Iron Man 3: Movie Review

wpid-twimg_media_A50vEZcCAAA-Efr.jpg_710.jpgShall we begin?  Shall we begin the summer Blockbuster season? Upped from $140 million, to $200 million to the budget to get the best possible Iron Man movie, post Avengers.

Director: Shane Black, Writer: Drew Pearce & Shane Black (Screenplay) Running time: 130 minutes
  • Robert Downey Jr. – Tony Stark
  • Gwyneth Paltrow – Pepper Potts
  • Jon Favreau – Happy Hogan
  • Ben Kingsley – The Mandarin
  • Don Cheadle – James Rhodes
  • Guy Pearce – Aldrich Killian
  • Rebecca Hall – Maya Hansen

Now, I mention the budget simply to give you a bit of behind the scenes trivia. We are living in a world where vigilantes save the world from “Norse Gods” and aliens, and where a genius, billionaire, playboy, philanthropist can wear a multi purpose tank (basically) in the form of a full body suit. In one way, he’s a rock star, in many other ways he’s just like you and me who just so happens to be a genius, billionaire, playboy, philanthropist.

Steve Rogers: “Big man in a suit of armour. Take that off, what are you?”

Tony Stark: “Genius, billionaire, playboy, philanthropist.”

The biggest themes of the movie is love and self encouragement. The first half of the movie deals a lot with the aftermath of Avengers, where Tony had a “too close for comfort” brush with death trying to save New York. Now, he’s kept himself isolated and preparing for a similar situation by building, roughly, 35 different suits for various scenarios. The later half is a bit more intriguing and very Stark-centric.

This is where I complain and applaud. Mandarin. He was teased since the first movie and then we were told Mandarin would show up in number three. We, the fans of comics, were lied too. For all the hype Ben Kingsley brought through the trailers, and even in the film, his role was such a let down. I understand why it was done to not make him typically Asian (come on, for a period of time, he was green) but, after reading the great run of Matt Fraction, how could one not want to see a closer to the source material version of Mandarin. It could have even been a great way to get the ball rolling on a Dr. Strange movie. With this new direction & director, whom I’ve never seen any of his past work, (to my understanding) there’s a lot to be happy about. Stark is still a smart ass who delivers quick verbal jabs left, right and centre. This Stark is very much more grounded (when compared to Iron Man 2). Which does work to a fault almost, but you get over it a little bit. There is one character who I thought was a bit random, and really only there for the family aspect. Personally, I think that the end ruins the movie. The story itself is complete, but it’s so far removed from the two previous films that its almost as if this movie was an out of continuity story.

The things Iron Man does, even with his new (ugly coloured) suit is really impressive. Even the other ones is all greatness. This is a Tony Stark that should exist in the world of today with all the latest technology advancements. In the climatic battle he’s very loose and limber. The biggest flaw of all was the end result to Pepper Potts. P.s. Fans of ‘Rescue”… That wasn’t rescue, haha

Bottom Line: What does the future hold for Stark? That is a question only time can answer. The post credit scene isn’t necessary to see, for once. Lastly, it goes 1st movie as the best, 3rd and Iron Man 2 as the “worst” one Okay.. I think I said what I needed too.

  • Overall rating of the movie: 3.1 out of 5,
  • Cinematography: 3.9 out of 5,
  • Editing: 4 out of 5,
  • Audio: 4 out of 5,
  • Acting: 4 out of 5,
  • Theatres or wait for the blu-ray? see it in Imax, and get the blu ray, it’s decent in 3D as well

THAT’S IT! Cheers: “To Peace” . Your eLEWsive Thought Provided by: the “LEW System”

– Xavier – @CoolyoNgeLEW

Iron Man Stands Behind his Team

The future of Avengers 2, now hangs in the balance as the studio is preparing to go into talks with Robert Downey Jr.

However the star, who received a colossal $50 million for ‘Marvel’s The Avengers‘, is thought to be fighting for a pay rise for his superhero co-stars who each made a comparatively tiny $200,000 from the movie.

[Related story: Iron Man will continue with or without Downey Jr]

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Marvel Studios bosses and Downey Jr are said to be currently negotiating his role in both ‘The Avengers 2’ and ‘The Avengers 3’, heading from Marvel’s ‘phase two’ plans and into the realm of ‘phase 3’.

So far, says the Hollywood Reporter, there’s no talk yet of an ‘Iron Man 4’, with Downey Jr remaining vague about whether he will play Tony Stark again in a stand-alone film.

What is known, however, is that signing the actor for the ‘Avengers’ sequels will almost certainly cost the notoriously frugal studio heavily.

With his various percentage and profit sharing deals, he made a colossal $50 million for ‘Avengers Assemble’, a fee he himself called ‘crazy’ in an interview with GQ magazine, adding that the studio was ‘p*ssed’ that he made so much from the film, despite it taking $1.5 billion at the box office.

According to Deadline, he’s already made $35 million from ‘Iron Man 3’, but it’s now thought that RDJ is leading the way for the other actors in the Marvel sequels to get substantial pay rises for the future films if they want him to re-sign.

One source told Deadline: “He’s the only guy with real power in this situation. and balls of steel, too. He’s already sent a message that he’s not going to work for a place where they treat his colleagues like sh*t.”

Marvel producer Kevin Feige has said that the character of Iron Man will endure, with or without Downey Jr, but that would be in a future incarnation or a rebooted version some time in the future.

But while Downey Jr would be near impossible to replace as Tony Stark without ruining continuity in the current series, it’s possible that other Avengers could be replaced in the forthcoming films, particularly the likes of the Hulk, who has been played by several actors in recent years.

‘The Avengers 2’ is due for May 1, 2015, while other Marvel projects in the offing include Edgar Wright’s ‘Ant-Man’, ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ and mooted projects including ‘Dr Strange’, ‘Iron Fist’ and ‘Black Panther’.

Speed and Chaos Coming to Avengers 2

Scarlet-Witch-QuicksilverA rumor started a few weeks ago that Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch would be joining the team in the upcoming Avengers sequel. Further signs continued to point towards the characters’ inclusion in the film and now writer/director Joss Whedon has confirmed the characters will appear in an interview with IGN. In the interview, he spoke about their involvement in the film.

“You know, they had a rough beginning. They’re interesting to me because they sort of represent the part of the world that wouldn’t necessarily agree with The Avengers. So they’re not there to make things easier. I’m not putting any characters in the movie that will make things easier.”

We’ve learned exclusively at SuperheroHype that Irish actress Saoirse Ronan is the “prototype” for their version of the Scarlet Witch, but no casting has taken place.

Whedon also spoke about how the ending to Iron Man 3 (spoiler ahead!) showed a potentially changed Tony, but he’s still tied to The Avengers.

“Well, I feel like in Iron Man 3, even though he said, ‘I’ve changed’ — he blew up his remote suits, but I don’t think anybody thinks he doesn’t have one anymore. The question is, if The Avengers are called, does he show up? And the answer is, ‘Yes!’”

Casting for The Avengers 2 is still coming together with many rumors flying around about potential actors being replaced. Regardless of who ultimately assembles for the sequel, Marvel’s The Avengers 2 hits the big screen on May 1, 2015.


The God Killer.

IronMan 6 cover
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Tony killed… Destroyed…. Fragmented the all powerful Phoenix Force  and now he has to deal with this on an intergalactic level. He travels to “The Voldi Tear” where he defends an ancient artificial world from “Mechanoid Pirate fleet”. Afterwards, Tony meets an attractive female alien whom he seductively convinces to take him back to her palace for some one on one time. But things go south and he is kicked out of the woman of the night’s room. He is, no sooner caught by the “police” of this foreign land for “Decide”.

Have you ever watched the original Star Trek with William Shatner? Well one of the things about that show, was that he could seduce any woman on any planet. And somehow these women all had the right working parts for people of earth… Yeah odd. So this issue even mentions it. It’s nice because of all the Marvel heroes, Tony is the most like Captain Kirk. He is the Marvel male whore. Clearly his libido  knows no boundaries… In this world or the next. I was gonna drop this book book the issue before, because I felt Matt Fraction’s run was a lot better and closer to the movie version which is the definitive version of Tony since his inception (arguably). His had company espionage, huge stories which lead to a big payoff, sex, Pepper, sex with Pepper and Maria Hill…. I could go on. Just know it had a lot. The first arc of Kieron Gillen was based off a previous story. (extremis) But it just didn’t really work for me. I decided to read this because it deals with the aftermath of AVX… Which kinda seemed to be swept under the rug so to speak. (unless you’re reading an ‘X’ book. The first issue is cool and that’s what I’m sticking with in terms of writing. I do fear what the outcome will be, seeing as how it’s a short arc (three issues)

Greg Land is a new artist that I’ve never heard of. Well maybe not new new…. But I haven’t heard of him. (maybe due to the books I was reading before the creative switch). But he can draw an amazing book. A lot of great detail to not just the characters in the book, but the background. Which is often lost in the medium I find (often I see characters on plain backgrounds). Even though their purple, the females are very elegant in terms of style and appearance. Just the lever of work is worthy to make Greg Land an artist to follow regardless of what he’s attached to. The work of” Guru efx and Jay Leisten, colourist and inner respectively, are great addition to the penciler.


  • Overall rating of the comic: 4.3 out of 5,
  • Art: 5 out of 5,
  • layout: 4.3 out of 5,
  • True to character dialogue: 3 out of 5,
  • Story: 3.9 out of 5.01

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THAT’S IT! Cheers: “To Peace” and May the Force be with you!

– Xavier – @CoolyoNgeLEW

Marvel Now: New Avengers #1

The Illuminati has been a force for some time in the marvel universe, aka, Earth-616.


Ever since the Kree-Skrull war, smartest men of the Marvel universe have been behind a lot of the major events in the brand’s history, most notably, the Skrull Invasion, and Civil War. Now, with the aftermath of AVX, comes a change of writers from @BRIANMBENDIS (Brian M.. Bendis) to Jonathan Hickman (Hickman is currently writing both “New Avengers” and “Avengers”)

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The story starts off with a contest in Wakanda, only to be interrupted by a raging rhino who seems to come from no where, which leads to a parallel universe and the introduction of a lady by the name of: Black Swan. Her powers and importance have yet to be determined, but whatever Black Panther walked in to, he needs the help of Reed Richards, Tony Stark, Namor, Black Bolt, Dr. Stephen Strange…. And Captain America?

I didn’t read any of the side Avx stories, so seeing Captain America was shocking… Not as shocking, however, to see Namor after the events of Avx#8.. Since it’s the first issue, it’s really just to feel out the agenda. This issue works best if you just read what’s in front of you, and don’t try to figure anything out. I have never once read a single issue of anything Black Panther (well, his solo stories) so the first few pages were confusing to me, but, I let it happen. This story feels very much like what Hickman is doing with his run on Avengers. It’s not bad, but one reason I feel Bendis’ run works, is because it all felt grounded or tethered to something going on in each and everyone’s solo story. Much less, that if you were reading a crossover event, it was almost paramount that you checked out one of the ‘Avengers’ books (regular, new, or even dark after secret invasion) to get the full scope of it all.

Steve Epting draws this book and does some inking (Rick Magyar possibly does the bulk, with Frank D’Armata the colour artist) . He is a delight to see in person actually. He really takes the time to get in a lot of detail into his pencil work. I believe this is the first pairing between Hickman and Epting, and so far, it’s pretty decent stuff.

Overall, the pacing was decent and the art is beyond impressive. I’m curious to see how Black Panther can tolerate Namor over his childhood love, Storm, post Avx. Only time will tell.


  • Overall rating of the comic: 3 out of 5,
  • Art: 4 out of 5,
  • layout: 3.5 out of 5,
  • True to character dialogue: 3 out of 5,
  • Story: 3 out of 5.

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THAT’S IT! Cheers: “To Peace” and May the Force be with you!

– Xavier – @CoolyoNgeLEW

SPOILER – Iron Man 3 Confirmed to Include Iron Patriot!





Captain America’s shield.

First look at “the Mandarin”

did anyone else notice this in the trailer? >>>>

(22.10.12) Iron Man gets a teaser poster


Here’s the synopsis:

Iron Man 3 pits brash-but-brilliant industrialist Tony Stark/Iron Man against an enemy whose reach knows no bounds. When Stark finds his personal world destroyed at his enemy’s hands, he embarks on a harrowing quest to find those responsible. This journey, at every turn, will test his mettle. With his back against the wall, Stark is left to survive by his own devices, relying on his ingenuity and instincts to protect those closest to him. As he fights his way back, Stark discovers the answer to the question that has secretly haunted him: does the man make the suit or does the suit make the man?

If you want you want to know more, then by all means continue reading.


Various sites have confirmed reports that one of the villains will be in fact a recently used character from the Marvel mainstream comics, ‘Iron Patriot’.

The armor made its first appearance in 2009’s “Dark Avengers” #1. Following the events of the “Secret Invasion” crossover, Norman Osborn was mistakenly heralded as an American hero and tasked with leading a group of government-sanctioned Avengers. Taking the technology from Stark Industries, Osborn designed his suit to represent the then-recently-deceased, Captain America.

Due to Spider-Man being owned by Sony (movie rights), the man behind the mask won’t be William Dafoe or anyone named Norman Osborn, but actor James Badge Dale (The Grey, Shame), who recently joined the cast of Marvel Studios’ Iron Man 3.

“Dale will play Eric Savin. In the Marvel comicbooks, he’s a Lieutenant Colonel in the U.S. Army put in charge of Project: Ultra. After stepping on a land mine, cybernetic surgery is performed on him and he’s resurrected as the cyborg Coldblood.” – Variety

Also noted by ‘Variety’, is that this movie will feature more elements from the ‘Extremis’ story line (comic book), which the first movie took ideas from as well. Though to my personal understanding, the only thing that was based off that story was the design of the suit for the movie.

The two differences is the man behind the mask and the colour scheme.
Iron Patriot as the suit appears in the comics

THAT’S IT! Cheers: “To Peace” and May the Force be with you!

– Xavier – @CoolyoNgeLEW

AvX #1

Even though the summer is done, this is your Summer comic event. As I write this I just finished issue 10 and yes.. You’ll see that soon.

So this Marvel Comics event starts out with Avx #0 (which you can read the review for that issue by clicking the AvX or simply the word *HERE*… HERE) then this issue Starts off kind of almost how that issue left off, The Phoenix Force is coming. The last time it was seen it took the life of Jean Grey (see the X-men animated show.. Its on Netflix and I’m sure some TV stream site has it). As the Force comes for its intended host, Artist John Romita Jr. (Kick-ass co-creator) shows us just how much of a life and death force it is, as it clean sweeps an alien race’s home planet. Cut to Avengers tower aka, Stark Tower, where its just like any other day, and then suddenly, some streaking light appears, it crashes into a commercial airplane and all hell seems to have broken loose.. But I say again.. Its like any other day as each member of the roster at hand, springs to action,[[??]] is as soon as the actions over.. Finding the fallen object we discover its Nova (first epic moment) he then whispers, ‘it’s coming’. Captain America (here on out known as Cap.A) instructs Thor and Iron Man to follow Nova’s path prior to crash landing, only to learn what Nova meant, the Phoenix is coming. Later, at the White House, Iron Man and Cap tell Obama what the hell happened in New York City, and what to expect, all while Hope Summers is being trained on Utopia, to harness the power of the Phoenix, for she is the intended vessel. When Cyclops pushes her too far, a Phoenix like power shrouds her.. Alerting Iron man. Cap.A races off to the Jean Grey School for gifted youngsters. Where he consults the headmaster… Wolverine (here on out/aka: Logan) who tells Cap, he founded this school so kids with mutant powers, can actually learn & not fight. On Utopia, Cap confronts Cyclops informing him he wants to take the girl for safe keeping. Cyclops says no…. Cap.A tells him.. “I wasn’t asking” Cyclops says.. With an optic blast…. He knew that. (Epic moment 3)… Thus starting Avengers. versus. X-Men.

John. Romita. Jr. is by far one of Marvel’s BEST! Artist… Ever, and this issue is no different. He has a way of being able to draw epic things and then very subtle things. On a first issue you kind of have to go big so that one doesn’t go home, so to speak. There’s like 3 epic moments in this issue and its a great union that the writer, the artists and the letterer have to deliver them. For as long as this artist is around, I’ll make mine marvel.

Bendis is like the most employed writer at marvel. He’s writing the new avengers, ultimate spider-man, and he’ll guess write all while doing this. I’m sure his run on the New avengers influence the movie a bit. His and Millar’s Ultimates run. Bendis is SUPERB when it comes to dialogue, and crowd reactions. Cause the New York he depicts, is alive. It’s not just heroes running around New York all the time. There’s a moment where when nova is crashing he hits a building, someone says “that’s it, I’m done” its small stuff like that, that just makes this book and his writing excel. I’m sure the entire group of writers who we’ll see in later books, had a bit of an influence. In particular who ever is writing the X-men books. Honestly. For something that has been YEARS in the making, the writing doesn’t feel cheap, it doesn’t feel dated, it feels as if a nice pay off. Bendis has been the master mind for countless arcs, and this leading into the recently announced “Marvel Now” seems like this is his “send off”… For lack of a better term. (Don’t worry he’s not leaving Marvel).

For what this book is, it’s a great page turner, and just a nice story to pit two teams against each other. The only quibble I may have, in the over all… this is more for the people who have been following the arcs/titles the preceded this crossover( as seen in my last review).


  • Overall rating of the comic: 4.8 out of 5
  • Art:  4.8 out of 5
  • layout*: 5 out of 5
  • True to character dialogue: 4.5 out of 5
  • Story: 4 out of 5

Thank you for reading feedback is always helpful.
THAT’S IT! Cheers: “To Peace” and May the Force be with you!

– Xavier – @CoolyoNgeLEW

The Avengers Movie Review

WOW… UM SIMPLY WOW. This movie rocks on all cylinders, Joss Whedon, PLEASE for the love of God stay on to make this movie’s future sequels. I WILL TRY NOT TO SPOIL TOO MUCH!!

Robert Downey Jr. Robert Downey Jr.
Chris Evans Chris Evans
Mark Ruffalo Mark Ruffalo
Chris Hemsworth Chris Hemsworth
Scarlett Johansson Scarlett Johansson
Jeremy Renner Jeremy Renner
Tom Hiddleston Tom Hiddleston
Clark Gregg Clark Gregg
Cobie Smulders Cobie Smulders
Stellan Skarsgård Stellan Skarsgård
Samuel L. Jackson Samuel L. Jackson
Gwyneth Paltrow Gwyneth Paltrow
Paul Bettany Paul Bettany
Jarvis (voice)
Alexis Denisof Alexis Denisof
Tina Benko Tina Benko
NASA Scientist

Director: Joss Whedon

Writer: Zak Penn and Joss Whedon (story) Joss Whedon (screenplay)

Every penny that was put in to this movie, which according to IMDB, is estimated at  $220,000,000–YEA THAT MUCH.

Joss Whedon directed this movie as well as wrote it (along with Zak Penn) and, as I’ve said previously with Cabin In the Woods, he really knows how to write. His expertise in character dialogue is second to none. He uses a lot of quick wit & exciting banter between all the cast, and not one character overshadows another. He’s a writer who has written for Marvel before in various comics, so he understands and respects the material and for the most part–thanks in part to the acting, all the characters are spot on with their delivery. “I’m not big on inside jokes…. I like people who’ve never seen the Avengers, to have as much fun as people who have been waiting for this movie their whole lives.”-Joss Whedon. That statement is so true about this movie. There’s a rule at Marvel Comics: Treat every issue as if it were someone’s first ever issue. The writers there all have to abide by that, and if you are a writer, I bet you can imagine how much of a challenge it is to do that on a monthly or even sometimes a weekly basis.

HULK: New actor, Mark Ruffalo portrays both Bruce Banner and the hulk in this movie. His take on it was more witty and determined, as Bruce, like he knew his role from the start. He is MY favourite hero for his brute strength and I’ll have you know, there isn’t much left out to show how strong he is. I WILL SAY however, I don’t like the new hulk design because in the Ed Norton film, he had more of a realistic body build. Instead of just muscle he had RIPPED, DEFINED muscle, and this one reminded me of the bad Ang Lee hulk movie. Basically, Ed Norton is a better Bruce on looks alone, Mark… well not so much. I didn’t like how they made him a bit more barbaric at times either, but we are yet again in a “reboot” phase for this character in a way. This though, is by far the best hulk we have ever seen, and I know I’ve contradicted myself a few times, but it’s a love hate thing.

Iron Man: If you ever felt he was just a dude in s suit, who early on [*SPOILER*] Captain America, thinks just the same thing, then you are SURELY MISTAKEN. He is used probably the most, but in recent comic history, this is about right since he is basically the brains of missions. Tony Stark is EVERYWHERE in this movie, and his witty banter with EVERY hero in this movie is dead on to his arrogance. Spider-Man is like that in a way, constantly making jokes, this is the kind of  Spider-Man I’d like to see one day. Basically, his role was improved upon to be more of a hero, but otherwise still the same old Stark

Thor: SORRY LADIES…no shirt off here, but he probably has the best entrance to this story, outside of Hulk where it was being constantly teased to the audience. He had a lot of the charm that he has in the comics in this film. His origin movie focused a lot more of the moral, but this time he is all action.

Captain America: THIS IS BY FAR HIS BEST SHOWING. I thought Chris did an amazing job in “Captain America: The First Avenger” but they got his role down pat in this movie. He was a leader, a tactician, a soldier, brave, out of touch with the times and very American (p.s. stay after the credits… just look at cap and think about it while keeping in mind where Bush sent troops). Chris Evans is an under rated actor, and even though most (critics) don’t take comic book movies serious, watching this should make you see all, if not  just the “Big Three” (Iron Man, Thor & Captain America) as good an actor as any.

Nick Fury:  Sam has done this role a total of 4 times previously (of course we aren’t counting his face being used to revamp Nick Fury in the Ultimate Marvel Universe where most of these films have been based on), but this is the first time we see him as a man who knows what must be done sees what’s he’s being told, but says that isn’t the smarter way of doing things. Basically we see why he’s the head of  S.H.I.E.L.D. and why Sam Jackson is still the most bad ass of all actors.

Black widow: Scarlett has never been more than a pretty face to me. She has both good and bad moments in this film, but more so good than bad. Her best scenes come from the first half of the movie, I’m not a fan of Black Widow so moving on.

Hawkeye: The archer was introduced during the “Thor” film, and I’m sure to many, was a highlight to the film. He has a “secondary” role, but was much like the bad ass that was seen in the”Ultimates”  (you really need to read these two volumes, it’s by far the best “Avengers” story you will ever read in your entire life). When the second half of the movie rolls out, you will know what I’m talking about.

Loki: Tom Hiddleston really understands how to use his face to drive a scene. I thought he had the best skill outside of Anthony Hopkins in the Thor movie. He may not have been the single best actor in this movie, but he definitely isn’t overshadowed by anyone else’s performance (this is, I’m sure, in part to great direction). He was on the verge of being a villain in Thor, but here he is CLEARLY someone that has lost his way, holds a jealous grudge towards his adoptive brother, and, just like in the comics, a very evil villain who likes to show off for sport.

In many recent years Marvel comics has had many brand cross over books from: Civil War, Secret Invasion & most recently, Fear Itself.  Seeing this movie reminded me of a lot of those movies and given a few tweaks here and there, I think its very possible to see the crossover stories on the big screen. I sure as hell hope if any story gets made, Civil War and World War Hulk gets done.

LASTLY, the camera work for this film is amazing, the use of the depth 3-D helps the movie in so many ways. I know many don’t like 3-D, but that’s in part to many not understanding it.Don Cheadle said it best, “Look, it’s me. I’m here. Deal with it. Let’s move on.” – Iron Man 2 – Rhodes. Many need to adapt those words to the use of 3-D. There is minimal shaky camera work in the movie, it mostly pretty clear minus maybe two fight scenes, though one is due to lighting which is why it’s not as great. I don’t know if this is my favourite thing about this movie, but I love  the fact that it is a full circle movie, everything brought up is then somehow mentioned again in a fresh new way. There are two “after credits scenes”, so be sure to stay and watch.

  • Overall rating of the movie: 4.8 out of 5,
  • Cinematography: 4.5 out of 5,
  • Editing: 4.5 out of 5,
  • Audio: 4 out of 5,
  • Acting: 4 out of 5,
  • Theatres or wait for the blu-ray? Theatre in the best way you can (like Imax or something). Then blu ray, save up for a 3-D t.v. then buy the blu-ray 3-D version.

THAT’S IT! Cheers: “To Peace” and May the Force be with you!

– Xavier – @CoolyoNgeLEW