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post #31 of 212 Old 11-12-2013, 12:33 AM
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I don't know if their is such a thing as must haves but my favorites are as follows:
Hugo
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Titanic
Avengers
Dredd (do not buy the eu/au release as the 3d has many issues not found in other releases)
Beauty and the Beast
Star Trek Into Darkness
Man of Steel
Coroline
Tron Legacy

Note this is for both the film and the 3d as I don't care how good the 3d is if the film isn't worth checking out.

If we are talking about quality 3d then the list is massive at this stage.

I need to check out Life of Pi and Pacific Rim which I should be able to do in the next week or so.

After viewing "Life of Pi" upon release I thought it was for sure going to be the best 3D blu ray of the year. But I'll be damned "Pacific Rim" is just as good if not a hair better. And I agree with - del Toro (he mentioned 3D is the best way to watch his film) let me know what you think after viewing.

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My favorites are, in no particular order:

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Titanic
Avengers
Final Destination 5
Alice in Wonderland
Man of Steel

I wish there was a version of "Star Trek Into Darkness" without all the ridiculous, faked lens flare. If I were a cinematographer, I would strive for images that more closely approximate how we see with our naked eyes instead of grossly exaggerating what we tend to see when looking through a camera lens. Especially in science fiction movies when space scenes are being depicted...I would want the audience to see things as though they too were in deep space, aboard a ship or space station, looking out a porthole. In other words, I'd "remove" the camera from between the spectator and the scene.
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Madagascar 3 sticks out in my mind for animation and Life of Pi and Pacific Rim for live action (or semi-live action biggrin.gif).
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Put The Wolverine on this list as well! I think the studios are finally getting the hang of this.

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Put The Wolverine on this list as well! I think the studios are finally getting the hang of this.

Really? Just that their are areas where the conversion was not finished.
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Really? Just that their are areas where the conversion was not finished.

No not "not finished" but purposely done to have a more 2D look to them. It adds to the 3D when done correctly. Tron: Legacy did it as well.

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No not "not finished" but purposely done to have a more 2D look to them. It adds to the 3D when done correctly. Tron: Legacy did it as well.

No as in unfinished. I am not complaining about weak depth i'm pointing out that the conversion has signs that it was not finished including halos around people etc. I can get a time stamp of an example of this if you would like.
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No as in unfinished. I am not complaining about weak depth i'm pointing out that the conversion has signs that it was not finished including halos around people etc. I can get a time stamp of an example of this if you would like.

I would like cause I I just watched it this Tuesday and noticed none of what you mentioned. I will check and see if it is notable or most likely a set up issue on the viewers end.

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I would like cause I I just watched it this Tuesday and noticed none of what you mentioned. I will check and see if it is notable or most likely a set up issue on the viewers end.

I shall. The issues aren't major but they are still present. I also have watched it on three different setups, the problems are the same on all. Besides how could the equipment possibly cause such an issue? Afteral we are not talking about crosstalk or similar which is a display related issue (and moot as I use dlp). I also noticed the issues in its theatrical release.

Also I just want to add that I think Tron Legacy is amazing in 3d, though not quite reference (which goes to films like Hugo for myself).
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I saw Sadako last summer in 2D, a rental from Block Buster but the movie didn't interest me much, probably because I hate reading captions. But, last night I got it in 3D on Netflix and was immediately pulled into the story. Those of you who have seen it in 3D will know what I'm talking about, pulled into. smile.gif

It's not what I would call a must have but rather one where the 3Ds aspect makes the story, while in 2D holds no interest at all. I'm glad I gave this title another go in 3D.

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1. Man of Steel
2. Dark Knight Trilogy
3. Star Wars Trilogy (Original)
4. The Godfather 1 and 2
5. Harry Potter
6. Rocky 1-3
7. Goodfellas
8. Indiana Jones 1-3
9. Lord of the Rings
10. Matrix Trilogy
11. Braveheart
12. Gladiator
13. Last of the Mohicans
14. Star Trek
15. Pirates of the Caribbean Trilogy
16. Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon
17. First Blood

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1. Man of Steel
2. Dark Knight Trilogy
3. Star Wars Trilogy (Original)
4. The Godfather 1 and 2
5. Harry Potter
6. Rocky 1-3
7. Goodfellas
8. Indiana Jones 1-3
9. Lord of the Rings
10. Matrix Trilogy
11. Braveheart
12. Gladiator
13. Last of the Mohicans
14. Star Trek
15. Pirates of the Caribbean Trilogy
16. Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon
17. First Blood

This is for the top "3D" movies, your list mostly contains 2D FYI

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Oh, s$!t, I totally paid no attention. I just couldn't wait to put my two cents in.

Well, I'm no authority on 3D Blu-Rays, only having seen a handful but I did love Man of Steel and Transformers

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Oh, s$!t, I totally paid no attention. I just couldn't wait to put my two cents in.

Well, I'm no authority on 3D Blu-Rays, only having seen a handful but I did love Man of Steel and Transformers

Good choices in movie though

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This is for the top "3D" movies, your list mostly contains 2D FYI

I would throw in Flying Swords Of Dragon's Gate. I've never seen better 3D.
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Most of the movies I would list have already been mentioned, so I'll just add a couple that I feel are certainly worthy.

Static

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Upside Down

Both fantastic movies from small studios, with excellent 3D.
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One that I suggest that is not on here is Drive Angry.
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I would throw in Flying Swords Of Dragon's Gate. I've never seen better 3D.

I just started that this morning on netflix looked good so far i'm excited to finish it tonight.  Also 3d on Netflix was great


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Glad to hear it, I haven't tried much 3D on Netflix, I'll have to take a look.
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Just watched The Croods in 3D on Netflix. Actually really good. Had some really good pop out scenes.
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I searched for Flying Swords on NF but when I played it there was no 3D, only 2D? I had originally watched it on Blue Ray 3D.
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I searched for Flying Swords on NF but when I played it there was no 3D, only 2D? I had originally watched it on Blue Ray 3D.

Not all devices support Netflix 3D. This issue is one of my bigger gripes. I have six devices that can handle 3D; and among what I have, only PS3 and new 2013 Vizio TV can do Netflix 3D. Netflix is absolutely terrible at updating its apps in older devices (i.e., it doesn't).
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Not all devices support Netflix 3D. This issue is one of my bigger gripes. I have six devices that can handle 3D; and among what I have, only PS3 and new 2013 Vizio TV can do Netflix 3D. Netflix is absolutely terrible at updating its apps in older devices (i.e., it doesn't).

It's not even older devices, I have the roku 3 and that is new and updated with the latest software of Netflix (in fact it just got an update the other day) and it still doesn't support 3D. It may be a hardware limitation but for streaming?.?. That shouldn't be the case...

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Not all devices support Netflix 3D. This issue is one of my bigger gripes. I have six devices that can handle 3D; and among what I have, only PS3 and new 2013 Vizio TV can do Netflix 3D. Netflix is absolutely terrible at updating its apps in older devices (i.e., it doesn't).

After reading your post I resigned myself to not getting 3D from Netflix but it just came to me that I have an LG TV with NF and it is supported. Thanks for jogging my memory.
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After reading your post I resigned myself to not getting 3D from Netflix but it just came to me that I have an LG TV with NF and it is supported. Thanks for jogging my memory.

You must have a new LG. My 2-year-old one doesn't have it.
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so you guys did not enjoy The Hobbit in BluRay 3D?
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so you guys did not enjoy The Hobbit in BluRay 3D?

I enjoyed it, but I think the movie itself was the weak link there.

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I enjoyed it, but I think the movie itself was the weak link there.

Seriously, The Hobbit is better than half of the movies mentioned in this thread.

This should be about Top 20 3D Content not top 20 movies that have 3D associated.
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1953 House of Wax, with Vincent Price.
A film shot specifically in 3d format.
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