There's a heated debate going on right now among cinéastes about the proper way to see Gravity. Some say that the very best way to experience Alfonso Cuarón's incredibly intense space epic is by catching the 3D version.
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Every once in a great while, a metaphorical story comes along that captures the human experience in such a perfect way that it becomes an eternal classic.
Flying Swords of Dragon Gate is the first Tsui Hark film to be shot in Imax 3D, starring Jet Li. Okay, stop salivating and sit back down, we've got work to do.
Cameron is like a good sports referee. If he or she is doing a good job, you don't notice the referee. It's when a referee makes a mistake that he or she becomes most noticeable.
Don't tell anyone, but dreams do come true. I had a one-night stand Monday night with Tahiti and I didn't need to pack a bag. I dropped into the world premiere of The Ultimate Wave Tahiti.
Don't be surprised if Iron Man 2 makes a last-minute 3D switch to compliment its IMAX release, as well as pretty much every action/adventure tent-pole you can think of for the next few years.
The reason I'm optimistic about 3D this time around is that the greatest storytellers of our time -- Tim Burton, Peter Jackson and Steven Spielberg -- are embracing the format.
With this IMAX film, we are trying to introduce viewers to the wonderful marine life of the Indo Pacific.
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