3D movies are exciting in a totally different way from other films. Not only do they carry a number of themes like other films do, they deliver these messages in a way that makes you really feel like you are a part of the action and the story. 3D films are known to appear to “pop out” at you, creating lifelike images that seem to extend from your television set and right into your living room, giving you the feeling that you could reach out and grasp the images if you tried. This article will serve as a list of the seven best 3D movies on Netflix.
1. A Turtle’s Tale: Sammy’s Adventures (2010)
|Release Date on Netflix||May 1, 2014|
|Runtime||1 hour 28 minutes|
|IMDb Rating||6.1 out of 10|
|Rotten Tomatoes Score||44%|
|Streaming on||Netflix United States, Netflix Canada, Netflix Sweden, Netflix Denmark, Netflix Finland and Netflix France.|
Starring Kathy Griffin and Jenny McCarthy among others, A Turtles Tale: Sammy’s Adventures is a story that follows a sea turtle named Sammy who was hatched in the year 1959. Sammy spends the next 50 years journeying across the globe and taking note of the way that it is being altered by global warming.
– One of the sponsors of the film, Greenpeace showed their rescue ship as one that was fighting a whaling ship.
2. Flying Swords of Dragon Gate (2011)
|Release Date on Netflix||December 5, 2012|
|Runtime||2 hours 2 minutes|
|IMDb Rating||6.0 out of 10|
|Rotten Tomatoes Score||68%|
|Streaming on||Netflix United States and Netflix Canada|
One of the most popular 3D films and a great choice for our list of the seven best 3D movies on Netflix, Flying Swords of Dragon Gate is set after Dragon Inn. Jade, an innkeeper, has disappeared out of nowhere and a new inn has popped up. This inn employs mauraders that are pretending to be lawful citizens but hope to breathe new life into the lost city.
– Director Tsui offered the lead part to Donnie Yen, but Yen declined as he didn’t want to be a part of remakes or sequels to films he had already been in. Jet Li was then signed on for a $12 million contract.
3. Animals United (2010)
|Release Date on Netflix||September 21, 2012|
|Director||Reinhard Klooss and Holger Tappe|
|Runtime||1 hour 33 minutes|
|IMDb Rating||4.9 out of 10|
|Rotten Tomatoes Score||25%|
|Streaming on||Netflix United States, Netflix Canada, Netflix Netherlands, Netflix Brazil, Netflix Australia and Netflix New Zealand|
While waiting for the yearly flood that brings them the food and water that they need to survive, a group of animals finds out that humans around them have been ruining their natural habitats and have built a new dam that is to help with a leisure resort.
– Mark Flood, an animator, had been excited to see Animals United, but he was sent to the hospital after suffering a stroke the day that it was released. He recovered a few months later and was able to watch it at a local cinema.
4. Little Brother Big Trouble: A Christmas Adventure (2012)
|Release Date on Netflix||December 15, 2012|
|Director||Jørgen Lerdam and Kari Juusonen|
|Runtime||1 hour 19 minutes|
|IMDb Rating||5.9 out of 10|
|Rotten Tomatoes Score||48%|
|Streaming on||Netflix United States, Netflix Canada, Netflix Netherlands, Netflix Brazil, Netflix United Kingdom, Netflix Denmark and Netflix Finland|
This film is set just before Christmas. A reindeer named Niko has to cope with his mother being remarried and his new job of looking after his new little stepbrother. His little brother goes missing and Niko must get assistance from a friend in order to find him.
– Out of all animated Finnish films, this is only the third 3D film that has come from the country.
5. Beowulf (2007)
|Release Date on Netflix||December 15, 2012|
|Runtime||1 hour 55 minutes|
|IMDb Rating||6.2 out of 10|
|Rotten Tomatoes Score||71%|
|Streaming on||Netflix United States, Netflix Germany and Netflix Austria|
Beowulf is a story about a warrior named Beowulf who has to fight and vanquish a monster named Grendel. Grendel is currently terrorizing the country of Denmark, but later, Grendel’s mother begins to kill out of a sense of revenge for her son, posing new problems.
– Beowulf is based on the oldest known story that has been written in the English language.
– Reported by Jerome Chen, the visual effects supervisor, there were nearly 300 cameras used which is abundant compared to the typical 64 to 72 used in films like The Polar Express (2004).
– Screenwriters Roger Avary and Neil Gaiman started writing the script for Beowulf in May of 1997.
– Shah Rukh Khan gained muscle mass and developed a “six pack” for his role in Don 2.