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Liquidacid
02.11.2012 , 01:04 PM | #11
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So....is the 3D a clear stand out or am I better off watching it on Blu Ray on my new 55inch LED TV I got for X-mas? I would rather buy the Blu Ray version than spend the same price on a movie ticket, drink and popcorn.
ya but watching movies at home just isn't the same... unless of course you invite over a black guy to yell out during it, someone with a kid that never stops crying and then smear sticky candies and god knows what else all over your couch and living room floor
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SuperGrunt
02.11.2012 , 02:02 PM | #12
I took my three kids to see it last night, and it was my first time seeing a 3D movie. I can honestly say that it was pretty cool, but I wish that there was some kind of tie in to the game.
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OmySpy
02.11.2012 , 02:03 PM | #13
Quote: Originally Posted by Liquidacid View Post
they should have just made an all CGI 3D version of Dances with Wolves...
MAYBE THEY SHOULD! I just watched that movie again, classic

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knightrune
02.11.2012 , 03:10 PM | #14
The 3D transition was done well. Like many have said, it is "not in your face" 3D, but noticeable to an extent that I recommend seeing it.

I don't know if it's just me, but I also felt a better immersion into the film comparably to the first time I saw it on the big screen. So I commend the use of a more subtle 3D approach.

I think I read on a site somewhere they used the blu-ray cut (not a 100% sure on this). In either case in both versions Jar-Jar and Watto are more seamlessly integrated, and they do not stick out like CGI toons anymore, and they are more bearable to watch.

Without a doubt, I will definitely be seeing the next five.

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LaManoNera
02.11.2012 , 06:55 PM | #15
Definitely not a cheap cash in conversion. The 3D adds visual depth to the scenes (especially the CGI ones), it doesn't make things fly out at your face like in the '80s. And who can pass up seeing Star Wars in theaters? The only way to watch a SW movie.
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LEETLORD
02.11.2012 , 08:07 PM | #16
Yah i went at midnight....it was awesome
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Pirana
02.11.2012 , 08:36 PM | #17
Saw it today, wasn't impressed. If you're comparing it to current 3D movies on the market, you'll more than likely be disappointed, but it wasn't horrible either. I won't give anything away as to what was and what wasn't in 3D, but I won't be seeing Clones if and when it's released in 3D.

I actually saw the original three in the theaters in the 70's and 80's, and did enjoy the last three, so this isn't a bash regarding the last three movies, I just wasn't impressed with the 3D that was added.
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keiklo
02.12.2012 , 10:51 AM | #18
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Saw it today, wasn't impressed. If you're comparing it to current 3D movies on the market, you'll more than likely be disappointed, but it wasn't horrible either. I won't give anything away as to what was and what wasn't in 3D, but I won't be seeing Clones if and when it's released in 3D.

I actually saw the original three in the theaters in the 70's and 80's, and did enjoy the last three, so this isn't a bash regarding the last three movies, I just wasn't impressed with the 3D that was added.

You say you wont see it, but we all know when the time comes next year youll be there with the rest of us drooling over your popcorn having a lightsaber fight with your iphone or android and giggling like a school child on first day of summer. Its star wars and good or bad its on a big screen the way it was ment to be watched.

Also the 3D was done extremely well, Lucas and his art team have insisted there would be no Poping out at you but instead they planned to add depth and feeling to scenes that were bland before, Like did you ever notice the blinking red lights on the hyper drive that obi wan is working on Niether did i but if you pay attention all that stuff seems so close its hard to ignore. or the Bite mark on the Unga Bunga transport. anyway See ya next year at Clone Wars.
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bigray
02.12.2012 , 09:16 PM | #19
I thought the 3D was decent. The overall picture quality was outstanding, much sharper than I remember it on original theater release. I don't know if that's purely the 3D or if it's other "cleaning up" they did on this version. Brought my kids who have seen the movies many times, but really there is nothing like seeing SW in the theater, regardless of which movie it is. It's just ... better.

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DarthDeangelis
02.12.2012 , 10:03 PM | #20
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You say you wont see it, but we all know when the time comes next year youll be there with the rest of us drooling over your popcorn having a lightsaber fight with your iphone or android and giggling like a school child on first day of summer. Its star wars and good or bad its on a big screen the way it was ment to be watched.

Also the 3D was done extremely well, Lucas and his art team have insisted there would be no Poping out at you but instead they planned to add depth and feeling to scenes that were bland before, Like did you ever notice the blinking red lights on the hyper drive that obi wan is working on Niether did i but if you pay attention all that stuff seems so close its hard to ignore. or the Bite mark on the Unga Bunga transport. anyway See ya next year at Clone Wars.
Is that how often they'll be re-releasing them? I was hoping for one every few monthes.

My experience was great. I loved it. I will be collecting the glasses from each movie :P

I felt so proud to be a Star Wars fan when i saw people in Jedi Robes and people applauding and yelling out "Woot! STAR WARS! May the Force be with us!" when "A long time ago in a galaxy far far away" came onto the screen.

I love ALL of the movies, but in all honesty, we got the worst one out of the way. I can't wait to go to the next 5.
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