Be Our Guest . . . in 3D
by, 01-14-2011 at 09:45 PM
[B]"When people tell you they like 3D, d'ya sorta look at them like if they said their grandfather smoked and he lived until 103?" --[I]Film critic Roger Ebert[/I][/B]
Regardless of what revisionist filmmakers might tell you, there are certain unquestionable truths in movies:
Han shot first.
The agents in [I]E.T.: The Extraterrestrial[/I] carried guns, not walkie-talkies.
Disney's [I]The Lion King[/I] and [I]Beauty and the Beast[/I] are 2D animated films.
Walt Disney Studios announced last week they will release "at least" 15 home video titles on Blu-ray 3D in 2011. Those with 3D-capable hi-def televisions and compatible Blu-ray players will now be able to see a wider selection of movies at home that match the 3D experience offered at the multiplex. There are some obvious names on the release schedule: [I]Tangled[/I], [I]Tron: Legacy[/I], [I]Bolt[/I], [I]Meet the Robinsons[/I] and the 3D-retrofitted [I]Nightmare Before Christmas[/I]. Then there are [I]The Lion King[/I] and [I]Beauty and the Beast[/I].
Full story at [url=http://www.themousecastle.com/2011/01/be-our-guest-in-3d.html]The Mouse Castle: Be Our Guest . . . in 3D[/url]