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Titanic 3D's London Premiere - 28/3/2012 9:13:27 PM   
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titanic - 28/3/2012 9:13:27 PM   


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omg wow how did billy zane get time from his busy schedule to attend this?what a guy

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RE: titanic - 28/3/2012 10:34:48 PM   
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Glad to see the crew reunited. The 3D Revolution is undoubtedly the most important cinematic innovation since the development of sound, but these "converted" 3D films - even with Cameron's direct involvement - are to my mind as anti revolutionary as the worst most carelessly "converted" run of the mill blockbuster.

You cannot convert a 2D image to a 3D one. You can slice and separate the layers of an image in a computer, creating a moving motion picture diorama display, but without on set data having captured the action from multiple angles, it's just an illusion, and audiences are going to be left confused as to what 3D should truly represent.

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