These two brief IMAX documentaries take you on dazzling 3D journeys to the Sun and Mars courtesy of NASA
Space Junk 3D is a more interesting documentary than its name implies and it looks and sounds gorgeous in this release from Image
Rescue is superb eye candy, as is typical with IMAX exhibition films, but, also typically, it lacks some depth as an outright documentary.
This IMAX documentary is filled with beautiful aerial shots of Greece, but doesn’t qualify as one of the top-tier IMAX releases for reference video quality.
This IMAX travelogue from MacGillivray Freeman offers some tasty eye candy in 2D and 3D
Filled with spectacular images of flight, this IMAX documentary follows the development of Boeing’s carbon-fiber 787 commercial airliner.
Travel back in time and see the absolute largest creatures that ever roamed the Earth in Dinosaurs: Giants of Patagonia 3D.
Ride the Ultimate Wave with this excellent 3D IMAX title from Image Entertainment.
Grand Canyon Adventure: A River at Risk offers beautiful eye candy in both 2D and 3D and a marvelous Home Theatre experience for the whole family.
Dinosaurs Alive! 3D may disappoint a bit on content, but it still offers up lots of 3D fun for the whole family.