3D DVDs

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  1. amavadia

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    Does anyone know of any good movies that have been released in 3D?

    All I can find is shrek and trash like "Zombie Chronicles"

    Are there any big films out there?
     
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    The only ones I know of, apart from the ones mentioned, are 'Spy Kids 3-D' and 'Shark Boy and Lava Girl', both by robert rodriguez. I've got Spy Kids 3-D and I have to admit, even on a 32" tv, the 3-D was infinitely better than the Shrek 3-D disk. Oh, and the film was a hoot as well - who'd have though Stallone could actually be amusing! Not seen the other one so can't comment.

    Hope this helps,

    Mark
     
  3. amavadia

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    lol, spy kids and shark boy + lava girl isnt really the genre i was looking for.

    any more mature titles you know of?
     
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    Tried the Citizen Cane special 3D edition?
     
  5. Marc

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    There's an apparently awful horror movie called "the park" with some 3d sequences. i have it on dvd but not got around to watching it yet..

    there's also a 3d sequence in a nightmare on elm st part 6 (region 1 version)

    there's also an imax dvd named "encounter in the 3rd dimension" which is more of a series of tech demonstrations, but it's fun nonetheless
     
  6. amavadia

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    I think i will have a look at a couple of imax presentations, there seems to be a few in 3d
     
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    i think they do a few which require shutter glasses, they're supposed to be much better than the normal red/blue ones
     
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    wasnt jaws 3 shot in 3d. cant remember it was so long ago but u had to have them glasses to watch it.
     
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    James Cameron's IMAX 3D documentary about the Titanic (think its called Ghosts of the Titanic) is in 3D on the Japanese DVD. I have it and its not bad. gnerally though I don't think that 3D on TVs is any good!
     
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    hmm, would rather an english version.

    its not for a tv... its for my home cinema 2m wide projected screen ;)
     

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