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Excellent quality picture and sound on the DVD, blu-ray or 3D blu-ray.
I've heard that some kids found the whole visual look of the characters rather creepy, but I think the uncanny technology really makes the film come alive.
I just like this movie, everytime I watched it I get a "Christmasy" feeling, it make me feel like a child again; this is all I need to say!
Great holiday movie! Happy it had two discs because it uses the red and blue glasses and it is not compatible with the 3D ones that came with our 3D dvd player.Published 22 hours ago by JoLusco
Our new Christmas tradition - we watch it every year. Perfect for children of all ages and the impeccable Tom Hanks! Well, what more can one ask for?Published 1 day ago by Kristin Loren Buisman
NOT WHAT YOU THINK! First off I LOVE this movie, so when I saw 3D I took it as that. Only it's not 3D quality as with 3D tv but the cartoon with shotty glasses that make it... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Jen
This DVD has an honored place among the Christmas Classics we watch every year. It's definitely a keeper.Published 1 day ago by S. Moulton
Super cute movie, it delivers a cute message. My son will literally watch this over and over. In fact I've probably gone a little crazy from it. And the Blu-Ray looks great!Published 2 days ago by Jordan
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I just bought the Polar Express in 3D. We were excited to watch it with our two boys (5 and 9), and we put our 3D glasses on and turned on the movie. And...it was a blur! It was very uncomfortable to watch! I was so excited because I loved the 3D version in the IMAX theatre, but the home... Read More
Nov 5, 2008 by texassee | See all 11 posts
|Do you need glasses for 3D dvd movies?||
The RealD 3-D system is based on the push-pull electro-optical modulator called the ZScreen invented by Lenny Lipton, an American inventor.
The technique that RealD uses is comparable to the traditional method of 3-D imaging which uses linearly polarized glasses. The traditional method works by... Read More
Oct 17, 2008 by Zandolee | See all 9 posts
|Does ANYONE like the 3D version?||
We tried it last night, too - the 3D aspects of the DVD just did not work. We tried with the glasses in a multitude of positions and it was disappointing all the way around. We're hoping to be able to return it, but not sure since it's been opened...
Dec 21, 2008 by D. B. Holloway | See all 13 posts
|Does it pay to purchase The Polar Express in 3D for regular DVD and not...||
NO!!!! Do NOT buy the 3D version at all. I just did and it is unwatchable. I even tried to look at it with one eye closed, but even that gives you a double image, which proves that the 3D transfer was botched! Where was the quality control at Warner Bros.? This DVD should never have made it to... Read More
Dec 8, 2008 by J. Besser | See all 5 posts
|Is it worth buying (The Polar Express) 3-D, Blu-Ray version?||
I think it's great. It has both the 2-D and 3-D versions and some extras (I think the same extras as from the 2-disc DVD). The picture quality is practically perfect. The only big complaint I have is that, when viewing in 3-D some things have a double-vision look at times (ghosting, I believe... Read More
Nov 15, 2008 by AMP | See all 2 posts
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