3D collectors, beware!
If you're a 3D collector, or simply plan to buy this title to see the 3D in it, you will be really disappointed. This is a documentary about Siegfried and Roy and not one of their shows, which you can watch in 2D, and supposedly in 3D.
This 3D version simply doesn't work, more than likely because it's not a real 3D film. Here and there, you have some CGI animation (maybe 3% of the movie) that looks 3D because it was generated for this purpose, and probably to soothe the spectators' frustrations. But for the rest of the movie, nothing, zilch, NADA!
It's not even a conversion from 2D to 3D called Living 3D using special software or hardware, that may (sometimes but rarely) create the illusion of 3D. The 3D effects in this movie have been made from the same image, duplicated, one shifted to the left, the other shifted to the right. You can't have an illusion of 3D if both image are from the same original image, each eye must see a different image.
The best you may have with this movie is a headache in 3D.
Unless you want to see a documentary about Siegfried and Roy in 2D, and absolutely not in 3D, this title is a total waste of time and money.
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