The 3D movie has a strange history. 3D has been around since the beginning of the 20th century but only became a fury in the fifties. After that, 3D considered for a while as an old-fashioned gimmick until it became cheaper to make high-quality 3D movies with the advent of digital techniques. And fortunately, we no longer have to look with cardboard glasses. What are the ten best 3D moviesthat make you totally insane the white cloth?
10. Creature from the Black Lagoon
Just on the point that the 3D rage was over its peak, in 1954 the horror movie Creature of the Black Lagoon came out. The makers did their best to make the movie even more subtle even more fun for the viewer. Thus the sample of the sample was carried out with special protrusions so that it looked beautiful. Even when it comes to the classical grip of the claws, nothing gets to the public.
9. Space Station 3D
Of course, 3D does not have to be limited to feature films and does it very well with documentaries in combination with IMAX screens. Space Station 3D uses many images captured by astronauts so you really feel like you’re in space. Not only that, you are also impressively launching.
8. Journey to the Center of the Earth
The remake of Journey to the Center of the Earth (2008) is a typical case of a movie made for 3D. As an adventure movie, it may not be special, but with the possibilities of 3D it will be deliciously unpacked.Immediately in the beginning, a T-Rex will get out of the screen, followed by surprise, with a chase on a mining car that can compete with the best roller coaster.
Hugo (2011) is probably Martin Scorcese’s favorite movie and not only tells the adventures of an orphan in Paris, but is also an ode to film history. Hugo’s grand world, a grand train station, is beautifully alive in three dimensions. In addition, the Scorcese gives the opportunity to revive the effect of one of the first films, namely those of the arriving train, where the public really thought it was coming out of the screen.
6. Ghosts of the Abyss
James Cameron (The Abyss, Terminator) likes to develop new film techniques. His preference for special effects and grand sets are now legendary. If Cameron drops his eye on 3D, you know he’s going to do something special. The IMAX documentary Ghost of the Abyss is actually a bridge between Cameron’s most successful films. The dive trip to the Titanic wreck becomes a ghostly journey in which your ship almost seems to be able to touch.
5 Toy Story 3
The new generation of 3D is often used successfully on animation films. The third part of Toy Story also had to believe and Pixar did not let his favorite characters down. As the movie has already been animated, 3D almost naturally creates an extra layer, bringing the toys even more realistic to life. The dead climax with the heroes almost disappearing in a combustion furnace is therefore superintensive for small children.
4. Monsters vs. Aliens
The Dreamworks studio also knows how to apply 3D, and in this happy 2009 movie, they also give another blow to fifty classics such as the Creature of the Black Lagoon. That one day Susan turns into a giant woman gives the creators a great opportunity to run her breathtakingly through San Francisco (and roller skates). With 3D glasses on your nose you’ll find some epic battles between the heroes and a giant fighting robot.
Coraline is one of the scary children’s films in times. The Laika production team mainly uses the so-called stop-motion technique, which is very time-consuming, but gives a very beautiful effect. Certainly in this story of a girl who finds out that she can open a gateway to another world in her new home. Her father and mother have a lot more attention to Coraline. Of course, that’s a shadow side, why does her mother want her to swallow her eyes for buttons? The subtle 3D effects make the dream world come true to life.
2. How To Train A Dragon
How would it be to fly on a dragon? Dreamworks gave the answer in 2010 with How To Train A Dragon (Dutch title: How Tem You A Dragon). In a Viking world, the tradition is that the men grow into dragon fighters. The young Hiccup thinks one day he shot a dragon but finds out that he is still alive. Instead of killing the animal, he becomes a friend and Hiccup must convince his village that dragons are not malicious. Of course, the dragon’s back flies with the animators pulling everything out of the closet to make you believe in 3D that you fly.
Avatar (2009) is easily the most advanced 3D movie so far. James Cameron had already experimented with 3D and now it was time for a big step forward. Especially in an IMAX theater, Avatar appeared in 3D for a new kind of floor. The planet Pandora explored by settlers comes naturally to life. Instead of classic scary effects, 3D makes the viewer out of the world. Of course, some memorable scenes are presented such as the adventures on the floating islands that cause a new form of height fear. The subsequent flight on a dragon-like Banshee sets a standard for 3D action scenes. A technical masterpiece that will feature sequel films that will undoubtedly prove that the possibilities of 3D have not been exhausted for a long time.
TOP 10 BEST 3D MOVIES