Hotel Transylvania 3D TV

| Dec 30, 2012
I'm not sure you've already seen Hotel Transylvania in 3D. if you did, lucky you. If you didn't, let me tell you, please go ahead and watch it. If Hotel Transylvania is no longer available in theathers, don't worry, end of January you can get it on Bluray, or even on 3D Bluray, so you can watch Hotel Transylvania at home on your 3D TV.

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Hotel Transylvania 3D TV

The story and the heroes are hilarious, you will laugh all the time. Dracula is not what you will expect from a vampire! There is also a hint of romance, for teenagers, of course.

The movie Hotel Transylvania is about a young vampire girl Mavis (dubbed by Selena Gomez) who wants to go out and explore the outside world. Welcome to Hotel Transylvania Dracula's lavish five-stake resort where monsters and their families can live it up and no humans are allowed. Her over protective father Dracula (Adam Sandler) does not want his young daughter to go out and mingle with humans. He believes that humans do not like vampires and will try to hurt her but he did tell her that when she turned 118, she could go. One special weekend Dracula (Adam Sandler) has invited all his best friends ( Frankenstein and his wife the Mummy the Invisible Man the Werewolf family and more) to celebrate his beloved daughter Mavis's (Selena Gomez) 118th birthday. An unexpected guest arrives, a human. Mavis falls for the human and the rest as they say, is history.

Watch the Hotel Transylvania 3D TV Trailer


Mortal Instruments - City of Bones 3D TV - the new Twilight

I had the chance to read the "Mortal Instruments" books over the past few days.
and let me tell you Mortal Instruments - City of Bones will be a very cool movie. This movie and probably the next movies from the Mortal Instruments series (City of Ashes, City of Glass, City of Lost Souls) will warm the hearts of all teenagers out there, especially those who loved the Twilight series as well.

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The author of Mortal Instruments, Cassandra Clare, knows exactly what teenagers like.
Magic, Mystery, Good heroes and Bad heroes, special powers, and last but not least, Romance.
And an abundance of vampires, werewolves, demons, warlocks and other deadly creatures.

The story in Mortal Instruments is great, funny and full of twists. So if you decide to read the books before seeing the movie on the big screen or on your 3DTV, you won't regret nor let the book down until you finished it.

An ordinary teenage girl, Clary Fray, finds out the truths about her past and bloodline on her quest to get her mom back (attacked and taken from their home in New York City by a demon), that changes her entire life.
Clary must join forces with a group of Shadowhunters, who introduce her to a dangerous alternate New York called Downworld.
She falls in love, struggles with her best friend, and becomes the person her mother feared she would become.

Jonathan Rhys Meyers plays the bad guy (Valentine Morgenstern) in City of Bones, as long as the next installments of Mortal Instruments. He looks quite mean indeed.

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Lily Collins, I don't know if you know her, is very believable playing the main female hero of the series, Clary Fray. This is not your normal sexbomb actress, but a more subtle appeal. She will become a big star after Mortal instruments.

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Jamie Campbell Bower looks great as well, but I'm not sure the book fans will recognize Jace Wayland in him, being that Jace spent most of the time covered in crap, having a bad attitude and snarling at people.

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The Mortal Instruments - City of Bones movie will be available in August 2013.
watch the Mortal Instruments - City of Bones trailer


Turbo 3D aka the Es-Car-Goes comes July 2013

| Dec 25, 2012
A garten snail wants to win the Indy 500? This is the story of the movie "Turbo", that will come to your 3D theaters on 19 of July 2013.

Since my kids love to go to these type of computer animated movies, especially the ones with lots of action, special effects and 3D, I really can't wait to go and see Turbo and to get it later for watching on my big 3DTV.

Turbo 3D aka the Es-Car-Goes comes July 2013

Turbo is a high-velocity 3D comedy about an underdog snail who kicks into overdrive when he miraculously gains the power of super-speed. But after making fast friends with a crew of streetwise, tricked-out es-car-goes (Escargot in French is Snail), Turbo learns that no one succeeds on their own. So he puts his heart and shell on the line to help his pals achieve their dreams, before Turbo-charging his own impossible dream: winning the Indy 500.

Quite the story from the makers from Dreamworks.

Have you noticed that most acclaimed and popular 3D movies are the animated 3D movies? Turbo is not an exception. Watch the Turbo 3D Trailer:


Jack Reacher 3D TV - short people can be tall too

I'm a big fan of Lee Child's Jack Reacher books, I read all of them in a matter of days, one by one. Not all of them are perfect or fast-paced as they should be, but all in all, Jack Reacher convinces as a physically intimidating hero, and he can take you on a wild ride on his good days.

Like most of you who read the books, finding out many months ago that Hollywood will make a movie about Jack Reacher just made my day.
I was very curious to see who is going to be casted to play the hero part. I was expecting the Rock to do it. He is tall and mean looking. Or Hugh Jackman. Arnold the Terminator would have been great, 40 years younger, right?

We end up with Tom Cruise.

It seems Tom Cruise has a very good agent. I mean, Tom Cruise is 5' 7". Talking about good cynematography, making short people look very tall on TV.

Jack Reacher 3D TV

The story from the book "On Shot" is still great and worth seeing on your 3D TV.
I'm sure Tom Cruise will stick to make more Jack Reacher movies in the future. We probably have to live with it and enjoy the rest. Also reading the books will help.

"A homicide investigator digs deeper into a case involving a trained military sniper who shot five random victims.