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Old 12-11-2012, 08:07 AM   #41
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I 100% agree. I can't think of a single converted title that "knocks your socks off" versus a natively shot film.
Hell, I remember people were dogging a film called A Dolphins Tale because it didn't have strong 3D with all kinds of pop out scenes. But IMO, it' s still better than any conversion I've seen.
By the way, a good movie too, just because I'm a sucker for family, feel good animal movies with heart.
I actually like Titanic and Men In Black 3 more than about any native 3D film out there.

For the latter, the director made the interesting argument that he chose to convert vs. using 3D cameras because he had more control over just how much everything popped out or sunk back. It looked phenomenal at any rate!
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Old 12-12-2012, 07:34 PM   #42
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I 100% agree. I can't think of a single converted title that "knocks your socks off" versus a natively shot film.
Sorry have to disagree with you....if you saw Wrath, JC or AbrahamL you will see 3D there is a lot lot better than native crap like Underworld.
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Old 12-12-2012, 08:19 PM   #43
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I feel exactly the same.

In the beginning I thought 3D was crap.

Then I got an LG Cinema Display 3D Set and I actually love 3D at home much more than in most movie theaters.

I also thought converted 3D was crap. But then came Titanic, Avengers, etc. Which are way better than a lot of movies shot in 3D.


An interesting thought I had last night is how important is the studio/technical crew important in 3D.

Most of the amazing 3D movies I own/watched are from 20th century fox.
I guess Cameron was able to help other director's of the Studio in that regard.

PS : I finally bought and Watch Avatar in 3D Yesterday, and it's sooo amazing. A whole different movie for me. I even thought that they should forbid selling it in 2D
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