Originally Posted by de8212
Just got a 3d tv and was looking for one or two to start out with.
Although it's a conversion, JURASSIC PARK 3D has just been re-released with a free pass to see the new JURASSIC WORLD. If you take the movie money into account, the cost of this is below $10.
Some 3D titles thata should bear mention:
THE BUBBLE Sort of an extended Twilight Zome meets Under the Dome 1960s cheese-fest but excellent pop-out effects
INFERNO Classic 1950s film with a beautuful restoration. Amazing color!
HOUSE OF WAX Nuff said (and it comes with the original 2D B&W TERROR OF THE WAX MUSEUM)
MR PEABODY & SHERMAN One of the best 3D animated movies I've seen, with wide-ranging effects, lots of extensions... AND a special, brand-new 10-minute 3D Rocky & Bullwinkle short is icing on the cake!
HERCULES (Dwayne Johnson version)
HANSEL & GRETEL: WITCH HUNTERS
Coming next month: 3D RARITIES. a 147-minute extravaganza showcasing 3D from the 1920s and on. Everything from a Rocky Marcianao fight to Caspar the Friendly Ghost to atomic bomb tests. Probably some silent films too (yes, 3D has been around that long). Reportedly, these newly-restored old 3D selections put today's big budget movies to shame and might have the best 3D demo material.
Personally, I also liked the 3D on SIN CITY: DAME TO KILL FOR. It's the stylish movie-making look that makes this one appealing in 3D.
MY BLOODY VALENTINE A naked woman wandering around in 3D always deserves a mention!
KISS ME KATE If you like musicals (not my cup of cocoa) this one has spectacular 3D, with a beautiful transfer.
Honestly, there are so many more that one could be here all day listing them!