Really liked this one. Would've left Hitchcock on the edge of his seat.
Fell asleep half way through, will have to watch again but it's gonna be a chore. The ArcLight Dome's projection sucked though, not compensating for the 3D glasses, the picture appeared 2 or 3 stops darker with the glasses on. Prior to dozing, I tried taking them off and the picture, while still a dark film, was just right in terms of darkness/brightness. Seriously, we still haven't figured out to project 3D films brighter to take those glasses into consideration?
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I know this is deemed a "great film" and all but it was torturous, tough to watch. It's all set up with barely any pay off, lacking the money shot or money scene, if you will, giving us glimpses of something we've been torturously built up to with zero pay off. It could be rewritten as a great "killer kid" horror film but as it is now, its drama noisly overwhelms any of its other genre elements. Given how much…