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Found Footage 3D (2016)

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A group of filmmakers sets out to make the first 3D found footage horror movie, but find themselves IN a found footage horror movie when the evil entity from their film escapes into their behind-the-scenes footage.

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A group of filmmakers sets out to make the first 3D found footage horror movie, but find themselves IN a found footage horror movie when the evil entity from their film escapes into their behind-the-scenes footage.

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Found Footage 3D finally gets the gimmick right!
1 September 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

FOUND FOOTAGE 3D is among the best 3D movies ever made. Granted, aside from Avatar, Beowulf (ugh) and Gravity, there aren't a lot of adult or mature 3D movies that have been made that are worth watching. That being said, I think that Jackass: 3D was the first movie to truly utilize the "interactive" properties of filming a movie in 3D. And that's actually what brings me to praise this movie as much as I am. There's an inherent problem with found footage movies. That is, "why the hell is the camera still on?" This movie answers the age-old question from the get-go; we're making a fake movie. With this fact in mind, everything falls directly into place. The performances are spot-on with regards how the film has presented itself. When they're "rolling," they're in character. We hear the self-indulgent director/producer/actor in the film call "cut" and the scene changes on a dime. We get this verité-esque feel to each scene. The tension slips in under the cloak of comedy in a very Mitchell Hurwitz-ian way, making us look one way while there's a bear trap being baited right behind us. In a stroke of editing genius, everything comes to a head and then falls apart in the blink of an eye. Mimicking both reality and story structure that would cause Villeneuve to applaud at the least, The crux of the film and the film's ending (which is quite satisfying) project onto the audience the incessant question: "why the hell is the camera still on!?" The director justifies this beautifully, making the camera a needed part of the story. Somehow, this movie makes the very camera on which it was filmed, nearly a character in-and-of itself. Very, very clever. a refreshing and much needed revival to some seriously cool technology.


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