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  • Guy in a Box;126130 said:
    Actually, if I remember correctly, I believe the second one came out sometime around in the fall/winter period, so technically, it'll still be 10 when TS3 comes out. :)
    Oh yes, and sometime around early October, to get people ready for the concetrated awesome, Disney and Pixar are going to be re-releasing the first two Toy Story films in Disney Digital 3D as a double feature. This shall be fun.
    urgh 3d, I hope this fad ends soon. I think it is far too long a time to release the sequel though, over 10 years (note there are only 3 star wars, 3 indys and 3 die hards).

    those that saw the 1st 2 as children (i.e. me) are now adults. sure the film will be good, but it is really late.
  • Well, you do have a point, patters. But still, it's going to be handled by professionals who care about the actual story first.
  • I know it will be done by pros. I don't know why but I refer the earlier Pixar films (probably cos they were released when I was younger). I just consider them to be a little overrated.
  • patters;126165 said:
    urgh 3d, I hope this fad ends soon. I think it is far too long a time to release the sequel though, over 10 years (note there are only 3 star wars, 3 indys and 3 die hards).
    The 3D fad (especially for CGI films) isn't likely to end soon... after all, considering so many people now have really good home theatre setups, the movie studios need something to draw people back into cinemas. And for animation studios like Dreamworks SKG and Pixar, 3D seems to be it.

    Biggest problem for me is that only one cinema in Adelaide[1] shows movies in 3D, and they charge extra for the privilige.... and I bet you 3D movies aren't cheaper on cheap-arse tuesday which is when I usually go.

    We saw Monsters vs Aliens in "normal" and it's quite obvious that 3D may have made it somewhat more entertaining... although all the poking-things-out-the-screen stuff was in the first 10 minutes. We did go and see Beowulf in 3D at the one-and-only 3D cinema and that was OK (although lots of silly pointing-stuff-at-the-screen too) and I'm definitely going to go and see Coraline in 3D when it's FINALLY released here (September, I believe... yes that's a long delay from the US February release) but otherwise it's just far easier to see the 2D versions of these films...


    [1] And we don't have an IMAX cinema at all. We did have one a few years ago, but back then of course the only IMAX movies were short documentaries etc so nothing really worth seeing apart from the novelty of IMAX... so it shut down. Of course, now the blockbuster movies have IMAX releases and yet we've got nowhere to see them in IMAX. :(
  • We used to have an IMAX down in South of the United States that showed actual films, but it shut down and now we only have one that shows documentaries and all that crap. However, the state I live in has a good number of theaters that are equipped for 3D.
  • we have a galixey here in guelph.nice theatere.
  • Anybody changing their mind about the "no sequel after 10 years" policy now? :D
  • Ummm... is this supposed to relate to Telltale, or are we just typing for the heck of it?

    Cause I'm cool with that!
  • It is the General Chat section, Jagger. It doesn't really have to be about anything Telltale related.
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