To the editor of THE EAGLE:
There are but a handful of films that demand to be seen in 3-D. Films like "Avatar," "Hugo" and "The Life of Pi" are artistic and technical wonders that were conceived and meticulously crafted in the finest of 3-D technology to place viewers in environments that instilled in us the awe of a child discovering something new.
"Gravity" is the newest film to do this, and the achievement is frequently astonishing as it makes us experience space as perhaps no other film since "2001, A Space Odyssey" has done. To not see "Gravity" in three dimensions would be akin to watching Kubrick’s film cropped and in black and white.
Kudos to Images Cinema for its decision to screen Gravity" exclusively in 3-D. I hope patrons will support this by settling for no less than the complete, breath-taking experience.