6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
I've seen more expensive films that didn't look nearly as good.,
This review is from: Rescue (IMAX)(3D) [Blu-ray] (Blu-ray)
So I'm at a local retail store. I don't have a lot of money on me but I want a good 3D title. Then,as if my prayers where heard i stumbled upon this little gem called "Rescue" 3D.
Rescue 3D, centers around the U.S Air Force's relief efforts after the devastating earthquake in Haiti.
The opening shots are beautiful in 3D,offering a few moments that made me feel these objects where right in the room with me. When it comes to the pop out factor, Rescue certainly has its fair share and the effect of it is done rather nicely.
The biggest drawback to this film is that theirs quiet a few shot where the absence of 3D is noticeable. The pay off though,comes with the fact that you'll watch one or two scenes back to back with little to no 3D,then the next thing you know a great 3D shot comes around the corner. Another pass i'll give this movie,is that some of the 2D shots look so awesome by themselves it really didn't bother me that not all of them where 3D. I never came away with the feeling I had been robbed of a 3D moment.
The next positive I'll give this film is that it's filled with trailers (theirs about ten or twelve of them) and the good news is most of them are in 3D as well. So it's kind of nice to test run some other Imax 3D films before I commit to buying them.
In the end what makes Rescue 3D so great isn't just the price (fifteen dollars),it's the quality of the 3D you're getting for the price. I've seen 3D not pulled off as well in other films for a much higher price.
I would highly recommend this,not just for the price,but for the content.