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Old 10-07-2011, 07:26 AM   #141
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My main beef with the movie is there's no Mjolnir popping straight out to my face.
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Old 10-07-2011, 05:16 PM   #142
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My main beef with the movie is there's no Mjolnir popping straight out to my face.
You could always buy the padded toy Mjolnir from walmart for $10 and pay someone $1 to throw it at you half way through the movie.
It would cost more but would really give you that 3D popout with amazing sensory experience. For quality like that, money should be no object.
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Old 10-07-2011, 08:01 PM   #143
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You could always buy the padded toy Mjolnir from walmart for $10 and pay someone $1 to throw it at you half way through the movie.
It would cost more but would really give you that 3D popout with amazing sensory experience. For quality like that, money should be no object.
That's a pretty good idea.
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Old 10-07-2011, 08:30 PM   #144
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You could always buy the padded toy Mjolnir from walmart for $10 and pay someone $1 to throw it at you half way through the movie.
It would cost more but would really give you that 3D popout with amazing sensory experience. For quality like that, money should be no object.
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Old 10-08-2011, 03:00 PM   #145
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You could always buy the padded toy Mjolnir from walmart for $10 and pay someone $1 to throw it at you half way through the movie.
It would cost more but would really give you that 3D popout with amazing sensory experience. For quality like that, money should be no object.
That was funny ! And since I am highly-trained to dodge on objects flying at me by REA and MBV, I should have no problem.

Seriously though, Thor is a classic example of a movie theme that could really exploit 3D pops. Just a shame. I should direct the next movie and satisfy all the popping 3D lusts in the world.
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Old 10-09-2011, 03:05 PM   #146
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That was funny ! And since I am highly-trained to dodge on objects flying at me by REA and MBV, I should have no problem.

Seriously though, Thor is a classic example of a movie theme that could really exploit 3D pops. Just a shame. I should direct the next movie and satisfy all the popping 3D lusts in the world.
Lol that would be ideal. Everyone I watch with, including myself are always looking for the actual pop out shots. I am still amazing why pop out can not be continuous rather than having a few moments of it
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Watched it last night. Really did enjoy the movie. Some scenes looked good. But the real eye candy was the credits. I got dizzy just watching the credits!
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Old 10-15-2011, 02:01 PM   #148
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Old 10-15-2011, 04:26 PM   #149
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Watched it last night. Really did enjoy the movie. Some scenes looked good. But the real eye candy was the credits. I got dizzy just watching the credits!
In3Ding. Hmm, must see what this is about.
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Old 10-15-2011, 04:36 PM   #150
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Lol that would be ideal. Everyone I watch with, including myself are always looking for the actual pop out shots. I am still amazing why pop out can not be continuous rather than having a few moments of it
Yep, I will have lots of mjolnir throwing at ya scenes, at different speeds, super slow mo, slow mo, medium, fast, and the dodge-or-die fast . And debris from the impact of the mjolnir comin at ya.
I'll throw in, pun intended, a throw where it starts slow to fast then pause at the end for people to have 5 seconds of hammer touching.

Heck, I will even have a scene where Thor'll reverse the mjolnir and say "want to try it?" and extends the handle to the audience.
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Old 10-16-2011, 04:04 PM   #151
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At least there's one towards the end of this clip.

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Old 10-24-2011, 12:11 AM   #152
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So my guess is this 3D edition Blu-ray does not come with a slip cover right?
Anyways I am thinking about ordering this 3D Blu-ray edition from Amazon.
I saw this movie in IMAX 3D.
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Old 10-24-2011, 05:47 AM   #153
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You're lucky, I couldn't find any IMAX screens near me showing it as they were locked into other contracts.
But your assumption is incorrect, the 3D one does come with a [very nice] slipcover.
Now running in 3D with the LG Cinema 3D (nominally showing 3D in 1080i per eye) 47LW6500 (up-or-down-or-side-graded from a 50" Sammy 3D Plasma) and a Benq W1080ST and a 130" screen.
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Old 10-25-2011, 08:29 PM   #154
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So my guess is this 3D edition Blu-ray does not come with a slip cover right?
It does (or at least mine from Amazon did), but it's not a lenticular. It's foil.
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Old 11-16-2011, 08:13 PM   #155
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Have decided to just get the 2D version. Read too many not so good reviews on the 3D version.
Trust No One???

I had to laugh when I saw this.....you decided to get the 2D version because of bad reviews and, then, the quote......

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Old 11-30-2011, 06:55 AM   #156
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Thank God. Thors 3D conversion was the best conversion I have ever seen. Majority of the movie was indistingishable from native 3D. There were a few moments it looked a tad flat but they were few and far inbetween. The movie was mostly pretty good. I felt it could have been better in some areas but as far as summer entairtainment goes it was definutely above average. Thor will be a great 3D Blu-Ray
Disagree...saw it in 3D IMAX and it was dreary and bore lille resemblance to how thrilling 3D can and should be. Walked out, got my $17 refund and paid $14.00 to see it in Real D 3D...the same experience for me.
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Old 12-31-2011, 02:41 AM   #157
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I had high hopes. I was so wrong. I'd take it back, but I don't want to crimp the future of 3D by doing so.

No more converted to 3D for me in the theater or to buy.
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I had high hopes. I was so wrong. I'd take it back, but I don't want to crimp the future of 3D by doing so.

No more converted to 3D for me in the theater or to buy.
Totally agree.
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Well I thought Thor was phenomenal in 3D -- and so have my friends who've come over to watch it with me. For a conversion, it looked amazing on my equipment (passive LG 55LW5600).

I am looking forward to the sequel (Thor 2) in 2013 -- as well as The Avengers (it was teased in the end credits of Thor). Let's hope they'll both be filmed in 3D.
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Old 01-01-2012, 06:33 AM   #160
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Despicable Me had a scene where the floor they were standing on came out into the room a couple feet. One rocket was next to my nose.

The action scenes in Thor were blurry and flat. No contest.

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