I saw Avatar again today. This time it was in 3D.
No cheesy effects to say "Hey look! We can do 3D stuff Here it is! 3D coming at ya!"
None of that. It was... immersion. This is the first time I have ever seen 3D used the way it SHOULD be. Go see Avatar. See it in 3D.
Now that I could see the film and not be so stunned by it, I could pay attention to the details. Remember on Blade Runner where you see trash on top of one of the offices? Yeah. Nothing was missed here. This is not just a flat image with the director expecting you to see the main characters. The entire thing is carefully crafted. Bugs flying around, the action in the background, the forest never loses resolution, drops of sweat.
It is a world created, and all that is in it. Look around you. See the level of detail. Things you never notice but are there: small scratches on the wood grain, dust on a tchotchke on your shelf, smudges on your computer monitor and the lint in your keyboard. The film takes those things into account.