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I just came home from work and picked up my mail. I don't work for TV-Guide :D, but you all should pick up the Nov. 21-27 copy. Pages 22 and 23 have a 3-D picture of the whole TV Medium family. Page 24 has an article about the 3-D showing of "Medium" on 11/21. Then there is an insert with 3-D glasses on it. Last but not least, page 25 has an article called "Psychic Phenomenon..A day in the life of Allison DuBois, the model medium.
I've just glanced at the pages but will be reading them shortly. The TV Guide is now the size of a regular magazine.
How interesting! I'll have to pick up one tomorrow! :)
:devil: Shhhhhh, you didn't hear it from me, but if you want a preview of the pictures, go here:
The 3-D glasses work on that first picture. :)
11-18-2005, 10:15 AM
On one hand, I find it a little hokey to have 3-D glasses for this show which is spiritual in nature. Kind of like watching John Edward in 3-D. On the other hand, Iíll have the 3-D glasses on Monday night. Thereíll Iíll be, sitting in the living room in the dark in my jammies with my 3-D glasses on. Hey, you have to have a little fun, right! Wonder if it will work to tape the show. My hubby wanted to try it, but can never stay awake past 10:00.
It's on tonight. :)
Since I work on Monday evenings, and don't get home until 9:30 pm, I have to leave something big sitting on my computer table to remind me. The 3-D glasses should do it. :D
11-21-2005, 08:50 PM
I'm not so sure I need to see murder in 3D ... a definitely different perspective. Not so sure I like having to keep taking the glasses on and off either.
11-21-2005, 11:04 PM
I thought the show was pretty well-executed. Originally, I thought the entire show was to be in 3D, but I liked the idea of having only some parts in 3D better.
I thought some of the scenes were amazing, especially the opening one with Van Gogh (I believe it was Van Gogh) brushing the paint around the palate. That image really seemed to come off the screen.
I think the 3D aspect was meant to give us a look at Allison's visions the way she sees them-- sort of in your face-- and it worked.
Curious to see others' opinions on this. :)
Yes, I'd be interested too. I should have taped it as I'm afraid Monday Night Football won out for me. Bea watched it but had a long day and ended up falling asleep before it was over.
I thought the scene with Van Gogh was really great in 3D, but the rest of the 3D effects were kind of blurry for me.
Overall the show was good as usual, but I really liked the ending. Very sweet. Also, I have to say that I love how they show the imperfections of the (almost) typical American family...the messy bedroom, the coffee-dipped tie, the hectic schedule...and those kids are so darned CUTE...I just wanna pinch their cheeks.:love:
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