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THE OFFICIAL "3D Movies of 2013" THREAD

 

If you hate 3D then this is why:

http://bsandrew.blogspot.ca/2012/03/people-who-hate-3d-movies-should-have.html

http://www.lhup.edu/~dsimanek/3d/stereo/reality.htm

your best solution outside of whats mention is, both Nintendo 3DS games from November 2012 & up and IMAX for movies for 3D enjoyability (I know its not a word LOL, but you get my point).

 

If you are Stereo-blind and want to see 3D:

http://kotaku.com/i-am-stereoblind-but-the-3ds-lets-me-see-the-world-as-484508038

http://www.cnn.com/2013/06/15/health/stereo-vision-recovery

 

 

 

 

Texas Chainsaw 3D "January 4, 2013"

Horrid Henry: the movie "Jan. 11"

Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters January 25, 2013United StatesArri Alexa & Stereotec 3D RigsAlso released in IMAX 3D.

Top Gun 3D "February 8"

Spiders 3D "Feb. 8"

Escape from Planet Earth    "February 14, 2013".

Jack the Giant Slayer March 1, 2013United StatesRed Epic Cameras & 3ality TS5 Rigs2.39:1Also in IMAX3D.

Oz the Great and Powerful March 8, 2013. Also inIMAX 3D.

Upside Down "March 15"

The Croods March 22, 2013United States2.39:1Also in IMAX3D.

G.I. Joe: Retaliation March 29, 2013

Jurassic Park April 5, 2013.

Vigilante 3D "April 5"

Tai Chi Hero 3D "April 26"

Iron Man 3 May 3, 2013

The Great Gatsby May 10, 2013United StatesRed Epic Cameras & 3ality TS5 Rigs2.39:1

Cyberchase: Rise of the Hacker "May 10, 2013"

Star Trek Into Darkness May 17, 2013 Also in IMAX3D. Scenes shot with IMAX cameras printed with a 1.44:1 aspect ratio for IMAX 70mm presentations.

Penguins 3D "May 24"

Epic May 24, 2013United States2.39:1

Man of Steel June 14, 2013 Also in IMAX3D. (Superman)

Storm Surfers 3D "June 14, 2013"

World War Z "June 21"

Monsters University [10]June 21, 2013United States1.85:1

Despicable Me 2 July 3, 2013United States1.85:1

Pacific Rim "July 12, 2013" also in IMAX 3D.

Turbo "July 17"

R.I.P.D. "July 19"

Apartment 1303 "July 25, 2013"

The Wolverine (X-Men) "July 26"

The Smurfs 2 July 31, 2013United States1.85:1

Top Cat 3D "Aug. 2"

Percy Jackson & The Olympions: Sea of Monsters "Aug. 7"

Planes "August 9th"

Sharp Date "August 30"

One Direction: this is us "aug. 30"

Jerusalem 3D "Sep. 18"

Battle of the Year: The Dream Team September 20, 2013United StatesSony F3 Cameras & 3ality Technica TS5 Rigs1.85:1

The Little Mermaid 3D "September 20 2013"

The Wizard of OZ 3D "Sep. 20 2013"

Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 September 27, 2013United States2.35:1

Stalingrad October 3, 2013RussiaRed Epic Cameras & 3ality TS5 RigsAlso in IMAX3D in Russia and the CIS.

Metallica: through the never "October 4"

Gravity October 4, 2013Also in IMAX3D.

Dracula 3D "Oct. 4, 2013"

The Young and Prodigious Spivet "October 16, 2013"

Khumba "Oct. 25, 2013"

The Protector 2 "October 23"

Free Birds "nov. 1"

Thor: The Dark World November 8, 2013

Journey to the South Pacific "Nov. 27"

Frozen November 27, 2013United States

Adventures of the Penguin King "Dec. 6"

The Banshee Chapter 3D "Dec. 12"

The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug December 13, 2013New Zealand
United StatesRed Epic Cameras & 3ality TS5 Rigs2.35:1Also in IMAX3D. Filmed at 48 fps.

Walking with Dinosaurs "dec. 20"

47 Ronin December 25, 2013United States

Dhoom 3 "Dec. 25, 2013"

Justin Bieber's Believe 3D "December 25"


More of these are in IMAX then I posted.

 

Here's a Link for a bunch of 2D Movie Trailers for up to half of these 3D Movies: http://the3dguru.blogspot.com/2013/01/list-of-3d-movies-for-2013-trailers.html

Here's a link for 3D Movies of 2014: http://gamrconnect.vgchartz.com/thread.php?id=173039

FALL 2013 IN THE EGYPTIAN THEATER ON HOLLYWOOD BLVD. IN HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA:

 

September 2013, at the Egyptian Theater, their schedule for 3D screenings:

 

SEP6Fri
 
HONDO – 1953, Batjac Prod., 83 min.
7:00 pm
 
HOUSE OF WAX – 1953, Warner Bros., 90 min.
9:30 pm
SEP7Sat
 
THE MAZE — 1953, Allied Artists (Paramount), 80 min.
11:00 am
 
BWANA DEVIL – 1952, MGM (Park Circus), 79 min.
1:15 pm
 
EUROPEAN 3-D CINEMA 1935-1953 – Lecture & 3-D Clip Show
4:30 pm
 
CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON – 1954, Universal, 79 min
7:15 pm
 
JAWS 3-D – 1983, Universal, 99 min.
9:45 pm
SEP8Sun
 
3-D ANIMATION SHOW – 90 minutes
11:00 am
 
ROBINSON CRUSOE (ROBINZON KRUZO) – 1946, 71 min.
2:00 pm
 
MISS SADIE THOMPSON – 1953, Columbia, 91 min.
4:45 pm
 
DIAL M FOR MURDER – 1954, Warner Bros., 105 min.
7:00 pm
 
3-D TRIBUTE TO CHRIS CONDON, DAN SYMMES & RAY ZONE Featuring: THE STEWARDESSES, 1969, 3-D Foundation, 69 min.
9:30 pm
SEP9Mon
 
PHANTOM OF THE RUE MORGUE – 1954, Warner Bros., 83 min.
7:00 pm
 
JIVARO – 1954, Paramount, 92 min.
9:30 pm
SEP10Tue
 
THE GLASS WEB – 1953, Universal, 81 min.
7:00 pm
 
DANGEROUS MISSION – 1954, RKO/Warner Bros., 75 min.
9:45 pm
SEP11Wed
 
GORILLA AT LARGE – 1954, 20th Century Fox, 84 min.
11:00 am
 
DIAMOND WIZARD – 1954, MGM (Park Circus), 83 min
1:15 pm
 
TAZA, SON OF COCHISE – 1954, Universal, 79 min
4:15 pm
 
KISS ME KATE – 1953, MGM/Warner Bros., 109 min.
6:30 pm
 
THE FRENCH LINE – 1954, RKO/Warner Bros., 102 min.
9:45 pm
SEP12Thu
 
INFERNO – 1953, 20th Century Fox, 83 min. Film Noir In 3-D Night!
7:00 pm
 
I, THE JURY – 1953, U.A., 87 min. Film Noir In 3-D Night!
9:30 pm
SEP13Fri
 
WINGS OF THE HAWK – 1953, Universal, 81 min.
3:30 pm
 
IT CAME FROM OUTER SPACE – 1953, Universal, 81 min.
7:00 pm
 
THE MAD MAGICIAN – 1954, Columbia, 72 min.
9:45 pm
SEP14Sat
 
3-D RARITIES SHOW – 90 min.
11:00 am
 
ROBOT MONSTER – 1953, Astor/Wade Williams, 66 min.
3:30 pm
 
DRAGONFLY SQUADRON — 1954, Allied Artists, 82 min.
6:00 pm
 
REVENGE OF THE CREATURE – 1955, Universal, 82 min.
9:00 pm
SEP15Sun
 
SANGAREE – 1953, Paramount, 94 min.
10:30 am
 
THOSE REDHEADS FROM SEATTLE – 1953, Paramount, 90 min.
1:15 pm
 
SECOND CHANCE — 1953, RKO (Warner Bros.), 82 min.
4:30 pm
 
MONEY FROM HOME – 1953, Paramount, 100 min.
6:45 pm
 
CEASE FIRE – 1953, Paramount, 75 min.
9:45 pm


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Okay, I have seen Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters 3D.

I must say that the main actress looks more beautiful in the movie when her face is condensed to a flat 2D image LOL, I'm guessing the opposite is the case for Actress Kat Dennings.

 

The movie did well, but I couldnt help think that there might have been more that they could have done in this particular movie.

But I always crave for more in a movie, with exceptions to such movies as Batman Begins & The Simpsons Movie; and you get the idea by now I hope with those 2 short examples.

And as usual the 3D makes the movie look more crisper than 2D HD does, despite loosing half the resolution, which continues to prove that HD is a gimmick while IMAX also slays HD, but I only saw the 3D HD of this movie (half the resolution, but looks much more crisper then 2D HD with twice the resolution)

It seems from 3D Movies to the Nintendo 3DS with the 3D ON, that 3D continues to always look much more crisper then 2D 1080p HD movies & games. (and the Nintendo 3DS is only 240p I might add)

EDIT:

 

Here are some 2D photos of 3D movies of 2013:

 

 

 

Here are 2D images of this summers 3D Movies of 2013. If you know of any .mpo format images of these 3D movies, then please post them, or give me a Link, thank you.

 



I love your enthusiasm for 3D :)

My opinion is that most movies, particularly those with 3D effects added in post-production, are not really worth it -- especially considering movie tickets are more expensive when the screening is in 3D.

If the movie is designed with 3D in mind, and filmed with 3D cameras, it's a different story. Avatar is the most obvious example. That movie, above all others, proves the usefulness of 3D movie technology. But no one has really built upon its success in the past three years.

*going to be anal and call you out on typing 2K13 instead of 2013*

 

...uhh...ill just put my favorite quote of all time here.

"Welcome to Pain, the second of three...You have dealt the first...now deal with me!!"

I think films are going to do very badly this year. The Avengers series worked, but after that many films with the same exact progression and no substance, people won't be rushing to see any more of them.

So what else do we have? Monsters University should do usual for Pixar but I see no scope for it to be a breakout amazing film. Hobbit will do great of course. I don't see much interest for Jurassic Park. Other than that?



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Soleron said:

I think films are going to do very badly this year. The Avengers series worked, but after that many films with the same exact progression and no substance, people won't be rushing to see any more of them.

So what else do we have? Monsters University should do usual for Pixar but I see no scope for it to be a breakout amazing film. Hobbit will do great of course. I don't see much interest for Jurassic Park. Other than that?

I think Star Trek and Oz will do well at the box office. Hunger Games and Iron Man should rake in some profits, too. I'm not at all confident in The Lone Ranger.

Personally, I'm most excited for The Great Gatsby, Elysium, and Man of Steel.



Veknoid_Outcast said:
Soleron said:

I think films are going to do very badly this year. The Avengers series worked, but after that many films with the same exact progression and no substance, people won't be rushing to see any more of them.

So what else do we have? Monsters University should do usual for Pixar but I see no scope for it to be a breakout amazing film. Hobbit will do great of course. I don't see much interest for Jurassic Park. Other than that?

I think Star Trek and Oz will do well at the box office. Hunger Games and Iron Man should rake in some profits, too. I'm not at all confident in The Lone Ranger.

Personally, I'm most excited for The Great Gatsby, Elysium, and Man of Steel.

Ah, I am also looking forward to Great Gatsby & Man of Steel (Superman) and many others.

In fact this year's Superman movie will easily be the best because Christopher Nolan is one of the writers and also, Brainiac is one of the Villians in this.

But at the end 3D will always do more better then 2D with a fraction of the advertising i.e. Nintendo 3DS vs. all other consoles, LOL.

 

But I think 3D will go the way of audio & color in movies & tv, where it starts out being used like Batman series 1960's (starring Adam West), but go the way of being use like modern day live action shows where they don't even think about it being use anymore even though it's there.



Ssliasil said:
*going to be anal and call you out on typing 2K13 instead of 2013*

 

LOL


Well, 2K means 2000, and 2K13 means 2013.

 

I just want to use something different. I'm sick of living in the 20th century way of talking & commenting & so fort, when we've been living in the 21st Century for 13 years or 12 years now.

 

Besides the English language has always changed drastically every 100 or so years in the past (at least in America), so I don't see why people want to fight the natural evolution of the English language that has been going on for the past 500 or so years non-stop for at least 5 completely different English languages that are practically not recognizable to each other.

 

Have you ever heard 1700 A.D. English, let alone 1500 A.D. English be spoken in an episode of a show like the Simpsons?

But yeah, it's cool if you prefer 20th century (old school style), LOL. I just like new things, because it makes life less boring when it's actually better then the prior.



Veknoid_Outcast said:
I love your enthusiasm for 3D :)

My opinion is that most movies, particularly those with 3D effects added in post-production, are not really worth it -- especially considering movie tickets are more expensive when the screening is in 3D.

If the movie is designed with 3D in mind, and filmed with 3D cameras, it's a different story. Avatar is the most obvious example. That movie, above all others, proves the usefulness of 3D movie technology. But no one has really built upon its success in the past three years.


Well, they are going to reduce the price of 3D movies and increase the price of 2D movies to match and be exactly the same starting later this year. So soon enough, price won't be a factor.

Plus I get a student discount 7 days a week and a Mantinee discount 7 days a week. So I have only paid from $4.75 to $5.25 or $5.75 but they rised the price and now I pay $5.75 to $6.25 a 3D movie........depends on whether it's IMAX or not. The theater is called Rave Theater and they are big like AMC & Mann but not as big though, but close enough I guess, LOL. So Rave Theaters have a lot of locations throughout America.



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