Originally Posted by MentalDistortion
im not sure if it has anything to do withour tvs, but the first scene when she was over looking the city looked really deep. then there was a fuzzy scene explaining what happened to the lycans and vampires. the scene when she broke out, showed a lot of depth too.
Oh i agree the movie had ok depth. I just wasn't wowed. There also seemed to be times when they had legitimate excuses to offer pop-out but chose not to exploit that option.
I read it was filmed with 3d cameras so it wasn't converted so I thought the director had opportunities but didn't understand the power of 3d when used to enhance the backgrounds.
But don't get me wrong, at $21.99 if your gonna watch it with your family, you cant go wrong because at most theatres the 3d upcharge for a family of four is $12.
I wish Vudu got the 3d rights from all the studios because their pricing structure is very reasonable.