Mr. Coat: The Top 10 Best Uses of 3-D
Mr. Coat looks at the proper ways to use 3-D technology by counting down the films that successfully transported audiences to other worlds or threw random things at their faces with minimal annoyance.
Title Card Drawn by: Chris Signore
Date And Time: 2012-09-20 07:01:52Comment:
I have seen many 3D movies and Bolt was the first one but in my opinion, the best 3D film I have seen to date would have to be Monsters Vs Aliens. For me, Dreamworks 3D works the best as it gives the right amount of depth and the right amount of in your face-ness. I did get to see Tangled in 3D however,I forgot to bring my normal glasses so it wasn't as enjoyable as it could have been. I did see Rio in 3D but I was more attracted on how bright it was and how the colours just pop out. I also saw How to train your Dragon but that was in 2D and even then it's a pretty good film. I've only seen about an hour of Avatar and it is pretty good, I can definitely tell that the 3D would have worked to the film's advantage.
Name: Megan Payette
Date And Time: 2012-08-14 14:54:02Comment:
Madagascar 3 was great in 3D! If you want to see an animated movie its that one.
Date And Time: 2012-08-09 13:36:15Comment:
10) i haven't seen harold and kumar but spy kids 3d game over was the 1st 3D movie I saw
9) never seen it
8) i actually do like this film and it does look great in 3D
7) I LOVE THE TOY STORY TRILOGY AND THEY ALL LOOK GREAT IN 3D!!!!!!!!!!
6) i saw tangled in 2d but it's still great in any dimension
5) again saw it in 2d but it's still great
4) i love all the 3d rides at the disney parks
3) im sorry but, i absolutely HATED this movie and the 3d didn't help either
2) unfortunately i haven't seen it
1) even though i saw it in 2d it's still visually spectacular
Name: Neil Dunsmore
Date And Time: 2012-08-08 16:04:53Comment:
I know this is random and has nothing to do with the video, but have you ever heard of a cartoon called Toad Patrol? I highly recommend it. It's kinda like Watership Down meets Secret of NIMH.
Date And Time: 2012-08-07 14:44:21Comment:
Mr. Coat. Have you been on Star Tours The Adventures Continue yet? I've been on it about 10 times. I love it! It's my favorite Disney attraction right now. Maybe it's because I'm one of the biggest Star Wars fans you'll ever meet. Anyways, I'm asking because I want to hear what your opinion of the 3D on the ride is. As well as your opinion of the ride itself. keep up the great work on your videos, Mr. Coat! You're one of my favorite people to watch on the internet! :) <b>Mr. Coat: I haven't been to a Disney theme park in over a decade, so unfortunately, I have not seen the new Star Tours. I do remember loving the original Star Tours to the point of riding it multiple times while at Disney World.</b>
Date And Time: 2012-08-06 14:15:45Comment:
Great list! I was pleasantly surprised to see the theme park attractions on here. Those definitely deserve recognition.
Date And Time: 2012-08-06 11:09:33Comment:
Mickey's Philharmagic is... incredible. One of the most amazing things I've ever seen and by far the best 3D I've ever seen. When I first saw it, I went there about 4 times after in the first trip.
Name: The Idiot
Date And Time: 2012-08-06 02:31:30Comment:
Hugo is a fine film, as well as How To Train Your Dragon but Avatar is still in my opinion a horrid film. My reason for saying that is this: It's freaking Pocahontas in space!
Name: Reina B.
Date And Time: 2012-08-05 15:14:38Comment:
As someone who has a love-hate/despise relationship with Hugo, I am glad you placed it at number 2 on this list. The visuals were the only thing in the movie I had absolutly no complaints about; it was done perfectly and I'm kicking myself for missing the chance to see it in 3-D because it looked spectacular. Other than that, great job on this list!
Date And Time: 2012-08-05 14:26:51Comment:
I actually like The Polar Express, for the story, not so much the animation. I love Muppet Vision and you should definitely check out Mickey's Philhar-Magic. It's great. It's Tough To Be A Bug scared me so much I ran out before it was even over. Have you seen Shrek 4D at Universal Studios?
Date And Time: 2012-08-05 01:17:57Comment:
I normally don't like 3D, but HTTYD and Tangled look FANTASTIC in 3D. I wish I had a 3D Blu-ray player just so I could watch them like that again.
Date And Time: 2012-08-04 22:56:56Comment:
How To Train Your Dragon to me was the best 3D simply because even when you watch it in 2D, it's still pretty awesome (the animation and cinematography especially). I was lucky to see it in IMAX 3D. Plus, unlike something like Spy-Kids 3 or Polar Express; the movie in general was actually great. Of those movies in the top 10, I felt HTTYD was the best and would be the first one I'd watch again.
Date And Time: 2012-08-04 22:14:45Comment:
Madagascar 3 used 3D better than #1 did
Date And Time: 2012-08-04 21:39:04Comment:
cmon man, the amazing spider-man had great 3d
Name: gabe snyder
Date And Time: 2012-08-04 21:27:41Comment:
how can ya not love polar express?
Date And Time: 2012-08-04 21:18:48Comment:
Huh...intersting picks but no Tintin?
Date And Time: 2012-08-04 20:55:38Comment:
The only movies that I have seen in 3D are John Carter and Bolt and they were both very well done! As for the Disney ones the only 2 I liked were Muppets and Mickey's Philharmagic. Honey I Shrunk the Audience and Tough to be a Bug scared me!
Date And Time: 2012-08-04 20:51:56Comment:
Tangled was so beautiful in 3d and no 3d!
Name: Producing Parker fan
Date And Time: 2012-08-04 20:51:26Comment:
Actually, Waldo didn't premier in Muppet vision. He premiered in The Jim Henson hour.