We really enjoyed this light hearted and informative documentary about Humanoids. 3D effects were wonderful as were the venue. Would be a worthwhile visit for all ages.
Science Museum IMAX 3D
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- Howard Hall’s sub-aquatic 3D trip opens with one of the most effective IMAX sequences yet: a static shot of a calm lagoon so lifelike you might feel the urge to dip your toes. Then the camera dives beneath the surface and we’re presented with a ka...Read more
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Easy going, informative and fun! Enjoyed the comparisons with 'the human machine.' My young daughter (aged 13) thoroughly enjoyed it. Impressed by the venue and comfortable auditorium. 3D effects were great.
I think I vaguely recollected there being an IMAX inside the Science Museum, but I never got around to experiencing it untill I did. Great experience, staff were super helpful and it is accessible all the way through to the screen if you are turning up with a pram or a wheelchair.
Having been to the science museum several times over the years, I realised I'd never actually visited the cinema there. It really does seem quite a novelty tucked away at the top of the museum. Once in, all the familiar sights and smells of the cinema are there, including a nice big Imax screen. I saw Robots 3D, which is something I would highly recommend for families. The 3d worked very well and the content has something for both adults and children alike.
I'd be interested to see if they show any Hollywood films there as it's location give those who live in SW/W London an excuse not to travel to the BFI Imax in Waterloo. My only real gripe was that for a 45 min film it seemed a little overpriced but hey, this is London, what do you expect?
The IMAX screen at the science museum is very little different in what it offers compaired to the one at the Southbank. I was lucky enough to see Robots 3D there which was an interesting documentary into how far robots have come along, rather than a look at how they are going to take over the world like something out of Teeminator, more about how they are being built to help in modern day society whilst pushing the boundaries of technology. This was a fun family documentary voiced by Simon Pegg which was not only entertaining but insightful and a great 3D film.
The first time I found out an Imax exists in the Science Museum! We treated this as a good day out with the partner and Timeout never disappoints with its random free experiences. Thank you again!