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TT3D Film #4013
21/04/11 09:04 PM
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Mark J.Cairns Offline OP
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Way off the usual topics, but just out of the film documentary "TT3D: CLOSER TO THE EDGE".

You wanna see real-life "mad men"... go see this film

Trailer:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vn1YB7fk8eg

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Re: TT3D Film [Re: Mark J.Cairns] #4016
25/04/11 09:53 AM
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Ive seen reviews of this in a lot of movie mags Mark and would love to see it. Knowing our local cinema though, it will be one of those films where only certain cinemas are showing it and having to travel somewhere else to watch it.

Im also one of these who just loves 3D. Ever since seeing the Special Edition of Avatar at IMAX 3D in Melbourne i will always try and see movies in 3D if possible. Going to see Thor in about 3 hours time. I will try and catch TT3D though.

TT3D Film [Re: wayne1138] #4017
25/04/11 02:30 PM
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Yeah, TT3D is class in 3D. Big beautiful, hi-def 3D slo-mo's of Guy Martin racing up the Mountain on the Island, Top Gear-style is amazing.


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Re: TT3D Film [Re: Mark J.Cairns] #4022
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Just got back from seeing it Mark. Thought i was going to have to travel far to see it but then our local cinema had showings of it late at night.

Loved every minute of it, although im sure it will lose some of its glory on a home cinema system.

Its strange how some films seem to shine in 3D (Avatar, Hubble 3D, Ghosts Of The Abyss and TT3D) yet some films that should really blow you away dont, namely Clash Of The Titans (I know this was a conversion), TRON: Legacy (a bit dissapointing) and now THOR which would have been fine in 2D Its weird??

Recommend TT3D though. It looks and sounds great and is always at its best when you're watching a bike doing nearly 200 MPH and then of course the accidents. Sheesh!!!

TT3D Film [Re: wayne1138] #4024
30/04/11 11:21 AM
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Glad you liked it.

Conor Cummins smash was mind-blowing from the heli-cam. It's the first time any of us have seen it (even the Beeb didn't have that footage). Both he and Guy Martin are all racing again in the North West 200 here in Northern Ireland in May. 5-times TT winner, Ian Hutchinson hasn't been as lucky smash-wise and his broken leg still hasn't healed enough to race.

Yeah, you're the second person that hasn't liked THOR in 3D either.



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Re: TT3D Film [Re: Mark J.Cairns] #4025
30/04/11 02:21 PM
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Yep THOR in 3d was down right awful.

I was so looking forward to this movie as Marvel are finally bringing the big guns to the screen of their heroes, THOR being a big one.

Thanks to the sucess of Iron Man it has paved way for the others to have thier chance at the big screen.

With all this much hyped 3d experiance for THOR I was like a kid waiting in the que to get my ticket thats how excited I was about THOR.

When it came to which screen, the 3d or standard, we jumped at 3d thinking we were in for a treat, WRONG!.

Now the film itself is mighty impressive, the casting superb, the special effects and all the visuals are stunning, the film had a good pace of story telling, action, and humour, everything you expect from a Marvel film, toally awsome, but the actual 3d experiance was dreadful.

I saw no actual benifit to having paid 8 to watch it in 3d, I should have gone to the stanard 2d screen next to it instead.

Given the hype I was expecting something big in 3d, while the film itelf delivered in every way but one it's 3d tag.

Such a shame, I never got to see Tron Legacy in 3d so I honestly cant say what that was like, but I loved the blu-ray, man that was some show!.

Daft Punk rule!.

I know many got to see Avatar in this whole 3d wonder, I sadly didnt, but will definately catch the second one, see how the master acutally does it.

So yep THOR 2D awsome, THOR 3D not so awsome!.

Re: TT3D Film [Re: SuperWolf3000] #4027
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Yeah, dont get me wrong folks with my message, THOR is the best Marvel movie to date. It just has something for everybody and Chris Hemsworth is a revelation in the title role. Cant wait for ANY sequels to these Marvel movies and looking forward so much to Captain America and then The Avengers

With this whole 3D thing, i think with Avatar we were spoiled with how good it CAN be. The world of Avatar was designed for 3D where as most other films are just, meh, in 3D. I would like to say that it didnt detract or ruin THOR in any way but you come out thinking 'Was that really worth paying an extra 2 pounds or more to see it in 3D??' and recently i have been thinking 'No, it isnt'.

I cant recommend THOR enough and i will definately go see it again.

Was also thinking would an Airwolf movie be necessary in 3D, and the answer is 'No!!!'. It wouldnt need it and the action sequences would look so more 'real' in just a normal theatrical 2D version. Any reason to release it in 3D would be just a financial one.

Lastly, im a HUGE movie lover and i know some people HATE 3D. BUT, you do get the choice to see either 2D or 3D versions and in a way, studios have been looking for a way to combat film piracy and i think they have found it by releasing movies in 3D. You just wouldnt get the same effect on a shitty copy (i detest film piracy with a vengeance) as you would with watching a film in 3D at the cinema. Would Avatar really have taken as much money as it did if it HADNT been released in 3D?? It would have ended up being copied left right and centre like most other films, but because it completely changed the way we watch films, EVERYONE went to see it and thats why it was so successful.

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Re: TT3D Film [Re: wayne1138] #4031
01/05/11 05:25 PM
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Dude I totally get what your saying!, yeah man for sure THOR is by far next to the Iron Man's their greatest achievment as a fully functioning studio.

Im really impressed with Marvel Studios work, with them setting this studio division up it allows them to have more creative control over the picture and make the kind of films the fans would dream of seeing.

Quite risky as their first two releases were Iron Man and The Incredible Hulk, with Iron Man they werent sure how it would go as its not as a well known property general public wise, but Iron Man was huge man, largely thanks to director Jon Favreau and his belief in finding his leading man Robert Downey Jr, who could have predicted what Iron Man would go onto do.

The safe properties were always Spierman and X-Men with Marvel, am so glad they are now venturing out and bringing more to the table, Marvel has such a long legacy of outstanding material that is just waiting to be made into films.

Really pleased Nic Cage is getting another crack at Ghost Rider, I really enjoyed the first one, cant wait for the second one to come out.

As with THOR, yeah totally, I loved the film itself from start to finish I found it re-freshing and everything I had hoped, the script was well written and thought the cast really brought it to life, Chris Hemsworth was such a breath of fresh air, he captured the essence of THOR, he is THOR!.

Im so happy they went with Chris Hemsworth and not re-cast another actor who has already been a super hero. Thats really my only gripe with Captain America in having Chris Evans who was The Human Torch in The Fantastic Four films play him.

I have nothing against the guy at all, he went and read for the part and got it, I have no problem with that at all, but just would have liked them to go futher a field and look for someone.

Well Chris Hemsworth will be reprising his role for The Avengers, cant wait for that, but they are bound to do THOR sequels, they have to.

The 3d itself I was really dissapointed with, I sadly never got to see Avatar at the cinema. I did get to see Drive Angry 3d and thought it was pretty good film wise and 3d wise also.

As for the takings on Avatar, thats another question as to what the film would have made if it were 2d etc.

The film below Avatar which was a 2d film and that was The Dark Knight.

As Mark will acknowledge I love film, every aspect of the film process, I study history of what films have achieved. 3d I havent experianced much, have nothing against it, but unless it really calls for it is there a point?.

Avatar yes, big special effects heavy films totally, The Martrix would have been great.

As for all these dance movies all in 3d, musicals etc, ordinary films looking to rake in the extra cash, I dont like, that Step Up 3d, like what benifit seeing people break dance in 3d?. Cant think of any.

One film maker I know isnt following suite and thats Chris Nolan, he isnt shooting The Dark Knight Rises in 3d, he's pushing the process in another direction that will serve his films better and I admire Nolan for not jumping on the band wagon and doing what everyone else is doing.

He didnt do it with Inception and majority of films that year had 3d elements, he stuck to his guns and made Inception his way, cool cat.

Nolan by far the greatest film maker of today, just cant wait to see what he does with Batman and his producing duites on Superman.

So can be rest assured The Dark Knight Rises wont be a 3d film, it will be something else, Nolan style.

Lets not forget Iron Man 3, Shane Black is sitting in the directors chair this time, now this is going to be interesting!.

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Re: TT3D Film [Re: SuperWolf3000] #4046
13/06/11 05:17 PM
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I am too much of a big girls blouse to watch TT3D. I don't want to get interested in bikes. Too fast, scary, and tempting. Only time I had a go on one was, fortunately, in a large field - I sat on, let the clutch out and went zooming off uncontrollably, clinging on to the throttle, accelerating straight to the scene of the accident - a hedge blush. It caused much amusement to those around. idiot

So I'll pass on TT:3D, but T2:3D.....I wouldn't mind seeing that thumbs.


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Re: TT3D Film [Re: Mark J.Cairns] #4118
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I liked Sanctum in 3D. On a 2004 cruise aboard Carnival I decided to go scuba diving in Cozumel; once I certified(PADI) I wanted to expand to my open water dive card, no interest that high up. 3D brought out the tension the exp. divers went through on the dive; kept me on the edge of my seat!


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