Posts Tagged ‘3D’
Joseph Gordon-Levitt stars as Philippe Petit in Tri-Star Pictures' "The Walk" — director Robert Zemeckis's 3-D depiction of Petit's legendary walk between the World Trade Center towers.

The Walk

Although cartoonish qualities sometimes belie its confidence, “The Walk” stands solidly on its own as a thoughtful, crowd-pleasing complement to “Man on Wire.”

Jurassic Park 3D

It's Jurassic Park. What more could you want?


Texas Chainsaw

There's always gristle in these meat slabs. At least this installment cuts around it to serve something surprisingly digestible, as cheapie-roadside films go.
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The Good, The Bad, and The Schlocky

I laughed. I cried. I shamelessly applauded. "The Good, The Bad, and The Schlocky": An annual review of schlock cinema in 2012.

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One of the more engaging films of the year, "Hugo" is a wondrous journey into a fully realized world
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Dolphin Tale

A syrupy-sweet, boy-meets-aquatic-mammal film, "Dolphin Tale" won't surprise you, but you'll enjoy it anyway.

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Tron: The Original Classic

It's still a silly, dated old yarn, but it's looking 20 years younger on Blu-ray.

Jackass 3D

The unexpectedly awesome 3D loses much of its luster in the at-home version, but "Jackass 3D" is still often gaspingly funny.

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Between Then and Now: the Evolution of Special and Visual Effects In Film

A look back at how special and visual effects have changed the cinematic landscape, from Tron to Tron: Legacy.
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Tron Legacy

Sprawling, bloated, and confusing, "Tron Legacy" does live up to the legend of its predecessor and, like its big brother, is a visual juggernaut.

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Mark me down in the "pleasantly surprised" category.

Jackass 3D

Though its material is aging in ways its Peter Pan performers reject, "Jackass 3D" is still gaspingly funny and the best fully live-action digital 3D film yet.

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Despicable Me

Fun, snappy and cute, with the best use of 3D in any film since "Avatar."

Toy Story 3

Will Pixar please just make a bad film already?