Reviews and Problems with The Creature From The Black Lagoon (1954)
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Movie overall 10
14 October 2014
Excerpt: A problem that I have with most modern 3D movies is that halfway through the film everything starts to look flat. That is not the case here. Filmed in true 3D, titles like this offer much more to enjoy visually than todays digital 3D conversion process. The blu-ray is affordable and definitely worth checking out.
Excerpt: If you're into monster flicks, this is a must own. Good story, great creature effects, and awesome underwater cinematography. Picture: Very clean, no speckles, dirt, or print damage. Compared to the DVD from The Legacy Collection, 100% improvement. Presented in widescreen as opposed to The Legacy Collection which was full screen. 3D: Awesome! Nicely layered, great popouts, and good depth.
Excerpt: "Creature from the Black Lagoon" is an interesting movie about man's relationship with the planet. The underwater photography and special effects are nothing spectacular by today's standards, until you consider that special underwater cameras were invented just make the film. The film involves a archeological expedition that quickly changes when the scientific team discovers a living, breathing fish-man...