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Old 01-11-2019, 01:49 PM   #1141
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Not by anyone's standards, most certainly not. The two 3-D films in the boxset are absolute must-haves in any 3D collection.
I disagree. The 3D must-haves on this genre/era are:

The Maze
Kiss Me Kate
Dial M for Murder
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Old 01-11-2019, 02:21 PM   #1142
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I disagree. The 3D must-haves on this genre/era are:

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I disagree. All Golden Age 3-D titles are must-haves.
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Old 01-11-2019, 02:47 PM   #1143
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I disagree. The 3D must-haves on this genre/era are:

The Maze
Kiss Me Kate
Dial M for Murder

That's okay, those are good choices also.

The Creature movies have that great underwater photography, which is much to its advantage in 3-D, plus you have one of the iconic movie monsters, so to my mind you really can't go wrong.
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Old 01-11-2019, 02:50 PM   #1144
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That's okay, those are good choices also.

The Creature movies have that great underwater photography, which is much to its advantage in 3D, plus you have one of the iconic movie monsters, so to my mind you really can't go wrong.
A friend of mine has this movie in 3D and he told me that even when he takes his 3D glasses off the image looks like it would in 2D. That is why I am concerned. Usually image looking 2D-ish without 3D glasses is a sign that 3D is weak
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Old 01-11-2019, 02:59 PM   #1145
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I disagree. All Golden Age 3-D titles are must-haves.
I think I have 10 or so, and I certainly haven't been disappointed by any of them.
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A friend of mine has this movie in 3D and he told me that even when he takes his 3D glasses off the image looks like it would in 2D.
With all due respect, I think your friend is mistaken.
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A friend of mine has this movie in 3D and he told me that even when he takes his 3D glasses off the image looks like it would in 2D. That is why I am concerned. Usually image looking 2D-ish without 3D glasses is a sign that 3D is weak
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With all due respect, I think your friend is mistaken.
Someone with a background in this area might explain the parallax perception vs depth importance. Perhaps a comment from someone like bavanut, who has analyzed variable viewpoint angles in The Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet 3D? IMO, keen perception talent.
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A friend of mine has this movie in 3D and he told me that even when he takes his 3D glasses off the image looks like it would in 2D. That is why I am concerned. Usually image looking 2D-ish without 3D glasses is a sign that 3D is weak
No way is the 3D weak in this film.

It does have a lot of depth-only shots, particularly early on, but there are also plentiful pop-outs and the underwater scenes are among the most immersive (no pun intended) I've ever seen in a live-action 3D movie.
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Old 01-11-2019, 04:34 PM   #1149
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No way is the 3D weak in this film.

It does have a lot of depth-only shots, particularly early on, but there are also plentiful pop-outs and the underwater scenes are among the most immersive (no pun intended) I've ever seen in a live-action 3D movie.
So when you take your 3D glasses off while playing this movie you see a lot of crosstalk/ghosting typical of 3D viewed without 3D glasses on?
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Old 01-11-2019, 07:42 PM   #1150
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So when you take your 3D glasses off while playing this movie you see a lot of crosstalk/ghosting typical of 3D viewed without 3D glasses on?
I haven't got the set yet, but I bet you will. Double image.
Side note, at a recent viewing of Aquaman 3D, there was a guy watching without glasses. Maybe his eyes were so bad he couldn't tell the difference. Or he had polarized contact lenses.
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Old 01-11-2019, 08:06 PM   #1151
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So when you take your 3D glasses off while playing this movie you see a lot of crosstalk/ghosting typical of 3D viewed without 3D glasses on?
Yes, the stronger the 3D in the scene, the more double imaging you get when watching without glasses.
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Old 01-11-2019, 08:22 PM   #1152
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A friend of mine has this movie in 3D and he told me that even when he takes his 3D glasses off the image looks like it would in 2D. That is why I am concerned. Usually image looking 2D-ish without 3D glasses is a sign that 3D is weak
I'm showing my age but I recall an article here in New York from when Roger Moore was filming scenes here for "Live and Let Die." A woman approached him and said "You're even more handsome in person than you are on TV!" To which Moore replied, "Madam, your set must need adjusting."

This is what you need to tell your friend... if not in the exact same wording...
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Old 01-11-2019, 08:27 PM   #1153
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maybe he launched the movie in 2D instead of 3D
my disc of the first creature movie does both 3D and 2D, and by default it's set to 2D, i have to click on "3D" before launching the movie
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In looking at the 2 3D "legacy" collections available, has anyone here had the opportunity to do a detailed comparison? We know that the Universal version now has a corrected non-SBS version of "Revenge" but what about the German Koch version? They made it so if one selects 2D, one gets the eye that hasn't been DNR overprocessed but in 3D one still gets that cr*p in one eye. My big question is: has dividing it into 3 discs done anything to improve image quality in "Revenge", such as maybe a higher bit rate?
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What I don't get is why would anyone want to watch Revenge Of The Creature in 2D anyway?
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