Discussion in 'Transformers News and Rumors' started by caldo15, Jun 3, 2011.
‘Transformers 3′: Most Incredible 3D Experience Since ‘Avatar’ | Screen Rant
I'm pretty sure this is a new review on the footage, anyone else see this before today?
I'm definitely seeing this one in IMAX 3D! Time go faster!
Man, I am so pumped for this movie. It's been nothing but positive feedback from previews and screenings, and now to have a reviewer say it might have even better VFX than Avatar (which I thought was superb in 3D) is just another reason to get excited.
I have no problem believing it. I saw the 3D trailer before Thor and I was already amazed.
Yeah. I'm pretty amazed at the feedback so far.
Bay arguably had an uphill battle to win over critics after ROTF, and it looks like he rose to the challenge.
And odds are this is the same sizzle reel the Botcongoers will see, too. So that'll be interesting.
This is going to be the first time I see a 3D movie in theaters. I'm stoked.
SCrew IMAX the new AVX theatres make 3d look awesome. I hated 3D before AVX because it was blurry and pulled me out of the movie. Now with AVX it is so crisp you forget you are watching 3D because you don't get pulled out of the movie.
I will admit I am not a fan of movie one or two but this one just feel different. It has me excited that I may actually see a story in a TF film lol.
Good to hear the 3d will be epic.
Pesonally i hope the theater i work at gets DOTM in "D-BOX"
imagine it....motion simulation Seats "AND" 3D!!!!
if not....then the AVX Theater is the next best thing
Ah that site is blocked here.
I saw the 3D trailer and while I'm normally not a big fan of 3D I have to say that at least in the trailer the 3D looked way better than most 3D I've seen so far. The lighting just seemed so much better than other 3D films and the shots looked like they were composed to really capture what 3D can do.
Fingers crossed for the bar getting raised on 3D by this film. Far too many bad uses of 3D out there so if it's going to thrive they need people who can make 3D look worth the extra price per ticket.
This is why being wrong is sometimes awesome. Because it means something is better, no worse than you thought it would be. Positive feed back, the nod from James Cameron (I have an appalling bias here, admitedly), and best use of a teaser that actally teases the audience.
Come on Mr. Bay, make me eat my words of doubt with a large serving of humble pie.
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