A remake is one thing, but continually ripping off consumers is another. Who is allowing all of these horrible 3-D transfers to make it into theaters? It’s absolutely disgusting.
Universal today announced plans to re-release Steven Spielberg’s life-changing (to a 13-year-old at least) Jurassic Park in theaters July 19, 2013.
To celebrate the film’s 20th anniversary, Universal will rip-off fans and present a new 3-D transfer that features, you guessed it, FAKE 3-D! I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, you CANNOT convert a 2-D image into a 3-dimensional one. It defies science. It defies logic. It’s just NOT POSSIBLE. If you enjoy pop-up books, go ahead and plop down $15, I’ll save it for a Blu-ray of my liking.
Starring Sam Neill, Laura Dern and Jeff Goldblum, the Spielberg-directed adaptation (of a Michael Crichton novel) opened in theaters June 11, 1993 and went on to gross $357 million domestic and nearly $1 billion worldwide.
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