Virgin Media has announced that will be introducing a large number of films for moviegoers to enjoy all of which will be in 3D to add to the atmosphere and enjoyment of fans. There’s been considerable argument whether or not 3D films are the way to go but with the impressive collection Virgin Media is giving us, perhaps we’ll be able to to finally decide if watching films in 3D are truly worth it. So let’s see the big line-up that Virgin Media has just prepared for us and decide for ourselves! While there are effectively more than 20 films for our viewing pleasure, here are at least a few of them that we can certainly enjoy.
First off we have Silent Hill: Revelations, the long awaited sequel to the Silent Hill film which picks up a few years after the events of the film although a lot of its contents are contradictory to the original film. For one thing, when the last film ended, it left Rose Da Silva, played by Radha Mitchell, and her daughter Sharon stranded in the misty otherworld in a bittersweet ending. However, the sequel begins with Sharon and her father Harry, played by Sean Bean (whom Ringers will also possibly remember as Boromir) who are on the run from the law and are forced to return to the eponymous town of mysterious monsters and demons in order to find an end to their troubles.
Also on the list of films to see on Virgin Media is the Life of Pi, the story of a young Indian man who had somehow survived the sinking of the ship that he and his family was on. Based on the novel of the same name by Yann Martel, the story plays out much the same way that Pi relates his story of being stuck in a lifeboat with a Bengal tiger as he makes his way across the pacific.
Then last but not least, we have The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey which has definitely set the mood for the up and coming Desolation of Smaug which is set to hit theaters this December and There and Back Again which will make an appearance late next year. In the meantime though, we can certainly enjoy An Unexpected Journey as Bilbo begins his trek with the dwarves towards Erebor, the dwarven city now overtaken by the dragon Smaug and must face numerous enemies and dangers like orcs and trolls along the way.