Giants Of The Pantagonia

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Knoted4ever
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Giants Of The Pantagonia

Postby Knoted4ever » Wed, Aug 08 2007, 09:30 PM

Seven Bridges in Woodridge (on Route 53) has superb 3D movies which are well worth the trip! Take the kids and have a blast! Giants of the Pantagonia would be a magnificent film. In a couple of years, DreamWorks will have all of their films in such 3D formats at all theaters; get into it sooner than the slothful masses! http://www.bigmoviezone.com/txshows/the ... l?uniq=482
Tom P.
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Re: Giants Of The Pantagonia

Postby Babbman » Thu, Aug 09 2007, 05:46 AM

Jenny and I saw Harry Potter last weekend in IMAX with the fight scene at the end in 3D. It was really pretty cool....

Chris (aka Babbman)

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Re: Giants Of The Pantagonia

Postby Knoted4ever » Thu, Aug 09 2007, 09:30 PM

IMAX has a lot of movies, over the years, that are totally in quality 3D. It's a lot like the difference between black and white and color films. Polar Express, for example, was totally in 3D... including many nature and dinosaur oriented movies that we've seen; most all of them were incredible! :mrblue:
Tom P.

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