Is it worth watching Harry Potter Deathly hallows in 3d?
Is it worth watching Harry Potter The Deathly Hallows in 3d? After watching the Deathly Hallows Part 2 in 3d I think it really depends on how much more you have to pay for the 3d experience.
Here’s what you get if you watch it in 3d. You get to see Daniel Radcliffe as Harry Potter and Emma Watson as Hermione close up along with Rupert Grint as Ron. As the movie wasn’t filmed in 3d, what you are actually seeing is a 2d film that is painstakingly slowly converted into a 3d mode so that there is depth perception of the scenes.
Watching it in 3D means however that you can watch all the spell effects up close. Or rather watch it feeling that the spells are really taking place before your eyes. In one part the professors of Hogwarts gather together to layer protective spells on the school and it forms a giant bubble of defensive magic around the entire place. With 3d glasses you can really see the shimmer effect come out as if it was really happening.
When spell fights are taking place you can also see objects come out from the screen towards you. Things from ashes to broomsticks although to a lesser extent.
Ultimately however it depends on how much you would want to pay for this effect. If 3d is expensive in your area then you may as well give it a pass. If it isn’t too much of an additional cost then you might consider it, as you probably wouldn’t be able to watch it in 3d until you buy a 3d television or 3d laptop to watch the blu ray on in the far future like for the first part of Harry Potter 7.
After all the Deathly Hallows is also the last time you’ll see Harry Potter, Hermione and Ron since it is the last in the series. It might be worth trying something different for just one time!
And after that they’ll probably release a blu ray disc or dvd with all the cut scenes for that extra last bits of magic from the world of Hogwarts school of wizardry.