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on Monday, July, 13, 2009 1:58 AM
I'm definitely going to try and make it to that forum. Hopefully, I'll be able to get in. I'm thinking I'll be there a little later because I'm driving in that day too. I guess I could always leave at 12 midnight from the Bay Area or Central Valley to make it bright & early.

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on Tuesday, July, 14, 2009 3:35 PM
aldul Wrote:I saw Up in 3D. The glasses were uncomfortable to wear over my glasses, and they kept falling off my 5 year old daughter's head. My wife, who's prone to migraines, wasn't thrilled with the glasses either.

I'd trade gimmicky effects for more time spent on the actual story any day. Up had a great story, and made us tear up (and laugh) several times. The 3D effect was completely unnecessary and I ended up missing a few scenes because we were wrestling with the glasses.

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on Tuesday, July, 14, 2009 11:01 PM
xalener Wrote:
aldul Wrote:I saw Up in 3D. The glasses were uncomfortable to wear over my glasses, and they kept falling off my 5 year old daughter's head. My wife, who's prone to migraines, wasn't thrilled with the glasses either.

I'd trade gimmicky effects for more time spent on the actual story any day. Up had a great story, and made us tear up (and laugh) several times. The 3D effect was completely unnecessary and I ended up missing a few scenes because we were wrestling with the glasses.

You can always see the 2d version.

It was the showing that best fit our schedule (gotta 5 yr old to think about) and I never saw a 3D movie before. I'll probably look out for a 2D version next time. Even though the glasses were some trouble, some scenes really looked terrific in 3D, and I have to salute Pixar for not filling the movie with things jumping out at the audience. Story remained king!buy viagra onlinehttp://www.bilimselbilisim.com/haberler_detay.aspx?id=42 viagra online


 
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