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Pacific Rim Uprising (Pacific Rim 2)

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Steven S. DeKnight directs Pacific Rim Uprising, the sequel to the epic action-adventure Pacific Rim which Guillermo del Toro created in 2013. With a script penned by Zak Penn, Jon Spaights and Guillermo del Toro, Pacific Rim Uprising will introduce new characters and Jaegers as they combat an evolved Kaiju threat once again for Humanity's survival.

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Posted Sep-15-2012 12:37 PM

What are the members thoughts towards Pacific Rim being 3D?

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5 Responses to Thoughts On It Being 3D?

Chris

Sep-15-2012 1:14 PM

I think it's a fad that will soon come to pass. Most movie-goers don't appreciate the 3D for many reasons. The 3D glasses get annoying to wear and some people can't see 3D at all because it can give certain people seizures. I know why they go for 3D though - more money. A 3D film charges so much more than a standard 2D. Maybe in the future when they get the "Virtual 3D" working, where you don't need glasses at all, then maybe it will have more of an impact on film enthusiasts, but right now, having to wear the glasses and pay extra it's just not worth it in my opinion. Now, that being said, will I go see Pacific Rim in 3D? You bet I will. haha

Subject13

Sep-15-2012 6:13 PM

I agree with you Chris. I hate paying those extra couple of dollars, not very worth it.

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jujutsuka

Sep-21-2012 9:47 AM

I'll likely see this film in 3D, but 3D doesn't do much for me. The technology doesn't advance the plot or the characters, so I don't think it can make or break a film--it essentially won't make this film more enjoyable to me.

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Indy John

Nov-20-2012 12:52 PM

I have seen the same movei in 2 and 3-d. At first 3-d is a wow experience. If the film continues just to show off special effects than it is uninteresting, If the 3-d is there to augment the story presentation(I am thinking of 'House of Wax' ) then I sort of like that, You really miss the effect later when 2D is your only choice.

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AgentMothman

Nov-21-2012 3:02 PM

I find 3D to be a terrible gimmick that needs to die. I always try to watch a movie in regular 2D. The stuff just get's me a headache and rarely enhances the movie in any way.

�That is not dead which can eternal lie, and with strange aeons even death may die.� ~ H.P. Lovecraft

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