I'm quite looking forward to this not being in 3D, mainly because I still go and watch everything in 2D and often notice shots that have been put in merely for 3D purposes which you can spot a mile off and are often distracting (Avatar for example, swinging back and forth to show the 3D-ness of the vines/trees doesn't work in 2D), so this will at least be minus that. More
I think it might be quite interesting as it has set the whole thing up quite nicely... a dying world and the astronauts have to take a dangerous journey... classic sci-fi staple with added big themes I am sure.
Doubt we will find any aliens though, but that is not always a bad thing. I still love 2010 (ok so there were kind of aliens in that) but the best bits where the conflict between the Americans and Russians as war broke out on Earth and indeed the whole mission. Oh and HAL made a rea More
Ha i suppose, i mean that really stoned style line delivery where he sounds like he's just baked out of his mind (yes he's had a history with pot but i thought his bongo days were well behind him!). Don't get me wrong he's a great actor, but i do like his Dirk Pitt style enthusiasm he brought to Sahara. I guess this is a more sombre affair though. More
I'm going to regret saying this (i'm regretting it right now in case of a certain poster latching onto it!) but this really would have been great in 3D based on what we've seen so far. The epic space moments and sequences. I mean don't get me wrong, in Imax it will be a terrific experience, but 3D would have been even better, for me.
Cue Cool Breeze. More
The trailers have so far pushed the Big! Emotion! side of things which if true (and honestly, when have trailers ever lied to us?) means that Nolan's pushing himself in that direction -- he's never really excelled (as much as I like most of his films) in that area; he's largely excelled more on the technical/intellectual side. More