Polar Express: 2 thumbs up

Discussion in 'Getting Started' started by spitfire, Nov 15, 2004.

  1. 60103

    60103 Pooh Bah

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    I was taken to both as my wife is a Polar Express fan. We saw the IMAX version with members of her family.
    I can't say much about the 3D as my cataract makes me effectively blind in one eye. Everyone else enjoyed it, though.
    Maybe we can get it shown at the Ontario Place IMAX screen.
  2. ezdays

    ezdays Out AZ way

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    Geeze, I don't think it's on IMAX here in the Phoenix area. If it is, we're going to see it again. My wife an I try hard to go to one movie a year, usually on New Years Eve. Well the past two years we couldn't find anything we wanted to watch, but this year we did and we saw it on a regular screen. Sheer pleasure where the only bedroom scene was the kids tucked in waiting for Santa and the only drugs used in it were milk and cookies. :thumb: :thumb: We might not have went if it wasn't for Val starting this thread... Thanks.
  3. Iron Goat

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    Yeah, it sounds like Grandpa and the Grandkids (all 7 0f them...) will be going on another "Polar" excursion !

    Bob
  4. Dave Flinn

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    My wife and I finally got around to seeing it last Sunday, but not the Imax version. It was still a great movie, and Tom Hanks sure was a busy guy.
  5. 2-8-2

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    I took my kids (ages 7, 5, 3) to see it on opening day, and they loved it. My oldest daughter is at that age when she's starting to doubt Santa, so I got all of them some sleigh bells for Christmas. They ate it up.