10 Movies That Should Be 3D Comments - Mania.com


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lazerman 11/3/2009 12:50:24 AM

Like the list, hate the commentary . . Sorry guys, did you WATCH the JJ ABRAMS Star Trek Film?? Kirk and Spock fought ROMULANS not frakin Klingons. .  man, credibility for this article went DOWN the tubes with that misstep.

And no STAR WARS Original trilogy? talk about depth of vision!! how about screaming down the Death Star Trench in 3 D?? that would be awesome, light sabers swinging over your head . . love it! But nope. . not on this list . . lame!  


Just my 2 cents.


karas1 11/3/2009 3:55:47 AM

The phrase is special effects, not affects.  Effects is the noun and affects is a verb.  Seeing people butcher the English language affects me badly.

Star Trek is a no brainer.  That's the problem.  No brains were used when making the thing and using your brain when watching it would ruin the expereince for you.

Most of the films on your list are great the way they are.  I don't think they need 3D trickery to make them better.  I find 3D FX more of a distraction than an enhansement to a film.  Until they can create the effect without those uncomfortable glasses I think I'll just watch them in old fashioned 2D.

Kara S

Wiseguy 11/3/2009 4:23:41 AM

karas, you mean enhancement. Enhancement is the verb, enhasement is not a word :)

Wiseguy 11/3/2009 4:28:48 AM

Well there is a rumor that the LOTR trilogy is going to be converted to 3D and hopefully a lot of other films will follow.

With the success of the Toy Story films conversion to 3D I think studios found another way to double dip without the expense of a remake. I'm all for it, I love 3D

BTW, Karas, there are designer 3D glasses coming out soon. That way we can all buy a pair and not worry about getting some second hand set with someone's sweat dried up on it and you can get a set that you find comfortable too


EagleManiac 11/3/2009 5:39:24 AM

Alien is such an incredible movie! Even today, with all the sequels, and a soon to be made prequel, none of them, not even James Cameron's brilliantl Aiens holds up as well as the original! It's truly a masterpiece of the horror/sci-fi genre, and has no equal! I love that movie and it will always reside on my list of all-time favorite films!

Flint521466 11/3/2009 5:55:42 AM

I always liked "Strange Days".  Very underrated movie. 

DarthDuck 11/3/2009 6:46:18 AM

There are also more than a few rumors flying round that the classic trilogy and perhaps even the whole Star Wars saga are on their way back tot he big screen in 3-D.

I know it seems like its here to stay but I'm still not sold on 3-D as the new cinema.  I know theaters and studio love it since it's an experience you can't get at home but it didn't last in the 50's and it didn't last in the 80's, so we'll see.

But the technology is miles ahead of where it was before.  I'm probably like the guy that thought those 'new talking pictures' were 'just a fad'.

Boombatty 11/3/2009 7:02:58 AM

Two words for you:


Anyone disagree?


EagleManiac 11/3/2009 7:36:59 AM

Boombatty: Starship Troopers, as a whole, pretty much sucked, IMO, but I really did like the fort scene where they are over-run with literally thousands of "bugs". I was hoping for more of that, and less "drama". That scene would kicks ass, though, in 3D!

Wiseguy 11/3/2009 8:05:42 AM

I'm down Boombatty. I loved ST, Verhoeven's action and satirical mix always does the trick

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