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Transitions (1986)

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This is the first full color IMAX 3D film, produced for the Canadian National Railway and originally screened at the Canada Pavilion at Expo '86, held in Vancouver, British Columbia. See more »

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The first time I saw this film...
2 July 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

...I was kinda puzzled by it. After all, there was no discernible dialogue nor was there any commentary. It was just a series of images. True the 3D was impressive and only poked your eye out when it was felt to be necessary.

But time has been very kind to this film and I appreciate it a whole lot more since I got my 3D system up and running. Transitions became my first 3D DVD purchase(it was what prompted me to buy a Shutterglass 3D system in the first place). Since then I have watched it over a hundred times in the 2 years I've had it. Each time I watch it I see something new.

I'm not going to go into detail about what the film is about, suffice to say that it deals with communication; as part of the blurb on the back of the DVD box says:[**spoiler**] "--from birch bark canoe, steam engine railways and telegraph, to the wonders of high-tech satellite communication and high-definition television."[**end of spoiler**]

All that I will say is that the imagery is second-to-none and the only thing that worries me is that I might wear out my disc! This film(and the DVD) warrants a 10 out of 10 in my book! Catch it if you can--especially in 3D.


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