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Good in parts
on 20 January 2014
This is basically a collection of random 3D films, some of which have in-your-face 3D effects. The 3D on some of them isn't too impressive, with slight double imaging and objects in the foreground appearing blurred or in the wrong plane.
I thought the best ones were the first three, two CGI films and one about the universe.
I found a lot of the films boring, as there is no dialogue or narration, and not even any opening titles! And you'd have to pay me to watch the guy doings card tricks again!
Some of the best 3D is in the extras menu, which is a series of 3D still photographs, some contemporary, others taken in black & white in early 20th century (I think) Paris, and in Gettysburg at the time of the American Civil War. These photographs are amazing.
So, overall, worth watching, but not quite the best of.