Not sure if this has been discussed before but i'd like you to list which scene from any movie that has either the greatest depth or pop that you have ever seen.
A few examples could be:
--the arm being regenerated in fifth element (superbit)
--Nemo peering through the enamine (sp?)
--check out the scene where frodo first meets up with Gandalf on FOTR, frodo sitting under the tree and gandalfs wagon coming through the forest (nice depth) ...then Gandalf's hat just seems to pop right off the screen. Awsome
I'm sure there are many many more so let's hear em.
I remember watching "Oh brother where for art though" with George Cloony, but haven't bought it yet... on my regular tv it was insane...the clarity and pop in that movie was unmatched. Not sure why that is, does anyone who owns it agree that almost nothing is out of focus in that flick, even stuff thats way in the background. I just remember watching it and thinking wow, how did they accomplish that.
I can still remember the scene when the crew find the fossilized arm of a creature sticking out of a cliff into the camera (with startling music to match) in the original 3D version of The Creature From The Black Lagoon. Later the creature swims right out of the screen. Very scary, but of course I was only 9 years old at the time.
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