IMAX Posters: ‘The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey’ | /Film
what did you see there? spider-man? i just saw prometheus there (2nd time - first time imax and it was amazing).
I saw Spider-Man there today. In the recent past, I saw Prometheus, Harry Potter 7.2, and Transformers 3 there as well. But I’ve been going to see IMAX movies there since I was a kid, before they showed mainstream blockbusters.
Why I’ll pay $21 to see an IMAX 3D movie at Lincoln Square.
It’s not something I’d do every weekend, but for big tent poles shot in 3D (or on IMAX) it’s very much worth it. And it evens out with the $7 matinee prices I normally pay. If you love movies (and I mean all movies), it’s a tremendous experience.
On a related note: As you can see above, converted “IMAX” theaters are bullshit and NOT worth this price tag. So know before you go.
IMAX Poster: ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ | /Film
Anne Hathaway’s stunt double rode the bike down the steps of the stand-in Carnegie Mellon University building and collided with an IMAX camera. An IMAX camera that most likely cost somewhere in the millions of dollars.
TMZ has a video that I couldn’t get to work.
poptartsicle asked: I think its only Imax 3D. "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2: An IMAX 3D Experience". Unless I'm mistaken. I hope the 3D isn't that bad, cause thats the one I bought :/
Here’s what the purchase page looked like. I bought tickets for the 3:20 pm show underneath the blue IMAX. Doesn’t look like 3D to me, nor did it say “3D” anywhere on the order and confirmation page that followed.
The 3D in Deathly Hallows 2 is a post convert which as a rule of thumb I opt to stay away from, though I was ready to deal with it for this gigantic screen.
Is it IMAX 3D? Or just IMAX? Because 3D fucking sucks.
I’m pretty sure it’s just IMAX, no 3D. At least that’s what Fandango lead me to believe.
On a related note - I used to go to the Lincoln Square IMAX all the time when I was kid. (Way before the modern 3D boom). You were given these giant clunky grey plastic 3D glasses, that if I’m not mistaken had their own speaker units. You then entered this gigantic theater and HAD to sit in the middle. It was a really special, cool experience every time. I believe I saw the Nutcracker 3D, Cyberworld 3D (featuring a Simpsons short), and something underwater whose name escapes me. Amazing.