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Sunglasses at a movie?

By ms3001
Written April 14, 2013
First, let me say that my 13 year-old son enjoyed the Jurassic Park 3D and when I discussed it with him afterward, he didn't not have anything negative to say about the movie. I am old enough to be my son's grandfather, so you can take this critique with that in mind. Movies are created more with someone my son's age than mine. With all of the technology available to us today, I do not think that 3D has advanced since the original "House of Wax" in the 1960's when I hit my head on the back of my seat when the villian of the movie threw a burning torch at me and I tried to duck. The glasses were made of paper back then and one lense was green and the other was red. The shades they have us wear nowadays loses some of the background and I had the feeling that most of the movie was filmed at twilight. As I said, I'm old and maybe it's my cataracts. I had watched Jurassic Park before and I was ready for it. Unfortunately the previous viewing years ago made the movie rather borin
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3D was better than expected

By fxmldr999
Written July 26, 2014
I was pleasantly suprised with the 3D conversion since the original movie wasn't filmed in 3D. Obviously it won't compare to Avatar but it wasn't like a lot of the converted films where the 3D only goes back into the screen. There were several places where things came into the theater and had me wondering how they did it. If you're a fan of the orignal movie then it's well worth going to see it again on the big screen.
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If you saw it originally you should see it again

By Rakura
Written October 21, 2014
It should be known that it was to be expected that the 3D experience was limited for me... Having said this I really feel like I had a pair of dirty glasses or something so that could have effected my experience. What did affect my experience was the sound, I swear I was watching it on my TV so that kinda ruined most of the experience.. I'm sorry but when the T-rex roars I want my seat shaking >.It should be known that it was to be expected that the 3D experience was limited for me... Having said this I really feel like I had a pair of dirty glasses or something so that could have effected my experience. What did affect my experience was the sound, I swear I was watching it on my TV so that kinda ruined most of the experience.. I'm sorry but when the T-rex roars I want my seat shaking >.< If you saw it when it originally came out and remember it, seeing all the technology that was used in the movie and how outdated it is was pretty funny.
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AWESOME!

By delirious_13
Written April 15, 2013
This movie was awesome! My husband and I enjoyed it so much. I had never seen this movie in theater, only on a tv. It's one of my favorites movies and to see it on the big screen is great, then for it to be 3D is even better.
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Worth It

By karl.goebel@gmail.com
Written October 29, 2014
Even though I have all three Jurassic Park movies (in VHS) I just had to check out the 3D version. Though it's not a real 3D, the effects are there after being remastered. Sound is good but a home system with lots of bass can do the same thing. Worth going to see especially if you can get a matinee as a senior to save some money.
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