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- Alice in Wonderland: An IMAX 3D Experience 
- Alice in Wonderland in Disney Digital 3D 
- Avatar 
- Avatar 3D 
- Avatar: An IMAX 3D Experience 
- How to Train Your Dragon: An IMAX 3D Experience 
- How to Train Your Dragon in 3D 
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If you're interested in seeing Avatar 3D one more time while it's still in theaters, you may want to make plans to see it before Thursday, March 4th!
On March 5th, Alice in Wonderland in Disney Digital 3D and Alice in Wonderland: An IMAX 3D Experience will open in theaters, and unless your favorite theaters have plenty of 3D-equipped auditoriums to spare, it's going to push out Avatar's 3D shows.
Even if Alice in Wonderland doesn't have legs, and Avatar cleans up at the Oscars ceremony on March 8th, 3D theaters are going to be showing How to Train Your Dragon 3D and How to Train Your Dragon: An IMAX 3D Experience on March 26th, so Avatar's days in 3D are definitely numbered.
I've seen the movie in 3D and in IMAX 3D. While I haven't seen it in 2D, I can believe that it would have less impact without the well-done 3D effects, and this is a movie that I don't think is going to have nearly the same impact in most homes. It's such a visually-involved movie, it may not play well on your average 40-inch TV, and the lack of 3D is probably going to remove yet another layer of impact.
All that means if you haven't see the movie yet or you just want to catch it one more time, this week is your best chance to do so! Head over to the Showtimes page for Avatar 3D and make your plans!
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