I saw it on the muller monster screen at Lakeville. 80 by 73 feet wide 3 story screen biggest in Minnesota at Muller Family Theatres. The Martian was a good movie. See it on large format on the imax screen in digital 3D.
It was a good movie, but I wouldn't recommend watching it in 3-D. I literally took off my 3-D glasses and watched the movie without them. The screen was so much clearer without them and maybe 7% of the movie was in 3-D
Diamondbacker27 wrote:It was a good movie, but I wouldn't recommend watching it in 3-D. I literally took off my 3-D glasses and watched the movie without them. The screen was so much clearer without them and maybe 7% of the movie was in 3-D
Everything on Mars was in 3-D. That is more than 7%. Granted, none of the Earth-bound stuff really needs to be in 3-D, but the Mars exteriors are fantastic.
But at the same time, I also agree with you that you don't need to see it in 3-D to enjoy it. It's good any which way.
Also, to the guy who was wondering about IMAX, I'm pretty sure it's not in IMAX anywhere. Nowhere here in STL either..
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