Wednesday, February 18, 2009

I went deep sea diving

Or at least that's what my mind, eyes, and ears had me believing monday as I sat in front of the monsterous screen at the Sacramento Esquire IMAX theater. Monday was a blistery, windy, wet, and cold day so I decided to spend my afternoon catching a 3D movie at the IMAX. I decided to see two movies that day since the movies were only 45 minutes each, I saw Under The Sea 3D and Deep Sea 3D. As you probably already know I'm a big nature freak and love anything to do with the beautiful creatures of this planet so these sea life documentaries were the perfect fit for me. You may be thinking booooooooorrrrring but you'd be gravely mistaken as these documentaries put you right in the action in glorious 3D...It literally feels like you can reach out and touch the magnificant creatures as they appear to swim right into your lap! It really is a surreal experience that you have to see to believe. Thanks to technology even someone as disabled as me can go diving.


  1. Glad you had fun Buddy. I used to love going to see 3D movies. They are the best. I sure do miss them. Man, why did they have to shut down the IMAX near me. Dang it!! lol


    God Bless,

  2. Mitch,

    What an awesome, awesome blog! You are an inspration Mitch

  3. Hi Mitch-
    My name is Michele. I'm one of the producers of Under the Sea 3D.

    The Director of the Esquire IMAX theater sent me the link to your blog. I'm so pleased that you liked the film, and also very moved by what you had to say about it. You can't know how gratifying it is to me to know that our film brought the wonders of the underwater world to you.

    By the way, if you haven't already done so, you might enjoy looking at these websites to see some behind-the-scenes 'webisodes' and the Featurette which show how the film was made.

    Best wishes,