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The Hobbit Marathon was entirely HFR. They showed the new Mad Max trailer before the 3rd movie.
So you are saying you believe this was projected on imax film?…Everything was 2.39 until the falcon shot……$$$$ teaser…I figured there was no more space on the platter due to Interstellar’s length. But I guess now 88 secs of enough space.
OK the tuesday shows of hobbit 3 are listed as HFR but the marathon on monday is listed as 3d only..I sure hope its HFR for all 3…can there server hold all 3 movies at her?
I’m sorry—I got them on movie tickets.com but fandango lists it as HFR.
So I just got fandango tix for the hobbit marathon on the 15th & it was labeled Imax HFR…Could that be a typo?
I’m not sure my back can handle those seats for 3 long films.
So Seattle and who else will have it next month?
I found interstellar a little too loud. or the choice of mix too much music. Some dialogue hard to understand.And many images very dark. Unlike dark knight where you had footage that you could appreciate the detail—helicopter gotham shots—here not so much. The aspect ratio changes bothered me more here. I sort of wonder now why not shoot the whole movie imax. I am curious to see it digital without the aspect changes.—just my opinion after first screening.
thanks for letting me know because fandango’s fan alert didn’t. Boy those good seats went fast.I will go wednesday.
Why is it seem that the first week or 2’s screen times aren’t that convenient for getting out of work & getting to the theater & then they come around to screenings around 7pm or 8pm?
Its been this way with this imax even before they did reserved seating.
What features do you recall being full width there? I wonder if they were imax film DMR’s. I think the lenses attached to the dlp’s can’t do full width on that screen.
PS-I found the 3d of Hobbit Teaser so much better than the “average/typical 3d” of Guardians ….which was still a really good movie.
For Interstellar…. but not for Hobbit 3?
I went last night for the first time to this theater. Wow!
So worth the extra subway stops.
Do all screens here have the same seats?
Can someone please confirm for me—-Is the Dolby Atmos system installed in the Loews theater?
According to the film’s editor—
“It was really interesting to go from cutting this almost 4×3 image to have to basically lop the top and the bottom off. They never shot at common-center for the Imax, knowing that I would go back in later and fix it.” – See more at: http://www.studiodaily.com/2013/11/editor-alan-edward-bell-on-the-hunger-games-catching-fire/#sthash.kndyAFAZ.dpuf
So I guess I will try & see it on imax film.
I thought thats what I saw when I walked up the aisle stairs. Thanks for the investigating. I remember watching the imax countdown trailer and was curious why it wasn’t full screen width.
$21.50 plus a $2.00 fandango fee if you can’t get to the theatre.
15/70mm is also referred to as imax
70mm tall and 15 sprocket holes long
traditional 70mm widescreen is only 5 sprocket holes creating a 2.2 aspect ratio
I do hope they get “Gravity-Imax” here.
sorry for repost—-it appears it will
Does anyone know if Pacific Rim Imax will run here or will it stay “Kryptonian”?
Very Nice! Good Job!
Can anyone give a review of the laser projection here for GI Joe?
Thank you. It was a very impressive display. Another reason this theatre gets the respect it does.
I finally saw Hobbit here on its last night. About a 10 week run…..pretty rare in these times.Maybe 20 people. I’m pretty sure it was digital—-not an ounce of dirt anywhere.You have to be a giraffe to see what the projector is.
I hope Star Trek Imax comes here.
Is this Imax Hobbit presentation film or digital?