Page 2 of [VIDEO] They Shall Not Grow Old (Peter Jackson's WW1 colourised footage)
And surely this can only really be a 'faux' 3D?
We will pay the price but we will not count the cost..
"And surely this can only really be a 'faux' 3D?"
I think almost everything is faux 3D these days, the conversion processes have gotten really good, so good in fact it's not even worth shooting in 3D. I think James Cameron's Avatar 2 is one of the few that will be.
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Can't stand 3D films, mainly because I've never been impressed with the technology and the premium you pay is just not worth it in my opinion - especially with cinema prices as they are now.
I rarely go now, and generally only do by using free tickets I get from my bank...
Re cinema ticket prices, if you buy the cheapest possible insurance policy from Compare the Market - we paid £2.16 for travel insurance for a made up trip to Scotland - you get two for one Odeon cinema tickets. Bargain.
This item was edited on Thursday, 25th October 2018, 18:17
Woh, would never have thought of that one.
Beats me and my mates sneaking in the cinemas rear fire door, and watching the film for free (was 8 when that happened )
We used to get caught and booted out, but the manager who knew what was going on, waited till the end credits. Yes, he was a good man, and well remembered to this day
Just been thinking that the manager made more money from the roasting hot cinema (Australia tin shed) by selling us lots of ice cream before we got chucked out
Nowadays due to inflated food and drink prices in cinemas, we smuggle our own drinks and sweets into the cinema.
Sun 11 Nov
9:30pm-11:05pm (1 hour 35 minutes)
Just watched it and the film footage was amazing, like it was filmed yesterday.
Interesting to note shell shock victims, shaking of hands and limbs in the film, and the fact that those civilians back home had no idea what these soldiers had to go through.
Yes, the war to end wars, which unfortunately it did not.
i had intended to watch the first 30 mins then go to bed, but stayed up to watch the whole thing, can't remember the last time I watched a non sporting event 'live'!
I wouldn't say I enjoyed it, but it was very good, and I can see why it's been sent to all secondary schools. Reading about the trenches, and bodies is one thing, but seeing the footage was quite a shock :(
As said above the treatment on their return home was unbelievable, but the interaction between both sides of soldiers was interesting.
This item was edited on Monday, 12th November 2018, 06:34