Re: Green Lantern: Grading, Review, Discuss, Tracking, Sequel?
Seeing the CGI on the big screen and in 3D really makes it obvious just HOW GOOD they really are. There's a real sense of tangibility and detail that doesn't come off as well in stills.
I was really impressed with the 3D in this, considering that the live action stuff is - as far as I know - converted. Not much "pop-up book" effect for the most part. But the 3D of the CG, especially space stuff - the dimensionality of the nebulae as the camera passes through and various energy effects - is stunning.
I had steak and a loaded baked potato for dinner on Sunday.
As a steak I enjoyed it a lot, but as macaroni and cheese I thought it was disappointing.