I saw Hugo. I found it boring, and the 3D wasn't very special to me, even though I'd read rave reviews of it.Ryouma said:You should have seen Hugo which is in my opinion, the best and surprisingly great 3D experience so far. But I'll also see Prom in a regular format.
I'm really just not interested in the technology. For a presumably suspenseful movie like this, I think I'd find it distracting.Oburi said:Wasn't Prometheus shot specifically for 3d and not converted after? I think if you guys saw the trailer in 3d you would want to watch the whole that way unless its a principle thing.
Amen. Hopefully the 3D in this case will be used intelligently (to add depth...not that you need to). I don't need to see alien tentacles floating in front of my face.Walter said:I'm really just not interested in the technology. For a presumably suspenseful movie like this, I think I'd find it distracting.
During the Thunder game, right? I caught it too. My first thought after watching it was "I hope nobody on SK.net saw that." It was stuffed full of spoilers. They definitely don't want you to be surprised by anything in the film.Johnstantine said:I won't bother posting it because of how much shit has been released for the movie, but a recent TV spot shows the fucking big dude and just how the facehugger-esque thing does its, well, thing.
Yeah, they actually showed it downtown as well. So everyone go to see it on the fucking big screen with the sound blasting through the streets. I didn't really have a fucking option at that point.The Good Reverend Skeleton said:During the Thunder game, right? I caught it too. My first thought after watching it was "I hope nobody on SK.net saw that." It was stuffed full of spoilers. They definitely don't want you to be surprised by anything in the film.
Lucky man.NightCrawler said:Fortunately, i've been avoiding that last trailer (and everything after it) like the plague.
It might actually look nice. It's easy to downgrade to a different format. Upgrading? Well, I imagine you've seen the results...IncantatioN said:Lucky man.
Booked my ticket - June 06, late Thursday night, first screening of the movie, IMAX 3D at the biggest IMAX screen in the city. Another thing that struck me was that RC shot the movie in 3D. I don't know how much of a difference the conversion to 2D would make.
If you really want a comparison viewing for Prometheus AksaC I suggest seeing the film in standard format before seeing it in IMAX.aksaC said:I am crushing so hard on this movie! The more I read, the more I want to see it! The question really is IMAX or no IMAX?
Which is why the marketing for Prometheus has been confusing The promotional packets have been smartGriffith said:Even the poster spoils the movie!
If their marketing department handled Star Wars it would be the Death Star exploding on the poster.
What, it's not a spoiler because they spoiled it already? That spoiler was sooo last trailer?hellrasinbrasin said:The above poster isn't so much a spoiler as it represents material from the trailers that have been released.
It would probably be about the same as seeing the parts of the Dark Knight that were shot in IMAX -- barely noticeable. Actually, it made it look a lot better. That is, of course, if you're talking about the regular IMAX camera. The 3D IMAX camera probably looks just as good, if not better.IncantatioN said:I wonder how a movie shot in IMAX fares when it's converted to 2D. My only guess is converting any format to something else will have more cons than pros.
Uh huh, and probably best to not to issue mealy mouthed apologizes, however lightly (can't fool me ), for all this preview content we shouldn't have to avoid. BTW, here's the Prometheus team's take on another classic poster:Oburi said:I actually really like that poster. Makes it seem like more campy old school sci-fi flick. Like a Mass Effect cover or something. But idk, nobody has seen the movie so nobody can really say how much is being spoiled can they. Best to just play it safe and not watch anything new though.
Griffith "How Many Times have I told you that The Emperor does NOT want Lord Vader left unsupervised at the Cantina. Don't you realize every time you leave your post Vader is knocking up another one of Jabba's dancers."Griffith said:Uh huh, and probably best to not to issue mealy mouthed apologizes, however lightly (can't fool me ), for all this preview content we shouldn't have to avoid. BTW, here's the Prometheus team's take on another classic poster:
WHOA! I GOTTA SEE THAT!
Modern advertising at its finest. NO SPOILERS HERE! Seriously, because of Episodes I, II, and III. People just wouldn't have known it wasn't a spoiler at the time. We have to think 4th dimensionally about the spoiler time continuum. Maybe Ridley Scott is going to make another prequel that reveals everything this movie will reveal chronologically before this film reveals it, so nothing they show now can really be spoilers! Who is to say?
Me. It's fucking spoilers. =)