because of bad reviews. I read through the entire thread and it seems like few liked it though.

Wondering if anyone watched this recently on a newer 3D TV especially on a LG Oled and can comment on the 3D? I have been re-watching some of my older 3D collection movies that was just okay in 3D but on my new Oled TV... it's been a great experience.
Its really a bad 3D presentation. Not noisy or loaded with artifacts but just plain old weak 3D. It looks flat mostly. And they screwed up the aspect ratio and used 1.78:1 versus the original 2.40:1 so that screws it up even more.

I also have the 65" E6 OLED and the 3D on it is amazing - best EVER for home use. But this movie is NOT worth it. Read reviews, they'll confirm it. Great movie - bad 3D though.
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Wondering if IRobot 3D is worth buying for $9.99? I have the original 2D Blu-ray version and didn't buy the 3D because of bad reviews. I read through the entire thread and it seems like few liked it though.

Wondering if anyone watched this recently on a newer 3D TV especially on a LG Oled and can comment on the 3D? I have been re-watching some of my older 3D collection movies that was just okay in 3D but on my new Oled TV... it's been a great experience.
If you find that you get enjoyment watching 3D movies of a similar strength such as Prometheus, Amazing Spiderman, Underworld: Awakening, Boxtrolls, and Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, perhaps you will enjoy IRobot on your TV.
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