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PostPosted: Mon Aug 30, 2010 10:46 am 
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Saw this yesterday, it was broadcasted on TV as one time only event in 3D, watchable with red/blueglasses:
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WB should realy put this out on dvd as a special edition with the 3D version. And not this new 3D thing, but the original with the red/blueglasses

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Saw this yesterday, it was broadcasted on TV as one time only event in 3D, watchable with red/blueglasses:
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WB should realy put this out on dvd as a special edition with the 3D version. And not this new 3D thing, but the original with the red/blueglasses

The quality was not exactly astonishing, i can imagine that the new system works much better. U had of course a nice illusion of 3D but all elements of the scene themselves appeared more flat, for example a lamp in the foreground. It always looked as it was cut out from a sheet of paper and then placed inside the threedimensional scene. U also had often a kind of distortion with "ghosts" caused by double shapelines. Don't know if my glasses were to bad or what was the reason. After dial M they also broadcasted creature from the black lagoon (by Jack Arnold). It was really a headache causing nightmare to watch compared to the Hitchcock-movie: multiple shapes all the time and hardly an illusion of 3D.
Maybe classical 3D-movies are already available to buy, i once got my red-blue-glasses from a video rental shop.

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The ghost problem is frequent when the red/blue (anaglyph) glasses method is used. Current 3D market uses the polarization method.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/3-D_film

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3D may be the next big thing, but it isn't going to include me. 3D doesn't work for me at all. On Kiss' 3D world tour I saw the "illusion", but I'm not going to have a huge screen in my living room and be 90 rows back.

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3D does not interest me att all. I'm only interested in Dial M For Murder with it's red/blue glasses for historical reasons.

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"The Other Guys" stupid but funny, I was surprised at how often I laughed and there were alot of little zingers too.


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Hitchcock's Foreign Correspondent. Teehee... He got some English people to speak Dutch, which is very funny.

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calvin2hikers wrote:
3D may be the next big thing, but it isn't going to include me. 3D doesn't work for me at all. On Kiss' 3D world tour I saw the "illusion", but I'm not going to have a huge screen in my living room and be 90 rows back.

So, you won't be buying the new re-re-re-release of the Star Wars movies, reprocessed into 3D?
Thought for sure you would be first in line.

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calvin2hikers wrote:
3D may be the next big thing, but it isn't going to include me. 3D doesn't work for me at all. On Kiss' 3D world tour I saw the "illusion", but I'm not going to have a huge screen in my living room and be 90 rows back.

So, you won't be buying the new re-re-re-release of the Star Wars movies, reprocessed into 3D?
Thought for sure you would be first in line.


No, I'm waiting for Lucasfilms Brain Implantation in 7 years. One movie added every 2 years!

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The Three Worlds of Gulliver

This is one of those classics, I used to watch this every time it was on when I was a kid.
Ray Harryhausen is amazing. I highly recommend this DVD for anyone.


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No good movies but I saw a real bad one this weekend. "Killers" with Ashton Kutcher and the actress from Knocked Up (Kristine Heigel I think). Knowing it was an Ashton Kutcher vehicle I knew it would suck but my son wanted to watch it. Well it did not dissapoint - It REALLY SUCKED!


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We also have a Worst Movies topic on this board somewhere. Speaking of which, I have something to add for that, so I'll bump it again!

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We also have a Worst Movies topic on this board somewhere. Speaking of which, I have something to add for that, so I'll bump it again!

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Jackass 3-D...had some great moments even the not so great moments were at least amusing. :mrgreen:

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Jackass 3-D...had some great moments even the not so great moments were at least amusing. :mrgreen:


Is it a movie ? I saw some episodes of Jackass on MTV over here and found it very funny - especially my son is delighted with this kind of leisure-time activities.

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Jackass 3-D...had some great moments even the not so great moments were at least amusing. :mrgreen:


Is it a movie ? I saw some episodes of Jackass on MTV over here and found it very funny - especially my son is delighted with this kind of leisure-time activities.

It's a movie. Just out at the theatres. "Jackass, the Movie" and "Jackass 2" are out on DVD.

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Thanks Doug. I hope it's available in my fatherland as well. Have to check it out.

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Secratariet was good, the old formula but I like flashing back to the 70's, those were some good days... 8)


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The Three Worlds of Gulliver

This is one of those classics, I used to watch this every time it was on when I was a kid.
Ray Harryhausen is amazing. I highly recommend this DVD for anyone.


I'm sure the remake with Jack Black will be AAAAWWWWEEESOME!!!

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