Star Wars, Titanic and Conan the Barbarian are all being converted to 3D and re-released. Do you think studios should do this to much-loved films? What classic movie would you like to see in 3D?
To be honest I'm not that bothered by 3D...I think it will all get more interesting when they launch this 3D without glasses thing I've heard about. I appreciate that it makes films look a bit different, but call me a bore if you like - you can't get better than the good old days when five hundred men in a field weren't CGI'd or digitally altered but were in fact five hundred cold, wet and miserable actors...No amount of altering can buy a good, authentic reaction shot.
o they didnt tell you they have to inject a chemical into your eyes inorder for you to see 3d without glasses.
by klarawieck6 years ago
Every Monday night it's Classic Movie Night at my house. The only condition is that the film must be at least fifty years old. Last night I watched "Just Call Me Madam" which is a musical written by Irving...
by Steven Escareno7 years ago
Now that the early 21st century is coming to an end as we head into the 2010's era. i would like for you all to list your top 10 films that were released during the decade (2000-2009), and to explain why you think...
by spookyfox6 years ago
I found this game to be quite addictive and thought I'd share:http://famousobjectsfromclassicmovies.com/I got 53 right and 48 wrong, which I'm guessing shouldn't be too hard to beat.
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