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Discussion in 'Movies/TV' started by Starkiller, Dec 26, 2009.

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  1. FishFearMe

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    Saw the movie with the kids yesterday in 3-d.
    Truly is a visual spectacle. That being said, the storyline struck me as a straight translation of "Dances with Wolves" into an interstellar story.
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  2. avvie

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    "Dances With Wolves"? Looks like friggin' Pocahontas to me.

    I get that it's a visual masterpiece and all that, but pare it down to 90 minutes or less and lose the silly love story and maybe I'll be interested.
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  3. Lord_Drist

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    Thought so too, but the movie looks amazing. Like ST said is a must see in 3D.
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  4. Gunny

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    Go to IMAX.
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  5. Gunny

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    If only it was RollTide
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  6. And the decade is almost up...
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  7. Gunny

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    I believe it is predicted RollTide will agree with you December 2012...
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  8. Not sure how to compare the IMAX 3D version with the normal 3D, but I saw it at a normal theater (Bellevue 12). Still great.
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  9. So THAT's what the Mayans were predicting...
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  10. Alpha-Centuri

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    i watched it yesterday at Hollywood 27 (100 Oaks) in 3D. We were gonna go out to Opry Mills but decided not to so I can't speak on IMAX but it was absolutely great. Its definitely one of those must-sees simply for the experience alone.
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