Movies We Do and Do Not Want to See Converted to 3D

Feb 06, 2012 Comments

No Thanks…

Tom Hanks won an Oscar for his portrayal of hyper-successful corporate lawyer Andrew Beckett, a gay man who lost his job, health insurance, and his dignity at hands of a bigoted law firm upon their learning of his battle with AIDS. It’s a powerful film replete with standout performances from Denzel Washington (wearing a terrifying mustache) and Antonio Banderas (as Beckett’s partner) but I learn on good authority that discrimination and the pantomiming of opera tracks do not make for good 3-D translations. (Note of Exception: The scene where old man Wheeler yells, “Andy brought AIDS into this office!” might actually be pretty amazing in 3-D.)

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