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Old 08-18-10, 06:17 AM
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Movies that need to go 3-D

1.Saving Private Ryan: D-Day will never look the same again!
2.Requiem for a dream: Ass to Ass. Nuff said
3. Schindler's list: Add in smell o vision and we've got an instant hit!
4.Battlefield Earth: Even though the movie bombed, re-release it in 3-d and people will flock to see this underrated classic!

What other movies need to be in 3-d?
Old 08-18-10, 07:06 AM
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Re: Movies that need to go 3-D

Beverly Hills Chihuahua
Bratz
G-Force
Tinker Bell
Santa Paws
Spy Kids

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Extreme Bukakke 5
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Re: Movies that need to go 3-D

Originally Posted by TallGuyMe
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I was just gonna say prons.. but I'm unsure I'd enjoy this title in 3d..
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Originally Posted by iNCREDiPiNOY
Beverly Hills Chihuahua
Bratz
G-Force
Tinker Bell
Santa Paws
Spy Kids
One of your dreams did come true!

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Re: Movies that need to go 3-D

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3. Schindler's list: Add in smell o vision and we've got an instant hit!
That's in extremely poor taste--even for this board.
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That's in extremely poor taste--even for this board.
You should be asking what's in poor taste to james cameron (titanic 3-d)
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Re: Movies that need to go 3-D

"Movies that need to go 3-D"

I agree, all 3-D movies need to go!
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11 posts until Good Burger is mentioned?
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Re: Movies that need to go 3-D

Originally Posted by mhg83
You should be asking what's in poor taste to james cameron (titanic 3-d)
He wasn't mentioned in your original post or I would have.
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Re: Movies that need to go 3-D

Hot Tub Time Machine.

I think it would be awesome if it was the crappy, cheesy red and blue glasses 3D.
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Originally Posted by TallGuyMe
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I agree...the first four films were just boring and the movies didn't go anywhere. They all had the same plot: "Next? squirt. Next? squirt. Next? squirt. Next? squirt..." The fifth one steps it up with better writing, more action, and better cinematography.
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This may be the worst thread I've ever read at DVD Talk...
Old 08-18-10, 02:09 PM
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Re: Movies that need to go 3-D

Originally Posted by Anubis2005X
This may be the worst thread I've ever read at DVD Talk...
Put on your 3D glasses, and it's a lot better.
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Re: Movies that need to go 3-D

All the movies below need to be "Natural" 3D, not junk always thrown at you.

The next Batman movie - Action, driving the batcar right at you, Batcave in 3D...

Avengers - IronMans beams, Hulk jumping off the screen, Arrows flying, Wasp, Captain America's sheild...

Superman - Big battle against Darkseid, Superman would have to let everything loose to save the world. Buildings fall, fire, rocks...Superman/Darkseid punching/flying/falling all over the place.

John Carter of Mars

Now those movies are made for 3D!!!!!!!!!
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Re: Movies that need to go 3-D

just the last scene in Boogie Nights.
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Sex and the City 1 & 2
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Re: Movies that need to go 3-D

Originally Posted by mhg83
1.Saving Private Ryan: D-Day will never look the same again!
2.Requiem for a dream: Ass to Ass. Nuff said
3. Schindler's list: Add in smell o vision and we've got an instant hit!
4.Battlefield Earth: Even though the movie bombed, re-release it in 3-d and people will flock to see this underrated classic!

What other movies need to be in 3-d?
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Precious in digital 3-D. That's what I'm talking about.

Good Burger.

Roger Corman's Fantastic Four.

The Star Wars Holiday Special.

My Dinner With Andre.
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Re: Movies that need to go 3-D

Originally Posted by calhoun07
My Dinner With Andre.
Yep, this is the most obvious candidate, but only if it involves IMAX.
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Re: Movies that need to go 3-D

Originally Posted by DVD Guy ATL
Yep, this is the most obvious candidate, but only if it involves IMAX.
I'll see your IMAX, and raise you D-Box seats
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Re: Movies that need to go 3-D

Originally Posted by Iron_Giant
Superman
Back when it first came out I read an article about the movie and Richard Donner said they did some early tests in 3D. The biggest problem (and one that still exists) is when a full body is pushed towards an audience, it will appear smaller the further it moves from the screen. They didn't want a small Superman flying around the theater.

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