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Sorry - this has prob already been answered in this thread. I have a pretty nice Panny VT50 65" plasma with 3D.
Should i watch this movie for the first time in 3D or not?

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...Oh and for the record, I think she's simply gorgeous at almost 50. wink.gif


She will win the Oscar for best body. She may not be as "toned" as she was 20 year ago but she works for me. The number of women that would die for a body like Bullock's at 50 is incalculable. Seriously. Get new glasses. If you are poor, eat lots of carrots. The woman is amazing. And no your opinion doesn't count. I have principals; I don't compromise.

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I thought it was cool and for sure a movie for me but all over the internet it was OMGAH GRAVITY TEH BEST EVAR and then I watched it and saw it was way different than "they" said. I bet the IMAX was where it needed to be seen given the scale.

I didn't see in Gravity in IMAX but I did see it in the largest non IMAX theater in a large cineplex and was blown away, as was my daughter. We sat watching with our jaws agape from beginning to end. Thus, I am inclined to agree with your analysis that the film demands a huge screen in a darkened theater to provide its full impact.
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Sorry - this has prob already been answered in this thread. I have a pretty nice Panny VT50 65" plasma with 3D.
Should i watch this movie for the first time in 3D or not?
The Panny is indeed a fine TV for 3D.
FWIW, I would watch 3D material from a position very close to the screen.

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She will win the Oscar for best body. She may not be as "toned" as she was 20 year ago but she works for me. The number of women that would die for a body like Bullock's at 50 is incalculable. Seriously. Get new glasses. If you are poor, eat lots of carrots. The woman is amazing. And no your opinion doesn't count. I have principals; I don't compromise.
Indeed she does have a fine body, in spite of looking a little weird in the face these days.

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I watched this the other night and enjoyed it but didn't think "wow, what a great movie". The visuals were incredible but once Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Cloney left/died I knew they wouldn't kill off Bullock so it was just a matter of watching what she did to get back to earth. I would have been most impressed if she would have drowned at the end because she couldn't get out of her suit.

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The way things were set up, Clooney's death was completely unnecessary There was zero tension on the line, so no reason for him to let go.
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The Panny is indeed a fine TV for 3D.
FWIW, I would watch 3D material from a position very close to the screen.
Indeed she does have a fine body, in spite of looking a little weird in the face these days.

Yep. Surgical alterations, which a huge percentage of aging Hollywood beauties seem to undertake these days, often have unexpected results. That said, I agree with you that Bullock was sensational in Speed. so good in fact, her performance made her a star.
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I didn't see in Gravity in IMAX but I did see it in the largest non IMAX theater in a large cineplex and was blown away, as was my daughter. We sat watching with our jaws agape from beginning to end. Thus, I am inclined to agree with your analysis that the film demands a huge screen in a darkened theater to provide its full impact.

I agree and it was fantastic. I watched it the other night and it kept me on the edge of my seat. I really enjoyed this one and will definitely have replay value for me at home.

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The other thing too is,
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The way things were set up, Clooney's death was completely unnecessary There was zero tension on the line, so no reason for him to let go.
The story was really about HER trials and tribulations, not GC.

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Yep. Surgical alterations, which a huge percentage of aging Hollywood beauties seem to undertake these days, often have unexpected results. That said, I agree with you that Bullock was sensational in Speed. so good in fact, her performance made her a star.
She was cute as a bug....who DIDN'T fall in love with her by the end of the movie?

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I watched this the other night and enjoyed it but didn't think "wow, what a great movie". The visuals were incredible but once Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Cloney left/died I knew they wouldn't kill off Bullock so it was just a matter of watching what she did to get back to earth. I would have been most impressed if she would have drowned at the end because she couldn't get out of her suit.

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The way things were set up, Clooney's death was completely unnecessary There was zero tension on the line, so no reason for him to let go.
That's one thing that sort of confused me, too. Once you stop, you're stopped.

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The other thing too is,
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The way things were set up, Clooney's death was completely unnecessary There was zero tension on the line, so no reason for him to let go.

That was the one thing that really bothered me. I could accept the other stuff, Bullock's hair not floating in zero-gee, satellite debris moving east to west, etc. No biggie. And if they felt... Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
...that Clooney had to die for dramatic impact, they could easily have found another way to do it, like he gets dislodged by a piece of debris, or loses his handgrip while twisting with enough inertia to start moving -- perhaps to secure her position -- and just floats off. She can't go after him. Same result, better physics.
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The story was really about HER trials and tribulations, not GC.

Do you have to make things so complicated?

Why does Wile E. Coyote make the same mistakes over and over again? After all of these years I can't accept he never learns. Do the writers think we are stupid?

And what the h*ll was Pandora thinking?


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That was the one thing that really bothered me. I could accept the other stuff, Bullock's hair not floating in zero-gee, satellite debris moving east to west, etc. No biggie. And if they felt... Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
...that Clooney had to die for dramatic impact, they could easily have found another way to do it, like he gets dislodged by a piece of debris, or loses his handgrip while twisting with enough inertia to start moving -- perhaps to secure her position -- and just floats off. She can't go after him. Same result, better physics.
Totally agree. The writers just needed to put a little more thought into it, and it would have made the situation much more plausible.
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The story was really about HER trials and tribulations, not GC.
I'm not disputing that. I'm just saying that the writers got the physics wrong in a way that made me roll my eyes.
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Sorry - this has prob already been answered in this thread. I have a pretty nice Panny VT50 65" plasma with 3D.
Should i watch this movie for the first time in 3D or not?

thanks

I'm debating which way to watch this one first as well. I keep reading the "S" word to describe the 3d, subtle. I cant stand subtle, conservative 3d in general, so I might just go the 2d route first watch and take advantage of the better contrast on my JVC (3d duties go to my benq which does not have near the black level).......not sure yet.

Either way, the audio sound like the stand out technical aspect of this one between the two and that is what I am looking forward to most from the technical side. cool.gif

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I'm not disputing that. I'm just saying that the writers got the physics wrong in a way that made me roll my eyes.
FWIW, I was too caught up in the story to critique the science.

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I'm debating which way to watch this one first as well. I keep reading the "S" word to describe the 3d, subtle. I cant stand subtle, conservative 3d in general, so I might just go the 2d route first watch and take advantage of the better contrast on my JVC (3d duties go to my benq which does not have near the black level).......not sure yet.

Either way, the audio sound like the stand out technical aspect of this one between the two and that is what I am looking forward to most from the technical side. cool.gif
I would be interested in hearing what you have to say about the application of 3D after you see both presentations in your HT.

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I would be interested in hearing what you have to say about the application of 3D after you see both presentations in your HT.

Sounds good. I will chime in with my humble opinion hopefully tonight.

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Boring?

Seriously? Have you seen any advertisements for Gravity?
Yes.

No exploding cities
No one yelling while they shoot a gun (does the yelling make the bullets go faster in movies?)
No aliens
No slo-mo flipping cars
No giant robots
No boobs
No earth in jeopardy
No witty one-liners
No real spaceships (I only saw a space shuttle)

The only things I saw from the trailers are the chances for good acting, a decent script, and a worthwhile story that you may have to pay attention to. Who cares about that? Today I represent the 99% of the movie going population.
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FWIW, I was too caught up in the story to critique the science.

Yeah, that was what I thought too. Although I tend to be nerdy in a number of areas, space is not one of them. Gravity was so incredibly tense and beautifully filmed, I was too caught up in the film to consider whether the way Bullock's hair looked in space was consistent with the science. If that makes me a clueless Philistine I'll just have to live with it.
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Yes.

No exploding cities
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No slo-mo flipping cars
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The only things I saw from the trailers are the chances for good acting, a decent script, and a worthwhile story that you may have to pay attention to. Who cares about that? Today I represent the 99% of the movie going population.

S**t. You got me there.

Ppfffffff.... hmmm....crap.

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I'm debating which way to watch this one first as well. I keep reading the "S" word to describe the 3d, subtle. I cant stand subtle, conservative 3d in general, so I might just go the 2d route first watch and take advantage of the better contrast on my JVC (3d duties go to my benq which does not have near the black level).......not sure yet.

Either way, the audio sound like the stand out technical aspect of this one between the two and that is what I am looking forward to most from the technical side. cool.gif

In the past, if i was really excited about a sci-fi or action movie, i would watch in 2D first on the panny VT50 65" plasma because i think the colors and the sharpness of the TV is out of this world - spectacular. With the glasses, the colors and sharpness don't seem as good. But with Gravity i'm torn because I've heard it is the best 3D since sliced bread so maybe i should do 3D first. If it's just "subtle" 3D then for first viewing, 2D seems the way to go.

very excited about this movie but can't make up my mind
tonight is the night

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With the glasses, the colors and sharpness don't seem as good.
That always seems to be the case.

This kinda works in Gravity because it takes place in space where light is limited anyway.

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ok - i am leaning 3D first then
also, i guess i could do 2D first but sit very close but i'm already pretty close - around 7.5 ft away from 65" plasma

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ok - i am leaning 3D first then
also, i guess i could do 2D first but sit very close but i'm already pretty close - around 7.5 ft away from 65" plasma
7.5 is probably about right for the 3D IMO.

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If it's just "subtle" 3D then for first viewing, 2D seems the way to go.

very excited about this movie but can't make up my mind
tonight is the night

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I'd go 3D, that way you'll get the full impact of the movie the first time around. I think you'll regret it if you don't.
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In the past, if i was really excited about a sci-fi or action movie, i would watch in 2D first on the panny VT50 65" plasma because i think the colors and the sharpness of the TV is out of this world - spectacular. With the glasses, the colors and sharpness don't seem as good. But with Gravity i'm torn because I've heard it is the best 3D since sliced bread so maybe i should do 3D first. If it's just "subtle" 3D then for first viewing, 2D seems the way to go.

very excited about this movie but can't make up my mind
tonight is the night

sigh ...

Well if it helps at all - a real astronaut was quoted saying while many things about this movie are almost precisely accurate (like the EVA) he said the images of earth were in fact too sharp and detailed compared to what he saw personally.
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Yeah, that was what I thought too. Although I tend to be nerdy in a number of areas, space is not one of them. Gravity was so incredibly tense and beautifully filmed, I was too caught up in the film to consider whether the way Bullock's hair looked in space was consistent with the science. If that makes me a clueless Philistine I'll just have to live with it.

Indeed. I've seen my wife use enough hairspray that zero g would make zero difference.
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Yeah, that was what I thought too. Although I tend to be nerdy in a number of areas, space is not one of them. Gravity was so incredibly tense and beautifully filmed, I was too caught up in the film to consider whether the way Bullock's hair looked in space was consistent with the science. If that makes me a clueless Philistine I'll just have to live with it.
Bullock's hair wasn't the problem, though. It was something else crucial to the plot and very much a focus of it in a particular scene.
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