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Old 08-02-2012, 08:25 AM   #1
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Sorry for creating this thread so soon but considering that Disney has moved up Monsters Inc's 3d re-release date from January 18 to Dec. 19 that probably means that the 3d blu-ray will come out sometime in March. Since the amount of time from Finding Nemo's 3d Re-Release is 3 months that probably means that so is Monsters Inc's

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Old 08-02-2012, 03:46 PM   #3
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Why did you link your post from the other forum?

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Sorry for creating this thread so soon but considering that Disney has moved up Monsters Inc's 3d re-release date from January 18 to Dec. 19 that probably means that the 3d blu-ray will come out sometime in March. Since the amount of time from Finding Nemo's 3d Re-Release is 3 months that probably means that so is Monsters Inc's
I hope you're right! I haven't upgraded my Monsters, Inc. dvd yet for this reason.
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Old 08-03-2012, 02:48 AM   #4
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Would happen to know if the up coming Monsters Inc 3D will contain a 2d bluray version?
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I really am excited about Nemo and Monsters.

Not to thread jack or be a wisenheimer, but is Disney going to give the 3D treatment to Cars 1, Walle, The Incredibles, Princess and the Frog, Pocahontits, Mulan, Mary Poppins and Cinderella? I hope so.

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I really am excited about Nemo and Monsters.

Not be thread jack or be a wisenheimer, but is Disney going to give the 3D treatment to Cars 1, Walle, The Incredibles, Princess and the Frog, Pocahontits, Mulan, Mary Poppins and Cinderella? I hope so.
The ones that are already re-renderable computerized data files at Pixar? Probably.

The already-filmed ink-and-paint/flesh-and-blood ones? Less likely.
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Don't think my wife would let me watch that one. 3D or not.
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Don't think my wife would let me watch that one. 3D or not.
Ahaha I didn't see that.
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Old 08-03-2012, 11:02 AM   #9
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I really am excited about Nemo and Monsters.

Not to thread jack or be a wisenheimer, but is Disney going to give the 3D treatment to Cars 1, Walle, The Incredibles, Princess and the Frog, Pocahontits, Mulan, Mary Poppins and Cinderella? I hope so.
Mary Poppins and Cinderella cant be done nether were made digitally
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They redid lion King and beauty and the beast, weren't those hand drawn as well?
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They redid lion King and beauty and the beast, weren't those hand drawn as well?
I am confident that ANY movie can be converted to 3D if the budget for the task is made available. But, of course, we certainly do not need EVERY film to be converted.

The Lion King looked stunning in 3D. So was Beauty and the Beast. Weren't they both "hand drawn?"

As for Mary Poppins - being primarily live action - perhaps it's best that it be enjoyed as is in all its 2D glory. I just felt that it could be an eye-popper in 3D.

Disney sure seems to be spearheading 3D, just as it did as a strong supporter of Blu-ray when it was first introduced.

I am thrilled that we have many more 3D experiences to look forward to including Monsters, Inc. and Finding Nemo.
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Old 08-03-2012, 02:00 PM   #12
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Would happen to know if the up coming Monsters Inc 3D will contain a 2d bluray version?
As of now, Disney has not released a 3d only version yet, hopefully they dont start.
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Wall-E would be gold. I want Wall-E 3D. This I would buy brand new for the markup price.

Mary Poppins? Maybe if Disney paid me I'd watch it.

I can appreciate Disney rendering a second perspective on their past computer animated films and releasing them in true stereoscopic 3D, all have been pleasant to look at so far and it's great having more content.

Having said that, anybody else notice that they hardly, HARDLY if not never utilize any negative parallax? Again, it's a true 3D perspective and that's nice for sure, but the depth is usually very simple, not deep at all.
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Thanks, heard a nasty rumor about studios getting greedy. Hope your right.
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The ones that are already re-renderable computerized data files at Pixar? Probably.

The already-filmed ink-and-paint/flesh-and-blood ones? Less likely.
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They redid lion King and beauty and the beast, weren't those hand drawn as well?
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I am confident that ANY movie can be converted to 3D if the budget for the task is made available. But, of course, we certainly do not need EVERY film to be converted.

The Lion King looked stunning in 3D. So was Beauty and the Beast. Weren't they both "hand drawn?"

Disney sure seems to be spearheading 3D, just as it did as a strong supporter of Blu-ray when it was first introduced.
Yes, Disney and IMax fully support 3D with a big list of titles. Dreamworks and some others starting to follow.
I'd like to see Alladin 3D. And Rescuers Down Under (least likely since it was just released on blu ray).

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Wall-E would be gold. I want Wall-E 3D. This I would buy brand new for the markup price.

Having said that, anybody else notice that they hardly, HARDLY if not never utilize any negative parallax? Again, it's a true 3D perspective and that's nice for sure, but the depth is usually very simple, not deep at all.
The new Wreck It Harry movie about video games had good 3D, but I agree, Disney needs to take more chances and set their 3D virtual cameras farther apart for stronger 3D.
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Personally, I don't feel that ANY movie that was envisioned as a 2D movie can ever achieve true greatness in 3D.

The problem is that you think about the movie and depth differently in the shooting, so camera angles, foreground, background and action all interact differently in the world of the movie.

I'll buy the Pixar 3D revamps, but I don't expect to impressed with them as much as, say, Brave, which was made with 3D in mind.
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They redid lion King and beauty and the beast, weren't those hand drawn as well?
yes but they were CAPS films witch mean's they were colored digitally
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The new Wreck It Harry movie about video games had good 3D, but I agree, Disney needs to take more chances and set their 3D virtual cameras farther apart for stronger 3D.
it's actually called Wreck It Ralph :P
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anyway the 90s disney animated films didn't use cels
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