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  • Nightmare Before Christmas 3D - See it or Skip it?

    How is this movie in 3D. Is it worth it to see it in theaters?

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    I really enjoyed it and traveled a round trip of ten hours to see it.
    What an idiot....

    Yeah, I do that Twitter thing.

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      Re: Nightmare Before Christmas 3D - See it or Skip it?

      How's the 3D itself?

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        Originally posted by Disney Bacon View Post
        How's the 3D itself?
        Different, but very good. It is used more to add depth to the scenes than have stuff shoot out at the audience.

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          Re: Nightmare Before Christmas 3D - See it or Skip it?

          Is the depth very good?

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            Re: Nightmare Before Christmas 3D - See it or Skip it?

            Yes.

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              Sweet, I'll go see it this weekend if everyone's saying it's good.

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                OOOOHHHHH!!! It's playing at my favorite movie theatre in Pinellas Park! :yea:

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                  Re: Nightmare Before Christmas 3D - See it or Skip it?

                  I'm not a fan of 3-D movies but I'm going to go watch it
                  "Go confidently in the direction of your dreams! Live the life you've imagined." -Henry David Thoreau

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                    It's "see it" for me. I love seeing Nightmare Before Christmas in the theaters the best. Back when it first came out. I have seen it for like six times. It is a very addicting movie to me.
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                      Re: Nightmare Before Christmas 3D - See it or Skip it?

                      does it have the same type of 3d effects as meet the robinsons?
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                        Re: Nightmare Before Christmas 3D - See it or Skip it?

                        Originally posted by Disney Bacon View Post
                        How is this movie in 3D. Is it worth it to see it in theaters?
                        Personally, I LOVE to watch classic movies on the Big Screen; for the same reason that we catch the AFI Series at the Arclight every Wednesday (well, not again until after the first of the year: halted for the AFI Fest and the Holidays), we LOVE to watch the Disney Classics at the El Capitan. "Nightmare Before Christmas" does not have a great many of the typical "3-D Effects" (as the movie was not originally made in 3-D), but the depth of field is enhanced, and the movie is pristine - How better than to enjoy it on the Big Screen, with great sound, and with your 3-D glasses?!

                        However, I am also of the opinion that "If you HAVE to 'ask', then maybe it's not for you..."; if "Nightmare Before Christmas" is not already one of your favorite holiday treats, then there is certainly nothing in the 3-D Presentation that is going to suddenly turn you into a fan...

                        "Why should I go see 'Gone With The Wind' / 'Citizen Kane' / 'Mutiny On The Bounty' / 'Casablanca' on the Big Screen? It's an old movie, and I (think that I...) already saw it..."

                        It doesn't matter when you get to experience all classic movies, only that you do - at some time in your life.
                        "I've got the heart of a child..." - I keep it in a box, next to my bed...

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                          Re: Nightmare Before Christmas 3D - See it or Skip it?

                          I enjoy Nightmare Before Christmas, but I have the movie. Will the 3D add to the experience well enough to go ahead with the 9 dollar ticket of a movie?

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                            Re: Nightmare Before Christmas 3D - See it or Skip it?

                            Originally posted by Disney Bacon View Post
                            I enjoy Nightmare Before Christmas, but I have the movie. Will the 3D add to the experience well enough to go ahead with the 9 dollar ticket of a movie?
                            If you are this concerned about the money spent then don't bother. The 3D is nice, but if you do not enjoy seeing films on the big screen enough to pay the money than the I really doubt the 3D will do anything for you. It is the same film, it just doesn't look flat anymore.

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                              Re: Nightmare Before Christmas 3D - See it or Skip it?

                              Is this movie playing in downtown disney?

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                                Seeing a movie you love on the big screen is always worth a ticket to see over and over again.

                                However, if you don't care enough for a movie, you're not going to feel any added benefit.

                                As for the stereo rendering of the movie -- still needs a LOT of work, but it's decent enough. General depth isn't the issue of the film, it's an issue of depth in the right places.
                                -Tim

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                                  Re: Nightmare Before Christmas 3D - See it or Skip it?

                                  The 3d here is not your normal, run of the mill 3d movie. It is like Meet the Robinson's. The 3d adds real depth to the images. It is like looking through a window at a real world rather than at a flat screen with 3d images projected on it.

                                  It is worth seeing it at least once in the theater in 3d. We are making it a Halloween tradition to go see it every year because we love the movie.

                                  Our revels now are ended. These our actors, As I foretold you, were all spirits and Are melted into air, into thin air: And, like the baseless fabric of this vision, The cloud-capp'd towers, the gorgeous palaces, The solemn temples, the great globe itself, Yea, all which it inherit, shall dissolve And, like this insubstantial pageant faded, Leave not a rack behind. We are such stuff As dreams are made on, and our little life Is rounded with a sleep. mycroft16 on Twitter

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                                    Re: Nightmare Before Christmas 3D - See it or Skip it?

                                    The big difference between a 2-D cartoon like Meet The Robinsons or Chicken Little is that they are 2-D flat cartoon paitings, whereas Nightmare is already sort of 3-D using fully formed and rounded figures. The 3-D plays well with that and the depth is great. It doesn't look like cardboard flats like Chicken Little did. I didn't get to see Robinsons in 3-D but I knew that one was made for both formats, and Chicken Little was a decision made after the film was started.

                                    Basically, if you like Nightmare Before Christmas, the 3-D makes it seem even better. I plan to go to the El Capitan in Hollywood.
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                                      Re: Nightmare Before Christmas 3D - See it or Skip it?

                                      This IMO is the absolutely best movie to see in 3D. It was released about 15 years ago as a 2D movie and I doubt their intention at that time was to turn it into a 3D film. So thankfully the 3D version is without gags or gimmicks spliced in there solely to enhance the 3D experience, which many films -- including to some extent Meet the Robinsons -- utilize mainly to increase ticket sales.

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                                        Re: Nightmare Before Christmas 3D - See it or Skip it?

                                        I saw NBC 3-D last year at El Capitan.

                                        It was awesome.
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