3D Conversion

Discussion in 'Ant-Man' started by Khonshu, Jul 14, 2015.

  1. Khonshu Registered

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    Any word on how it looks/works? This film looks like a PERFECT 3D film, but I'm not a huge fan of 3D if it's shoddy - like the dim and dismal "Clash of the Titans" sequel...
     
  2. Dave McFly TAKE THAT!!

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    like most conversions its more of a depth thing than IN YOUR FACE thing, the stuff that really shines is when he is in his ant size like when flying on the ant or when he is
    in the sub atomic world
     
  3. Macho Mantis Registered

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    I thought the 3D worked great!
     
  4. Narosian Registered

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    same here
     
  5. third3ye Registered

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    Saw this in both 2D and 3D. The 3D conversion was actually pretty darn good, there weren't any scenes that were poorly done, and I have a very low tolerance for poor 3D movies.
     
  6. Dave McFly TAKE THAT!!

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    yeah I agree but as I said it really looked great when they were in ant size mode, even bits like when Scott ran down the barrel of the guard's pistol etc.
     
  7. DaddlerTheDalek Starship Captain

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    Same here too.
     
  8. Khonshu Registered

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    Saw it in 3D and I really liked it. As I said, I'm not usually a 3D guy, so it was a nice surprise. I'd recommend that you see it in 3D if you haven't yet...
     
  9. Dark Raven The Gal from Themyscira

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    I honestly don't remember anything specifically 3D that really stood out. Not any 3D effects that would seem to fly towards you or float in front of your eyes.
     
  10. scatterax Presented in Technicolor

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    My favorite 3d scene was the tub sequence. The 3d effects really added a lot of impact.
     

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