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This is the type of thing that will kill 3D. Someone other than JC has to start doing it right.
" As for the animation, presenting it in 3-D doesn't add a whole lot. This is not a deeply immersive experience; more often, it consists of stuff being flung at you in gimmicky fashion. After this summer, when about a half-dozen movies will be leaping out at us in 3-D, can the whole trend just go away? Please?
And the frustrating part is, the "Shrek" movies didn't need an added dimension: They already had an impressive visual scheme all their own. The texture of the surroundings that made the franchise stand out among a slew of animated fare the tactile nature of the grass and trees, the water, Donkey's fur gets obliterated when rendered in 3-D. And so in theory, all that's left is the story, but that doesn't reach out and grab us either."
42" in the dining room.50" in the bedroom 80" in the living room 65" in the family room 70" in the family room 106" in the family room "There is another system" Video Modes: SDTV-EDTV-XGA-HDTV-4K