To catch the latest in 3-D films, pop along to the Vue cinema in Plymouth for a week of eye-popping action. And 3-D films have moved on a long way since Jaws 3-D (although how can you compete with Denis Quaid in 3-D shorts?).
The extra-dimensional extravaganza ends on June 19, but until then there are daily showings of My Bloody Valentine (18) and Coraline (PG) -which means the whole family can get to put on those spooky specs, even if they are watching different films.
And what else can we expect to be poking at our eye-balls: Ice Age 3; Avatar; How to Train Your Dragon and at least some scenes of Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland, which hitched up at Antony House for a while. Shrek Goes Fourth has a novel approach, not only will it be in 3-D, but it will also experiment with the fourth dimension, too -time. Apparently, you might get the impression you’ve seen it all before.
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