reference?PaladinCyborg wrote:I've seen it again in 3D. Still awsome.
BTW, our military attempted to use mech suits in the 1960s - for moving cargo. There were too many accidents, so we went back to fork trucks and cranes. People forgot. They reappeared in the movie "Aliens". Because this was forgotten technology, people thought they were looking at something new.
Damn good movie. Sometimes the plot can be predictable, its the flow thats more important. I like to be entertained for my money sometimes, more than looking for all the twists in a movie.Hawkeye wrote:Have just come back from the 2D version - you'd be a tough man to please if you didnt enjoy this movie. Weta Workshops did an impressive job on the graphical effects that's for sure. Plotline was somewhat predictable with no real twists, but overall not bad at all
FLETCH wrote:To each his own but I have to agree with PC. I thought it was great. Cameron's attention to detail blew me away. The wildlife was very well done and the 3D just added to the impact of the movie so much more (height and depth perception) then just a 2D would.
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