|Before The Window||4|
|Beyond The Window||4|
|The Glasses Off Test||2|
|Total Score||29 (out of a possible 35)
If you see The Great Gatsby
in 2D, you might find yourself very confused-- why is all this confetti shooting out at the screen? What's with that zoom-in close-up on something that seemingly doesn't matter? The 3D, though not nearly as intense or impactful as it could have been, is a key element of the way the film was made, and if you're interested in Luhrmann as a director and the insane spectacles he can dream up, you probably ought to see it the way he intended. There's nothing in this that will change the way you see 3D forever the way Hugo did
, but if you're signing on for Luhrmann's brand of excess anyway, why not go for the extra bit?