The title says it all. I went to see "Deep Sea 3D", which is this amazing documentary about the coral ecosystem living deep in the oceans, symbiosis, and different relationships between species that are necessary for the entire system to survive. The 3D glasses weren't the old school ones with blue and red lenses. Oh no, these were better. They were normal looking, albeit a tad on the larger size. Unlike other documentaries, it wasn't just 45 minutes of footage of sharks eating things. We're talking about clams swimming, crabs being eaten, large prawns attacking octopuses, giant attacking squids, giant red starfish, jellyfish, giant jellyfish devouring normal jellyfish, sting rays, etc etc...... I don't even know how to express how good the movie was. Anyway, the animals really do come to life on the 3D screen, and it was an incredible movie experience. In fact, it was the most pleasant experience at a "cinema" I have had for a very long time, and I walked out of the cinema thinking that Deep Sea 3D was worth the cost of admission ($15 AUD for students, or aroun $12 USD), which is something I have rarely said in this millenium so far. Anyway, go see an IMAX movie.