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Excellent quality picture and sound on the DVD, blu-ray or 3D blu-ray.
At it's heart is a one hour and forty minute train ride to a magical world of ghostly hobos, armies of elves, flying tickets, and creepy dead toys.
Then are those who are the Know-It-All character who claim to take everything at face value (much like the critics and cynics of this film).
I'm over the age of 60 and I really loved this movie the characters were sooo life-like, the singing was not too much but just right and the Christmas message was excellent and... Read morePublished 6 hours ago by Denise
Favorite movie for our family. Had to have. Magic to us. Not everyone loves it but we do. We have the train. We have the bells. Beautiful story.Published 1 day ago by DeeDee
The most visually beautiful animated film I've ever seen. Tom Hanks is amazing in all of his various roles. There are life lessons learned and awesome musical numbers. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Patty Piazza
I loved this movie from beginning to end. Makes you feel like a child again and want to go the North Pole.Published 5 days ago by D.L.
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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
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The RealD 3-D system is based on the push-pull electro-optical modulator called the ZScreen invented by Lenny Lipton, an American inventor.
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Oct 17, 2008 by Zandolee | See all 9 posts
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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
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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
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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
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