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post #31 of 1877
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Originally Posted by DenisG View Post

They are Panasonic exclusives right now in there 3D starter kit.

So other than MVA and monster house, and cloudy, what movies are available? There should be a thread or website that keeps track, is there?
post #32 of 1877
MvA is an exclusive as well. Cloudy and MH are available in the US, IMAX Grand Canyon and Clash of the Titans is available from Amazon.de
post #33 of 1877
So far I have watched M vs. A, Cloudy w/ a Chance of Meatballs, Coraline, IceAge 2 and Monster vs. Aliens.

The 3D winner, IMHO, as far as pop out goes is to M vs. A.

However, watching M vs. A on my Panasonic 58 " Plasma, I have notice a large amount of ghosting. More in this DVD than the other 3D options. It gets the "bridge scene" correct, no ghosting on the red suspension cables (of which I have been very critical of the Samsung, which shows a lot of ghosting on the red suspension cables) but on the heroine's white hair against a dark blue sky which shows an exceptional amount of ghosting; very distracting .

I am now somewhat convinced that the major cause of ghosting are context based and the SLOW response time of our first generation active shutter glasses.

Where are the new ASG from Monster and XpanD.????

What is your opinion.
post #34 of 1877
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Originally Posted by OmarF View Post

Are the Coraline and Ice Age you mention new full 3D discs, or the ones that came out a while ago with their own glasses?

Omar

Blu-ray + Active Shutter
post #35 of 1877
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Originally Posted by khee mao View Post


Blu-ray + Active Shutter

Thanks for the info. i have a sony hx800 and ps3, so i guess ill have to wait. for now i have monster house, at least
post #36 of 1877
hi,
i rented from Time Warner on the High Def Channel on Demand, Under the Sea 3D, it was by far the best 3D content i have ever seen thus far.
there were a lot of scenes that were just spetacular, the one that stands out for me is the scene wit hthe fish called a Potato Cod, it looked like it was floating in my living room, i was like, HOLY CHIT lol. i sit 12 feet away from my Samsung 55"
post #37 of 1877
i too have time warner cable, ill check it out if its around my services, i bought cloudy w/a chance, and the 3d is fun, but i didnt notice any "pop-out" 3D, i went to a local Best Buy, and they had some underwater demo on an LG 3D tv, there is one scene where this fish pops out, it might be what was said here, but ill probably go for m vs a as my next purchase since its been said it has good pop-out 3d, i have a 65c9 with the glasses and converter thru my ps3.
post #38 of 1877
I received my Despicable Me Blu-Ray 3D today. From the start to the finish and beyond it is the first 3D I would recommend to anyone who has never seen 3D at home. I tried each one of my 3D glasses to see which ones my visitors might be most comfortable with my Mits 65735 3D-ready DLP HDTV.

1st XpanD 103 excellent, resilent construction(black),brighter, more color, depth, multi use.
2nd XpanD 102 excellent, resilent construction(red), bright, depth
3rd Samsung 2100AB excellent , depth, cold (black)plastic, but very fragile lens(second set), Not for kids, adult kids or rugged handling, backup only.

Look forward to more 3D content like this title.
post #39 of 1877
Have to agree on Despicable Me. There's a few scenes that are obviously geared toward 3d (pulling up close to a building, carnival game, and of course the end credits) Best display of 3D I've seen so far.

Tony
Mits 65737, IR Emitter, xpand 103
post #40 of 1877
I like bolt 3d the best
post #41 of 1877
Question: Are there any 3d bluray movies that were originally shot as tru3d movies (not 2d-3d conversion) that was filmed with real actors? The closest thing I can think of is Avatar of course, but that uses a ton of CGI and after effects to create the beautiful imagery, and I am looking for a different live action movie that was shot with 3d in mind. For example, Alice in Wonderland 3d is a decent example of what I am talking about, however its a 2d - 3d conversion (albeit a job well done from what I have seen so far)
post #42 of 1877
My bloody valentine? although I don't think it was any better 3D wise than Alice in Wonderland.
post #43 of 1877
im also looking for something in that area, have you tried Avatar: The Last Airbender? there is like 10 cg to 1 live-action movie.

on the other hand, man i really want to get another 3d movie, and i want something that pops out of the screen, now im between dispicable me, Avatar: TLA and M vs A

post #44 of 1877
STEP UP 3D, def wow factor. Movie sucks though
post #45 of 1877
Live Action native 3-D feature movies available on Blu-ray 3D now or shortly: STEP UP 3-D, AVATAR, RESIDENT EVIL: AFTERLIFE, THE HOLE, THE CHILD'S EYE, MY BLOODY VALENTINE, SAW 3D, STREET DANCE. DARK COUNTRY is playing on N3D also.

Several major ones being released in 2011, like DRIVE ANGRY, PIRATES 4, TRANSFORMERS 3, SANCTUM and others.
post #46 of 1877
I bet Transformers will be awesome.
post #47 of 1877
well, i found out and tested a few episodes they have in 3D, and most of them have very good depth, specially the nature ones, there is a spectacular video where some guy talks about 3D and its features, for whom ever has twc give it a watch, its good and informative, and watch out for the snake on that one.
post #48 of 1877
Ultimately, I think Avatar still has the most "wow, that looks really 3D" moments. There are lots of really good 3D Blu Ray's now though. Especially the animated ones. Almost all of them are outstanding.
post #49 of 1877
im picking up a samsung 50inch 720p 3D that comes with black ops, 2 glasses, $50 worth of movie for $849.But not sure what to pick up...I kinda want to get the Deep Sea I heard it was good with 3Dness, what other movie do you think has eye popping 3D effect?
post #50 of 1877
I'm getting tired of animated 3D movies and am tempted to get RE just because it's "real." Looking for some 3D "pop!" And, for me, 2--->3D works only about 1/4 of the time, although I have yet to try any of the Star Wars movies.
post #51 of 1877
Star Wars won't be out on 3D until 2012.
post #52 of 1877
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Originally Posted by Malcolm_B View Post

I'm getting tired of animated 3D movies and am tempted to get RE just because it's "real." Looking for some 3D "pop!" And, for me, 2--->3D works only about 1/4 of the time, although I have yet to try any of the Star Wars movies.

Step Up 3D.

pop pop
post #53 of 1877
Avatar for the complete 3d experience for me .
Grand Canyon was just beautifull, a few scenes really made you feel like you were there .
Bruce
post #54 of 1877
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Originally Posted by bruce can View Post

Avatar for the complete 3d experience for me .
Grand Canyon was just beautifull, a few scenes really made you feel like you were there .
Bruce

I have the regular dvd- not blu ray of Avatar, but for teh 3d goodness are you talking about the panasonic exclusive version?
i just ordered a sony bravia xbr60lx900
I want to have some fun with 3D asap!
I knwo its an lcd/led TV but I loved the picture. Anyone have any advice on if that Avatar dvd will upconvert nicely into 1080i and 2d-3d?
post #55 of 1877
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Originally Posted by Jamieb81 View Post

Star Wars won't be out on 3D until 2012.

I was talking about the 2D to 3D conversion.
post #56 of 1877
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Originally Posted by div3r5ity View Post

ok so whats the best 3d bluray movie to get so far?? i plan on buying one today. i did a little research but its between cloudy,monsters vs aliens , and monster house unless i hear different from u guys.

My favorites have been Avatar, A Christmas Carol and Resident Evil Afterlife. Not in terms of actual cinematic quality, but for 3-D FX, these 3 are tops in my book. The one with the most 3-D FX would be A Christmas Carol. The one with the best 3-D FX would be Avatar. The 3 you plan on don't really approach the 3 I named (in my opinion, obviously). Well, maybe Monsters vs. Aliens, as it does a lot of the "pop out of the screen" sort of stuff. It's just that I really don't like that movie.
post #57 of 1877
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Originally Posted by Jadocs View Post

My bloody valentine? although I don't think it was any better 3D wise than Alice in Wonderland.

MBV was a conversion. They filmed it with 3-D in mind, but didn't have the budget to actually film 3-D. Piranha did the same thing. We have yet to see a modern horror film that was filmed in true 3-D (although I'm not sure about Saw 7).

EDIT: I'm not counting Resident Evil as a horror film, as they're definitely more action/adventure.
post #58 of 1877
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Originally Posted by barb1978 View Post

MBV was a conversion. They filmed it with 3-D in mind, but didn't have the budget to actually film 3-D. Piranha did the same thing. We have yet to see a modern horror film that was filmed in true 3-D (although I'm not sure about Saw 7).

EDIT: I'm not counting Resident Evil as a horror film, as they're definitely more action/adventure.

Are you sure MBV was a conversion? From what I remember, it was shot in 3D and the image doesn't have the tell tale signs of a conversion.
post #59 of 1877
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Originally Posted by RetroElectro View Post

Are you sure MBV was a conversion?

Positive.
post #60 of 1877
Positively wrong. MY BLOODY VALENTINE was shot enirely in native 3-D. So were SAW 3D, SCAR, NIGHT OF THE LIVNG DEAD 3D, THE CHILD'S EYE, THE FINAL DESTINATION, HAUNTING OF WINCHESTER HOUSE and the in production FINAL DESTINATION 5.
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