The 3-D review
by Alexander Lentjes
The official Movie Poster even refers to the 3-D eye poking
There are plenty of reviews of Beowulf 3-D that talk about how great the digital projection of the picture is, how the story is based on a medieval tale and how the motion capture is pioneering cinematic technology.
But none of the reviews out there talk about the use of Stereo 3-D, and especially not the cinematic use of Stereoscopic 3D. That is mainly because most reviewers will copy press material released by the studio and distributor but also because film critics don’t necessarily know anything about 3-D and how to analyze and grade it. So here is a review that does just that: look very closely at the 3-D and talk about why it works when the 3-D is great and what makes for poor 3-D.
Read the Review of Stereoscopic 3-D used in Beowulf at The3DRevolution.com
Blunt use of negative parallax with this spear comin right at ya in 3-D