The Professor, helped by his flying robot M.A.X., tries to show us the history of 3-D film, and his newest innovation, Real-O-Vision (ride films). But his hardware keeps breaking down, ...
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The Professor, helped by his flying robot M.A.X., tries to show us the history of 3-D film, and his newest innovation, Real-O-Vision (ride films). But his hardware keeps breaking down, particularly when he's trying to introduce a music video of Elvira. Written by
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While the title is clearly intended to be "Encounter in the Third Dimension," the actual on-screen title includes a typo generated by M.A.X., the first of many malfunctions. MAX tries to fix it, but destroys the title in the process. See more »
An enjoyable documentary about the history of 3D art
This was the first 3D IMAX film I have seen, and I must say I was quite impressed. Not only were the 3D effects spectacular, but the film was quite enjoyable as well.
The roller coaster rides and underwater scenes were quite fun (it really feels like you are there!). The film itself was documentary style, but written in such a way that all ages will find it enjoyable. If it's still playing near you, it's worth seeing.
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