Im not a fan of 3D movies BUT...

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  1. playitagainfred

    playitagainfred Well-Known Member

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    my wife scored a couple of passes to a sneak of The Walk the other night. turned out to be a 3D viewing (oh great I thought). but seeing it in 3D really worked for a change. Now the first half of the movie is so-so and Robins French accent was goofy, but once the film moved to New York and the twin towers - WOW. there wasn't any of that "throw crap in your face" 3D stuff, it was all used for depth of field and some shots absolutely made your head spin. If you see it (and I cant believe I'm saying it) see it in 3D.
     
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    Gretsch Man Well-Known Member

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    Wut.
     
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    I bet that would be a good one for 3d! Thanks for suggestion. If you liked the story and want to know more about it, check out this documentary...

     
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    artful dodger Well-Known Member

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    it takes a couple minutes for my eyes to adjust to the glasses but once they do it's pretty rad. occasionally i'll pay the 15$ for imax 3d and sit back row. mad max was dope in 3d idk what movie you're talking about