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    Quote Originally Posted by 93JC View Post
    Gravity. What an awesome movie. I don't know if other people feel the same way but I feel a sort of high after I've seen a really good movie. I feel great right now.
    So please don't tell me any spoilers, but I have a question about that movie. Do you have to watch it on the big screen and in 3D or whatever for it to be enjoyable (it another Avatar?) or do you think it would be worth it to just watch it at home? Basically, I want to know if I can be a cheapass and just watch it online when it goes to home release/Netflix/whatever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyGeek View Post
    So please don't tell me any spoilers, but I have a question about that movie. Do you have to watch it on the big screen and in 3D or whatever for it to be enjoyable (it another Avatar?) or do you think it would be worth it to just watch it at home? Basically, I want to know if I can be a cheapass and just watch it online when it goes to home release/Netflix/whatever.
    I think this is a movie where, in order to fully appreciate it, you should see it on a big screen. That's not to say it wouldn't be enjoyable at home (it's still a very good story) but seeing it on a big screen would give you a better appreciation for the scale of the production.

    I'm definitely not a fan of 3D, I think it's a gimmick and an excuse to charge more for a ticket, but in this case it's relatively subtle and well executed.


    For the record I've seen it twice now, once on an IMAX screen and once on a smaller screen using a RealD 3D projection system. In my experience the IMAX presentation was not appreciably better, so in the interest of cost-savings I wouldn't seek it out and pay a premium for it.

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    Gravity gets better as your screen gets bigger and more high-def. IMAX and/or 3-D are best because you want to be 100% immersed in this film. Not just for the special effects -- but so you can feel as much empathy with the main character as you possibly can.
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    Woke up to a gloriously cold and rainy day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by senza tema View Post
    Woke up to a gloriously cold and rainy day.
    I love those kind of days! More the reason to stay in and uh, not do much, hehe. Ok, I lie, much hot cocoa and thinking/reading.

    I received a PM from a forum member who really appreciated a post I made and the affirmation made me feel so warm and fuzzy that I was this close |--| to morphing into a fuzzy care bear. Quite invigorating frankly.
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    I absolutely love the TV show Millennium but I think I just discovered what is my favourite or perhaps tied for first place favourite episode of it, which is called "The Curse of Frank Black" in which the title character may or may not have been haunted by a ghost of someone he apprehended and the devil himself.

    I actually love the less spiritualistic or supernaturalistic episodes of this series and the earlier ones in which when the supernaturalistic themes ARE there they are handled in a manner which may or may not truly be supernaturalistic, they could be explained some other way.

    This episode is also a Halloween episode and I like Halloween a lot.

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    (Or at least, whatever a nap, duct tape, and/or WD-40 can't fix)
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    you?

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