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post #391 of 1877
I think the best is Despicable me. It's really good use of 3D. It seems like every single scene was designed for 3D, from the camera (read rendering) angles to lighting, etc.

Looking forward to Transformers 3, though. It looked incredible in the cinema. I think directors are starting to "get" 3D.
post #392 of 1877
I really liked Megamind and Monsters vs Aliens. Didn't like Cloudy with a chance of Meatballs so much.

I'm strictly talking 3d here.
post #393 of 1877
Just watched Narnia and was very disappointed I guess after watching Avatar it will take some serious 3D effects to impress me! I'll be selling mine on ebay if anyone wants it .
post #394 of 1877
i've seen about 10 3d movies/documentaries, but Sammys adventure & Avatar are the best in my opinion.

lots of depth, and lots of pop out in Sammys adventure.

i only watch sbs files so i dont know about the bluray quality.
post #395 of 1877
Pirates of the Caribbean On Stranger Tides has some pretty lame 3D. It's such a dark movie overall and 3D just does not add too much.

Contrast this with Resident Evil Afterlife and there is no comparison. REA has well planned and executed 3D and feels very comfortable to the eye.
post #396 of 1877
I've watched the animation Rio a few nights ago and the 3D was not that good. There was not a great depth and there only were 2-3 pop-out moments in the entire movies. Faaar away from Open Season,Legend of the Guardians and Sammy's Adventure.
post #397 of 1877
I have to mention IMAX Under the Sea again. I just got a new 50" 3D plasma. I've watched that presentation on my 67" DLP but after watching it on my new toy I am even more impressed.

Every scene in that movie has incredible depth. It looks like you are looking 100's of feet into the background in some images. And ofcourse it still has the most impressive coming out of the TV moment that still hasn't been topped with the potato cod. But after viewing it on the plasma this IMAX presentation gives me the feeling of being transported to another world, more than any other 3D presentation I have ever seen.

IMAX: Under the Sea should be sold as a 3D demo bluray.
post #398 of 1877
I have to say that Final Destination 3D has some great 3D effects, one of those movies with alot of things coming out of the screen at you, and love the 3D effect on this one.
post #399 of 1877
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Originally Posted by Mongis View Post

Has anyone here seen Ocean Wonderland? I think it's a IMAX movie. I heard the title has THE best pop out scene ever. Is the movie good in other aspects too?

A little late with the reply here, but anyhow: I have seen Ocean Wonderland in an IMAX theatre, and it is THE best 3D I have ever seen...Funny that it was the first 3D movie I ever watched, so no other movie could satisfy me later afterwards.

I haven't seen Hubble and Deep Sea, but I guess they must be good too, it seems that the documentaries fare better with 3D
post #400 of 1877
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Originally Posted by Teremei
I have to mention IMAX Under the Sea again. I just got a new 50" 3D plasma. I've watched that presentation on my 67" DLP but after watching it on my new toy I am even more impressed.

Every scene in that movie has incredible depth. It looks like you are looking 100's of feet into the background in some images. And ofcourse it still has the most impressive coming out of the TV moment that still hasn't been topped with the potato cod. But after viewing it on the plasma this IMAX presentation gives me the feeling of being transported to another world, more than any other 3D presentation I have ever seen.

IMAX: Under the Sea should be sold as a 3D demo bluray.
yea that potato cod scene is crazy! I had read so many peoples comments on how cool it was before I got around to watching it and it was every bit as cool as I had heard. Definitely a great display of 3D.
post #401 of 1877
i sold under the sea to buy deep sea

after watching deep sea today i regret what i did

Under the Sea is miles ahead in entertainment, commentary and specially 3D

how is ocean wonderland compared to under the sea?
post #402 of 1877
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Originally Posted by mishari84 View Post

i sold under the sea to buy deep sea

after watching deep sea today i regret what i did

Under the Sea is miles ahead in entertainment, commentary and specifically 3D

how is ocean wonderland compared to under the sea?

Oh man. I keep flip flopping on whether to buy Under the Sea or Deep Sea. I was all set on Under the Sea, but then I read some reviews that said Deep Sea not only had better 3D, but also better commentary. Now after reading your comment I'm unsure again.

Has anyone else out there seen both? Is one clearly better? Thanks!!!
post #403 of 1877
Sharks 3D is really good too.
post #404 of 1877
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Originally Posted by johnny905 View Post

Oh man. I keep flip flopping on whether to buy Under the Sea or Deep Sea. I was all set on Under the Sea, but then I read some reviews that said Deep Sea not only had better 3D, but also better commentary. Now after reading your comment I'm unsure again.

Has anyone else out there seen both? Is one clearly better? Thanks!!!

I have both, and I would recommend Under The Sea.
post #405 of 1877
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Originally Posted by johnny905 View Post
Oh man. I keep flip flopping on whether to buy Under the Sea or Deep Sea. I was all set on Under the Sea, but then I read some reviews that said Deep Sea not only had better 3D, but also better commentary. Now after reading your comment I'm unsure again.

Has anyone else out there seen both? Is one clearly better? Thanks!!!
I have owned both; to my eyes Under the Sea is clearly better. The 3D is more pronounced (the potato fish coming out of the screen is worth the price of the disc alone) and the narration far more engaging. I still own Under the Sea, I got ride of Deep Sea long ago.

As to the overall best looking BluRay, to my eyes it would be a tossup between Megamind (best CG) and Avatar (best live action). Megamind has great 3D and is a very entertaining movie. Avatar is a little too long and heavy handed but the visuals really should be seen by every 3DTV owner at least once.
post #406 of 1877
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Originally Posted by TonyDP

I have owned both; to my eyes Under the Sea is clearly better. The 3D is more pronounced (the potato fish coming out of the screen is worth the price of the disc alone) and the narration far more engaging. I still own Under the Sea, I got ride of Deep Sea long ago.

As to the overall best looking BluRay, to my eyes it would be a tossup between Megamind (best CG) and Avatar (best live action). Megamind has great 3D and is a very entertaining movie. Avatar is a little too long and heavy handed but the visuals really should be seen by every 3DTV owner at least once.
IMHO Step Up 3D easily rivals Avatar for best live action 3D Blu ray. I know it sounds crazy but I highly recommend checking it out, not for the storyline but for the 3D!
post #407 of 1877
Hello guys, I wanna' buy a 3D movie and I cannot decide between Tangled, Resident Evil: Afterlife and Step Up 3. Which one would you choose?
post #408 of 1877
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Originally Posted by alexuts2oo4 View Post

Hello guys, I wanna' buy a 3D movie and I cannot decide between Tangled, Resident Evil: Afterlife and Step Up 3. Which one would you choose?

depends on what type of movies you like. out of those movies, i enjoyed tangled the most. step up 3 i didnt like too much, but the 3d was good.
post #409 of 1877
So, out of these 3 I have already seen Tangled and RE:A in 2D and enjoyed them. Last night I've watched Step-Up 3D and although I didn't like the movie that much, I found the 3D very good. More than that it's a 1.77:1 "Real" 3D movie.
I would like to add a "Real" 3D to my collection and not only animations, but in the end I would like to buy the one that has the best 3D, no matter if it's an animation or not.
post #410 of 1877
the single most incredible 3d effect has to be from Under the Sea, 21min... Heard a lot of talk about the potato cod... When you see it for yourself it's breathtaking... Absolutely convincing... I could not resist trying to touch it, it was sooooooo far out of the screen! Amazing!!!
post #411 of 1877
Tangled is like a whole new movie in 3d. Fantastic.
post #412 of 1877
I would like to buy Under the sea, but the problem is I can't find it region free or region B/2
post #413 of 1877
What do you guys think of Tron 3D? Is it worth buying for the 3D effects?
post #414 of 1877
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Originally Posted by nddqha View Post

What do you guys think of Tron 3D? Is it worth buying for the 3D effects?

I have bought it, but haven't watched it though. I've just watched a couple of minutes, randomly, to check the 3D, as it was my fist 3D Blu-Ray Disc, but I was disappointed with the 3D effects. On the contrary, I have watched a couple of minutes of Open Season, randomly again, and was very impressed.

But maybe not the entire movie is as bad as what I've watched from it.
post #415 of 1877
I am so confused. If someone who has great knowledge with 3d can help. I own the samsung pn59d8000 plasma. My thing is about 3d. When u watch a game or movie that is 3d do you put setting on 2d to 3d. I thought that was for stuff that is not 3d to convert to 3d. What do u put it on. Also what the hell is the other settings top and bottom and side by side. How do you setup 3d. Thanks to who is smart with 3 d
post #416 of 1877
So, I have a Samsung 3D D6900 and I use the conversion function only for 2D sources. When I watch a 3D video from Smurt Hub for example, the image appears 3D when I hit play. For Blu-rays it's the same, insert the disc into the player and 3d image appears. If I press the 3D button on the remote, I have then the option to convert it to 2D. As far as I know, the side-by-side option is for side-by-side sources, also not native 1080p blu-ray. If you play one of this source, it will appear like split screen on the TV and if you press the 3D button on the remote and then select side by side option, the tv will show the image in 3D, and not split screen.
post #417 of 1877
Thanks Alex. But what is 2d to 3d?
post #418 of 1877
So if it's a 3d blu ray. Dint put it on 2d to 3d
post #419 of 1877
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Originally Posted by nddqha View Post

What do you guys think of Tron 3D? Is it worth buying for the 3D effects?

I was blown away with tron 3D the first time I watched it. Haven't seen it a second time yet but I thought it was great. I've noticed that opinions vary quite a bit wit this one
post #420 of 1877
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Originally Posted by nddqha View Post

What do you guys think of Tron 3D? Is it worth buying for the 3D effects?

I personally really enjoyed it, but I'm more a fan of "depth" rather than "pop". If you're expecting a lot of content to extend past the screen plane, you'll likely be disappointed. Add to that the beginning and ending are in 2d (Only the "grid" scenes are in 3d, Wizard of Oz-style), which many people don't realize when they purchase, and it may not be what you expected.

That being said, the transfer itself is excellent; most agree practically a reference quality blu as far as picture. And while some have found evidence of clipping when analyzing the audio tracks, it sounds great to my ears on a 5.1 system.
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