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Al's Brain in 3-D (2009)

"Weird Al" Yankovic guides the audience through a 3-D lesson on the human brain. Al answers "man on the street" questions, provides interesting trivia, and even recounts the unfortunate ... See full summary »
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Himself / Phineaus Cage
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Norm Kozlovsky
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Norm the Owl / Billy the Brain (voice)
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"Weird Al" Yankovic guides the audience through a 3-D lesson on the human brain. Al answers "man on the street" questions, provides interesting trivia, and even recounts the unfortunate mishap of Phineaus Cage. The film ends with "The Brain Song," which details exactly how the brain works. Written by Greg Method

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brain | stereoscopic | 3d | science | owl | See All (6) »

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10 July 2009 (USA)  »

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$2,500,000 (estimated)
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The open-faced football helmet Al wears at the end of the film was custom-made by Helmet Hut, which needed to modify the internal suspensions to allow for Al's hair. See more »

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References 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) See more »

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Good 3D Film
10 August 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I saw this at the Orange County fair. It was in 3D well done with a great deal of through the window effects. They gave out polarized glasses with a cleaning cloth. The first few scenes had Al floating through the air. Later it had good cgi of the inside of the brain. I have seen quite a few 3D movies and was surprised at the quality.

It was intended to be educational. However, I did not learn a great deal of information. Before the movie started there was a 2D short in the ante-room which gave amusing intentional inaccurate information about the brain. There was also some informational posters which my kids found educational.


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