3D

In ‘Pina,’ director Wim Wenders creates a visually impressive and emotional driven showcase of choreographer Pina Bausch’s work, and allows the dance and the visuals to speak for themselves.

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Martin Scorsese isn’t really the kind of director you would expect to mount a big-budget family film, but once its clear that the beautifully shot ‘Hugo’ is both an adventure movie and a love letter to restoring classic cinema, it all makes sense.

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Enter the Scene-Stealers Photoshop contest to win passes to see THOR in 3D in Kansas City and a prize pack from the movie!

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We have passes to see “Sanctum,” a 3D movie produced by James Cameron, on Tuesday, February 1 at 7:30pm at AMC Studio 30 (119th & I-35) and we want you to have them! All you have to do is fill out your name and info in the form below and we’ll pick random winners on Wednesday, [...]

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Movie Review: Megamind

by Alan Rapp on November 5, 2010

in Print Reviews

“Our battles quickly got more elaborate. He would win some, I would almost win others! He took the name Metro Man, defender of Metro City. I decided to pick something a little more humble – Megamind, incredibly handsome criminal genius and master of all villainy!” What makes a hero? DreamWorks latest animated feature Megamind, scripted [...]

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What is it about space that so captures our imagination? Is it the vastness that seems to beckon, almost tease us, upward and outwards to explore its seemly endless wonders, or is it simply how it allows us another perspective in order to see how small and relatively unimportant one tiny blue dot is in [...]

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As my paper-thin Top 10 Best Fourth Movies in a Franchise list from last year proves, the fourth time is almost never a charm. Such is the case here. (courtesy KTKA-49) “Shrek Forever After” is the fourth film in the popular DreamWorks animated franchise, and the first one to be screened in 3D. Since we’re [...]

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Top 10 3D Movies So Far

by Eric Melin on March 24, 2009

in Top 10s

With this weekend’s release of Dreamworks’ 3D computer-animated feature “Monsters Vs. Aliens,” 2009 is officially the rebirth of 3D as a mainstream movie-going experience. It’s already the fourth major 3D film to debut in wide release this year (after “My Bloody Valentine 3D,” “Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience,” and “Coraline”) and tons more are [...]

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