Top 5 best 3D movies
- Category: Entertainment
- Created on Thursday, 29 November 2012 22:36
- Written by Emily Lawrence
3D (three-dimensional) movies have existed since 1915, but they become successful in 2000′s, especially in 2010, with the 3D screening of James Cameron’s movie Avatar. Avatar became the highest grossing movie of all time and perhaps the most widely seen movie after Titanic. But there have been also many other films that used 3D technology and are also amazing for watching. Here is our Top 5 list of the best 3D movies of all time!
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James Cameron is the director who created two of the biggest blockbusters of all time: Titanic and Avatar. He used 3D technology to create an immersive world and amazing creatures for Avatar. But the story and the characters are so great that even the 2D version is an 2-hour and 40-minute epic experience. Cameron began developing the movie in 1994, but waited more than a decade to film it. Avatar was released in 2009 in 3D and 4D and was a great commercial success. This epic sci-fi movie broken many records and is also the highest grossing movie in history.
How To Train Your Dragon (2010)
The wonderful and unpredictable story about a young boy who learns that dragons are more than he assumed and they are the key to their survival makes this movie one of the best 3D movies ever. The amazing adventure directed by Dean DeBlois and Chris Sanders – How To Train Your Dragon was released in 2010 and has some of the best 3D scenes.
Toy Story 3 (2010)
Toy Story 3 is a 3D animated movie which was released in 2010 and directed by Lee Unkrich. The story focuses on Woody and Buzz and their final amazing adventure which makes this movie very entertaining. The addition of 3D only makes this exiting adventure worth watching. Toy Story 3 was the first animated movie ever who made over $1 billion and the 9-th highest grossing movie in history.
The Nightmare Before Christmas 3D (2006)
Thirteen years after the premiere of Henry Selick’s movie The Nightmare Before Christmas (based on Tim Burton’s story) got a 3D format and became the first stop-motion animated movie shot entirely in 3D. The movie tells the tale of Jack Skellington, the Pumpkin King of Halloween Town who wants to take over Christmas – but his ideas of celebration and gifts don’t match with the well-known holiday spirit.
Directed by Martin Scorsese, Hugo is a 3D drama adventure movie which tells the story about the young boy named Hugo Cabret, who lives alone in Gare Montparnasse railway station in Paris and believes the world is like a clock. Scosese used 3D technology for first time and is one of the best use of 3D. Scorsese created one of the most beautiful and most magical 3D movies in history – definitely worth to watch.