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Phig takes us on a tour of CyberWorld, a museum of 3-D exhibits. The "exhibits" (i.e., earlier 3-D productions) include the bar sequence from Antz (1998); the "Homer(3)" segment of _"Simpsons, The" (1989)_, and the shorts Monkey Brain Sushi, Flipbook, Out of the Box, Liberation (a Pet Shop Boys music video), Krakken, and Joe Fly and Sanchez. Written by
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One of the best movie experiences I've had in a while
The movie Cyberworld has it's shares of flaws in it's segments and stuff. However, the sheer experience of this movie is brilliant in it;s delivery. To watch this movie in the IMAX format, and for the first time no less, (Fantasia was something that came to regular theaters after the IMAX run) is a mind blowing and head expanding experience that is one of the reasons why I go to movies. Even if the content of a movie isn't above par, if the delivery is excellent enough, as it is here, it is breathtaking.
Jenna Elfman stars as a cyberchick who gives intros to various segments of cyber animation that may or may not have 3d and 3d animation. The segments themselves vary from excellent to fair; the Antz segment is memorable and the Simpsons segment is a treasure as Homer gets locked in a 3D world and is a wonder in laughter (though that also is a flaw since the movie cuts off when Homer says one of the show's funniest lines: mmm, erotic cakes.). Short and very sweet. A
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