Well unhelpful at least. What many blokes have been saying for years, and I remember Zoomtard, Jayber and I ranting about in a discussion on movies a few years ago seems to being ‘proved’ by university studies…
Check it out on the BBC website
I went to see U23D last night, not quite sure what to expect. After trailing my jaw in through the door after the cinema informed us that tickets were £10 ‘because it was 3D’ we collected our glasses and fell into our seats thinking ‘this better be good’.
I’ve never been to an imax before so this was my first 3D experience. It was pretty amazing, once you got use to the weird feeling of the glasses, I was finding it hard not to clap, sing and join in as it felt just like i was there. The clarity was increidble. Bono’s hand and Adam Clayton’s guitar head coming out of the screen at you is a slightly odd experience. The shots that captured it best were of the drum kit, the crowd bouncing and the view from the stage.
I have to agree with the belfast beard though that it brought back to me just how U2’s more recent songs just don’t compare to the epics that are ‘Pride’, ‘Where the Streets Have No Name’, Sunday, Bloody Sunday’ or my all time favourite U2 song ‘Bullet the Blue Sky’ with its screaming angry guitars .
The depth perception was incredible, I’m looking forward to see how this makes it into mainstream film-making.
For your delight…
Kind of want to see it to see how bad it really is.
Orloondo Bland – genius
Radio 5 film reviewer Mark Kermode on Keira Knightley in Pirates 3
“you could build a nice set of ikea furniture out of her performance”
Hear the whole review here