By Allie Lincoln and Reagan O’Farrell
Sophomore Sydney Marlow walks into the theatre carrying a bag of perfectly buttered popcorn with a pair 3D glasses gripped tightly in her free hand. Usually the 3D effects make her head ache, but the reviews she read made this movie hard to pass up. She takes a seat next to her younger brother and anxiously awaits the start of the film.
“A movie I remember seeing in 3D that I absolutely loved was G-Force. I remember I jumped in my seat because I thought it was so real,” said Marlow.
The movie G-Force is a prime example of the variety of audiences that 3D movies may captivate.