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When James Cameron released “Avatar” in 2009, it heralded a new era of cinema, in which 3D would become the de facto format for any tentpole flick looking to make a fortune at the box office.

In the initial rush of enthusiasm, some studios resorted to gimmickry, hastily converting movies that had originally been shot in 2D, but a few filmmakers began to explore the full potential of the format.

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