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How To Judge 3D

Scott Iwaniec October 16, 2013

Since 2009, the modern technology of 3D has burned holes in our wallets like our first dates back in high school. Often times appreciated, but just as much, do we wish we had those extra few bucks back....

Jurassic Park 3D

Cameron Hines April 17, 2013

Twenty years ago, Steven Spielberg brought us Jurassic Park, a film that would spark a generation’s love for dinosaurs. Now the film has been brought back to the big screen (as many films have been recently)...

5 Movies that Deserve the 3D Conversion

Cameron Hines March 27, 2013

With so many movies being rereleased in 3D, it seems inevitable to fight movie studios’ attempts to get some extra money out of their older movies. While some of these rereleases have benefited from...

3D: The Extra D is for Disaster

Cameron Hines October 24, 2012

I, like the majority of people, remember the first 3D movie I ever went to. The year was 2009, and the Avengers were only just starting to assemble. A young James Cameron’s independent film Avatar was...

I Found Nemo—Again!

Kaela Mason September 19, 2012

“When life gets you down, do you wanna know what you’ve gotta do? Just keep swimming!” And that’s exactly what Nemo has done. Nine years after the release of the movie, Nemo is still swimming,...

New Movie Releases…Not So New

Joann Wolwowicz February 8, 2012

Going to the movies has always been a fun activity perfect for a girls’ night, a date night, or just something to do on a lazy rainy day. So you drive to the movies, but probably forget to check what’s...

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