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Old 05-05-2009, 03:15 PM
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Never saw it in Theaters but will pick up on Blu-ray.
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Peter mentioned in his review of the gimicky 3-D. I couldn't agree with him more. Monsters vs Aliens is the first movie in 'true 3-D', no pun intended. It looked great at the IMAX, I can't wait to see how it'll look on Blu-Ray!
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it will be $24 at Walmart as all new lionsgate movies are
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Peter mentioned in his review of the gimicky 3-D. I couldn't agree with him more. Monsters vs Aliens is the first movie in 'true 3-D', no pun intended. It looked great at the IMAX, I can't wait to see how it'll look on Blu-Ray!
And MVA is different how? Both are polarized films that throw countless objects into the audience which is a gimick. And the bluray of MVA will have a great 2D pic and the same red/blue novelty 3D version since a prper 3D system is not in the cards yet.o
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I am kinda bummed that its only Red and Blue but I really didnt think would be that enjoyable if i saw it in 2-D. Def not the best horror remake since Texas Chainsaw Massacre either.
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For me, the first "+Ru3 3D m0Vi3" as of late, would be Coraline. Then U23D.

The 3-D in Coraline helps telling the story and in U23D is pivotal for the whole concept of being there.

This was good 3-D, but as with MvsA, is pure gimmick. Not shure if I should get it though, even the 3-D was fun as it was. Been watching House of the 1000 corpses and Devil's Rejects like a maniac this past month, dunno why haha
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And MVA is different how? Both are polarized films that throw countless objects into the audience which is a gimick. And the bluray of MVA will have a great 2D pic and the same red/blue novelty 3D version since a prper 3D system is not in the cards yet.o
MVA is different in that its 3-D is not gimicky; the entire movie is in 3-D at all times. Whereas in MBV, there are scenes that are 2-D or flat. With MVA, all the scenes are in 3-D. At the IMAX I was given a pair of 3-D glasses, but these were not your typical red/blue glasses you normally wear. They were bulky, to say the least, but looked more like sunglasses than anything else. In Tru 3-D gives you an entirely new dimension to watch a movie in, depth. You can actually see 'distance' as you do in real life. It's hard to explain, you have to go see it In Tru 3-D.
As far as the picture quality of the 2-D version, I am sure it will look fantastic. But I have absolutely no desire to see it. I will only watch the In Tru 3-D version.
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I quote from the review: "Recent redos like David Cronenberg's 'The Fly' and John Carpenter's 'The Thing' are good examples..." The films are 23 and 27 years old respectively, is that really recent?
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I quote from the review: "Recent redos like David Cronenberg's 'The Fly' and John Carpenter's 'The Thing' are good examples..." The films are 23 and 27 years old respectively, is that really recent?
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I am kinda bummed that its only Red and Blue but I really didnt think would be that enjoyable if i saw it in 2-D. Def not the best horror remake since Texas Chainsaw Massacre either.
I really liked Halloween. Although i think i'm alone there...
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This movie was great, and Halloween was good too minus the first 15 minutes of swearing. Dont get me wrong I love the bad words but not when you over do it to the point where you focus more on the language then the story.
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