Lauren Payne Calls A Spade A Spade

Friday, January 20, 2012

Via: Technique Lauren Payne at the Gergia Tech student newspaper “Technique” sums up the 3-D release of Beauty and the Beast and doesn’t pull a lot of punches…

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It Wasn’t The 3-D That Pushed The Lion King To The Top

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Yes indeedy, hot on the heels of it’s fortnight at the top of the US box office (which doesn’t mean much by the way), Disney announced that they…

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So The Lion King Topped the Box Office Again

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

What does this prove? That a 17 year old movie is better than the current offerings? That it’s actually better in 3-D than we ever thought possible? Or…

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Swedish Chef’s Version of 3-D

Monday, June 6, 2011

As explained in The Muppets Take Manhattan: His version might actually be worth the surcharge. Studios take note!

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Here’s How Digital Projectors Will Ruin Animated Films

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Via: Nina Paley’s Blog Last August, I wrote about the wonderful analogue nature of going to the cinema and how the industry has been more resistant than most…

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Technological Advances in Cinema: The Similarities Between Fantasia and 3-D

Friday, January 21, 2011

Via: Trond Lossius (Norwegian sound guy) Yes, I know, 3-D, ugh,it almost makes you want to puke just thinking about it doesn’t it? It does have its proponents…

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TV Cartoons in 3-D: It Would Be Awesome.

Monday, June 7, 2010

I’ve made my thoughts known on 3-D before, but that is in relation to movies, not TV. I’ve come to relize that three is a huge difference between…

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