Across the Sea of Time (1995)

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A young Russian boy, Thomas Minton, travels to New York as a passenger on a Russian freighter. Close to Ellis Island he gets off and thus starts his journey to America the same way as all ... See full summary »

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14 April 2013 | Sander-Kiesel
MUST be available on 3D Blu-ray soon!
Isn't it crazy? While a Sony official declares 3D nearly dead, Sony Pictures seems to refuse bringing Across the Sea of Time on the market in 3D Blu-ray. Indeed, eventually general public will loose interest in 3D TV, but only because of the lack of good movies like this one. Finally there is a good system which can bring us quality 3D, but from our wish lists we can buy only a handful. Also the continuous flow of 3D rubbish will make it hard to find the really good stuff. When you have bad luck and have bought a few bad 2D to 3D conversions and have seen buildings with an interesting interior, but only taken from the outside with a cheap camcorder thru the window while driving... Yes, I can imagine this will make a person think twice about buying another expensive 3D Blu-ray. I sure hope this situation changes in time and people will see that 3D at home can be great when 4k and OLED are combined in passive 3D. I think this is the way to go.

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Plot Summary


Genres

Adventure | Drama | Family | History

Details

Release Date:

20 October 1995

Language

English, Russian


Country of Origin

USA

Filming Locations

New York City, New York, USA

Box Office

Opening Weekend:

$4,589,000 (USA) (19 July 1996)

Gross:

$15,982,846 (USA) (4 May 2003)

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