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Chicken Little in 3-D

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Quote: Originally posted by Danny Boy
I'm not a big fan of any 3D movies.  Maybe because it gives me headache.  Anyone can tell me the best 3D movie that ever been made, I would be curious to know..


you would have to travel to Florida, at Epcot and see the 3D attraction "Honey, I Shrunk The Audience" to see the best in 3D movie.
Quote: Originally posted by rob murray
Actually the original trilogy has been rumored for 2007 (30th anniversary) for a wihle


The original trilogy no longer exists.  (TIC)

I wonder what future changes we can expect for a 3D version.
Actually the original trilogy has been rumored for 2007 (30th anniversary) for a wihle
Quote: Originally posted by Ken Murray
It would be awesome if directors would do, say, a mainstream blockbuster in 3-D. I hope the plans to release the Star Wars movies in 3-D hold up, because those would look amazing in 3-D.
I second that notion!
It would be awesome if directors would do, say, a mainstream blockbuster in 3-D. I hope the plans to release the Star Wars movies in 3-D hold up, because those would look amazing in 3-D.
Quote: Originally posted by Tony DeFrancisco
If you notice, alot of the 3-D films these days are kid films.


Yeah but supposedly alot of big name directors are on board for this next gen 3-d type filming including George Lucas, Peter Jackson, and Robert Rodriguez (which is evident in Spy Kids and Shark Boy...)
Oh yeah.....didn't see either of them.  I am pretty sure the last time I saw a movie in 3D was in 1991.....Nightmare on Elm Street Part 6 (Freddy's Dead.)
Quote: Originally posted by Adrian Jones
Actually, I can't remember the last time I saw a 3D movie in theaters.
Two right off the top of my head that I remember were Shark Boy and Lava Girl and Spy Kids 3-D.
Actually, I can't remember the last time I saw a 3D movie in theaters.
If you notice, alot of the 3-D films these days are kid films.
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I'm not a big fan of any 3D movies.  Maybe because it gives me headache.  Anyone can tell me the best 3D movie that ever been made, I would be curious to know..
Chicken Little in 3-D
Anyone else seen this yet?  I was mostly impressed with the quality of the 3D presentation, except for it was a little fuzzy on some really quick motions.  I am sure that will be worked out at some point.

It is too bad that the movie just wasn't that good.  Disney has forgotten how to tell a story.

However, if you get a chance, go see the movie in 3D.  It was quiet an experience.