Fly Me to the Moon [Anaglyph 3D]
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The fly's design is a cross between the Smurfs and some discarded character designs from 'A Bug's Life'. The voice work is nothing special either. The story is interesting and overall is a fairly enjoyable film experience, but it just isn't up to the likes of Pixar's efforts.
What is most disappointing is the 3-D version on the DVD. The color is almost non-existent and what color is there is completely off. The Maggot babies are lime green where as in the 2 D version they're pink-ish. If fact most anything with color is lime green and the rest looks like a black and white film or the color is so subtle you have to strain to see what color it is...... it's too distracting and it looks awful!
Also, there is the typical double vision effect which wouldn't be so bad if the color was right. I also feel that two cheap sets of 3-D glasses are not enough to include with the DVD. I mean really?... how much could these things cost? If you want to watch the 3-D version with you kids, you'll have to take turns!?? They should have included at least four pair of glasses and why not six? If your going to advertise 3-D on the cover then make it so the whole family can watch it together.
Give it a try and you won't regret it. Enjoy!
Fly Me to the Moon had all of the makings of a blockbuster hit: A pretty decent budget of $25-mil, a solid vocal cast, a US & Canadian theatrical release including IMAX, and believe it or not, so scientifically solid was the piece that it arrived to theme parks the world over as an attraction (the film was shown minus a subplot involving Russian flies trying to sabotage the US space mission) and as the inspiration behind a 13-minute ride at several Six Flags locations!
Sadly what all of this does not reveal is that the film itself feels fairly flat and uninspired despite some real attempts at Pixar-level creativity scattered about. But we'll get to all that, let's take a look at the facts first.
Fly Me to the Moon was released theatrically in January of 2008 and came to DVD the following December as both a 2D and 3D release (but not modern 3D mind you, think blue and red lensed paper framed glasses style- of which 2 pairs are included in the 3D DVD release). It comes in at a runtime of 85-minutes and wears a G (general audience) rating. Having raked in over $41-million, it is considered a commercial success despite being considered a critical failure. It also boasts the distinction of being the first animated feature film designed for 3D (DreamWorks would later run with this concept through a series of shorts involving its marquee characters from the Shrek and Monsters Vs. Aliens franchises).Read more ›
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I will be honest & say that I am extremely picky when it comes to movies my kids watch. Kids are literally like sponges, & even if you don't see an immediate effect, what they... Read morePublished 8 days ago by Boomoringa
We watched this on Prime, so no 3d. My 6 yr old & I really liked the movie. I got caught up in it due to the movie doing an excellent job of portraying the Apollo 11 space... Read morePublished 10 days ago by David D.
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Glasses were worn in the theater...this would be an AWESOME gift...at circuit city, it comes with 2 glasses!! Here, it does not tell you, hence, I'm getting it at circuit city!
Dec 4, 2008 by Rupa Sunder | See all 2 posts
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