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* Parodied in the ''Monster Chiller Horror Theater'' segments on ''{{Series/SCTV}}'', which ocassionally show [[TheresNoBInMovie fake 3-D films]] that consist of nothing but this - minus the 3-D. ("Have some pancakes!")

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* Parodied in the ''Monster Chiller Horror Theater'' segments on ''{{Series/SCTV}}'', which ocassionally show [[TheresNoBInMovie fake 3-D films]] films that consist of nothing but this - minus the 3-D. ("Have some pancakes!")


* Parodied in a sketch on ''The Creator/LennyHenry Show'' in which one of two doomed men in the opening scene of a [[TheresNoBInMovie spoof horror film]] keeps waving his fishing pole around. The other guy asks him what he's doing, and the first says he's making the most of the 3D effects (the sketch is not shot in 3D, although the pole behaves like a [[StylisticSuck bad 3D effect]]).

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* Parodied in a sketch on ''The Creator/LennyHenry Show'' in which one of two doomed men in the opening scene of a [[TheresNoBInMovie spoof horror film]] film keeps waving his fishing pole around. The other guy asks him what he's doing, and the first says he's making the most of the 3D effects (the sketch is not shot in 3D, although the pole behaves like a [[StylisticSuck bad 3D effect]]).


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* Creator/DreamWorksAnimation's VanityPlate, debuting in [[WesternAnimation/HowToTrainYourDragon their second movie to be in 3D]], makes significantly more use of depth than the old one, featuring such gimmicks as the boy swinging his fishing rod around such that the hook swings past the camera, and the letters that spell "Dreamworks" flying in from the foreground.

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* Creator/DreamWorksAnimation's VanityPlate, debuting in [[WesternAnimation/HowToTrainYourDragon their second movie to be in 3D]], 3D,]] makes significantly more use of depth than the old one, featuring such gimmicks as the boy swinging his fishing rod around such that the hook swings past the camera, and the letters that spell "Dreamworks" flying in from the foreground.



* Matthew Callaghan's 3D WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes [[UsefulNotes/LooneyTunesInTheSeventiesAndOnward theatrical shorts]][[note]]years 2010 and 2011[[/note]] invariably indulge in these '''''quite''' frequently''. The first three Road Runner shorts and "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AdoN-wLp1gc I Tawt I Taw a Puddy Tat]]" have loads of them while "Daffy's Rhapsody" and "Flash in the Pain" use them somewhat less frequently.

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* Matthew Callaghan's 3D WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes [[UsefulNotes/LooneyTunesInTheSeventiesAndOnward theatrical shorts]][[note]]years 2010 and 2011[[/note]] invariably indulge in these '''''quite''' frequently''. The first three Road Runner shorts and "[[https://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AdoN-wLp1gc I "I Tawt I Taw a Puddy Tat]]" Tat"]] have loads of them while "Daffy's Rhapsody" and "Flash in the Pain" use them somewhat less frequently.


** His later review of ''Film/Spy Kids 3-D'' introduces the 3D Brothers ([[ActingForTwo all played by Malcolm]]): Dignified, Distracting, and Doesn't Count, with Distracting representing overuse of this trope.

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** His later review of ''Film/Spy Kids ''Film/SpyKids 3-D'' introduces the 3D Brothers ([[ActingForTwo all played by Malcolm]]): Dignified, Distracting, and Doesn't Count, with Distracting representing overuse of this trope.


* ''WesternAnimation/ShrekFourD'' has many, ''many'' shots of objects and characters sticking out of the screen - a statue with a sword, Shrek's finger, Pinocchio's nose, and even Donkey's entire body at one point.


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* ''WesternAnimation/ShrekFourD'' has many, ''many'' shots of objects and characters sticking out of the screen - a statue with a sword, Shrek's finger, Pinocchio's nose, and even Donkey's entire body at one point.


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** His later review of ''Film/Spy Kids 3-D'' introduces the 3D Brothers ([[ActingForTwo all played by Malcolm]]): Dignified, Distracting, and Doesn't Count, with Distracting representing overuse of this trope.


* Used very blatantly in ''[[Film/SpyKids Spy Kids 3D]]'', where things like frog tongues, cogs, fists, cars and all sorts of stuff get thrown straight at the viewer on every possible opportunity, which is VERY visible if you're watching the movie in 2D.

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* Used very blatantly in ''[[Film/SpyKids Spy Kids 3D]]'', ''Film/SpyKids3DGameOver'', where things like frog tongues, cogs, fists, cars and all sorts of stuff get thrown straight at the viewer on every possible opportunity, which is VERY visible if you're watching the movie in 2D.


* Subverted in the ThreeDimensionalEpisode of ''Series/TheDrewCareyShow''. There's a scene in which Drew is about [[VomitIndiscretionShot throw up]], but recovers at the last second. The caption which normally urges viewers to don their 3D glasses instead chastises viewers for wanting to see Drew throw up in 3D.

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* Subverted in the ThreeDimensionalEpisode of ''Series/TheDrewCareyShow''. There's a scene in which Drew is about to [[VomitIndiscretionShot throw up]], but recovers at the last second. The caption which normally urges viewers to don their 3D glasses instead chastises viewers for wanting to see Drew throw up in 3D.

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* The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HQVdBQl34g4 InTru 3D logo]], used in Dreamworks Animation films from 2009-12, has the bouncing ball ''really'' get into the audience's faces.


* ''Film/FridayThe13thPartIII'' employs several, which includes Jason shooting harpoon right at the viewer right after putting on his signature hockey mask.

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* ''Film/FridayThe13thPartIII'' employs several, which includes Jason shooting a harpoon right at the viewer right after putting on camera while wearing his signature hockey mask.mask for the first time.


* The remake of ''Fright Night'' did this with a few shots, most notably when Jerry flicks a pebble at Peter Vincent during the climax. Astonishingly, the 2D DVD release approximates the 3D effect surprisingly well.

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* The remake of ''Fright Night'' ''Film/FrightNight2011'' did this with a few shots, most notably when Jerry flicks a pebble at Peter Vincent during the climax. Astonishingly, the 2D DVD release approximates the 3D effect surprisingly well.well.
* ''Film/FridayThe13thPartIII'' employs several, which includes Jason shooting harpoon right at the viewer right after putting on his signature hockey mask.


* Parodied at the end of the ''WebAnimation/StrongBadEmail'' "stunt double", where Strong Bad turns into an anaglypic 3D image ("Check out all my dimensions! I got height, width, and now, for a limited time only... depth!") and throws 3.5" diskettes at the camera.

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* ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'': Parodied at the end of the ''WebAnimation/StrongBadEmail'' "stunt double", where Strong Bad turns into an anaglypic 3D image ("Check out all my dimensions! I got height, width, and now, for a limited time only... depth!") and throws 3.5" diskettes at the camera.


-->'''Critic:''' ...But then, every so often you get the WebAnimation/YouTubePoop of 3-D. Where every so often they just go 'F**K YOU, WE'RE 3-D! F**K YOU, WE'RE 3-D!'

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-->'''Critic:''' ...But then, every so often you get the WebAnimation/YouTubePoop of 3-D. Where every so often they just go 'F**K 'FUCK YOU, WE'RE 3-D! F**K FUCK YOU, WE'RE 3-D!'


* On the ''Series/HomeImprovement'' ThreeDimensionalEpisode, Tim and Al spend all of ''Tool Time'' shamelessly shoving things at the camera.
** Clarification: The episode in question isn't in 3D. In Universe, Tim and Al's show within a show is doing a 3D week. The gag for the audience watching it on TV is that the entire ''Tool Time'' sequence is pandering to the special 3D cameras, which look so ridiculous on 2D television.

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* On the ''Series/HomeImprovement'' ThreeDimensionalEpisode, Tim and Al spend all of ''Tool Time'' shamelessly shoving things at the camera.
** Clarification: The episode in question isn't in 3D. In Universe, Tim and Al's show within a show is doing a
camera. A prime example of 3D week. The gag for the audience watching it on TV is that the entire ''Tool Time'' sequence is pandering to the special 3D cameras, which look so effects looking ridiculous on in 2D television.reruns, but at least given justification in-show as it was the characters playing around with a 3D camera for their ShowWithinAShow.


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->'''Kermit:''' So it's going to be a swell demonstration, and at no time will we be stooping to any cheap 3D tricks.
->'''Fozzie:''' Did someone say ''"cheap 3D tricks"''? ''[Blows noisemaker at camera]''

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->'''Kermit:''' So it's going to be a swell demonstration, and at no time will we be stooping to any cheap 3D tricks.
->'''Fozzie:'''
tricks.\\
'''Fozzie:'''
Did someone say ''"cheap 3D tricks"''? ''[Blows noisemaker at camera]''






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* Parodied by WebVideo/TheCinemaSnob when [[http://www.thecinemasnob.com/the-cinema-snob/friday-the-13th-part-3-3d reviewing]] ''Film/FridayThe13thPartIII'', given the movie is equally guilty.
* WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic's review of TheAdventuresOfSharkboyAndLavagirl (above) prompted him to point out the (over)use of this trope in the film, and other such fare.
--> "...But then, every so often you get the WebAnimation/YouTubePoop of 3-D. Where every so often they just go 'F**K YOU, WE'RE 3-D! F**K YOU, WE'RE 3-D!'"

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* Parodied by WebVideo/TheCinemaSnob when [[http://www.thecinemasnob.com/the-cinema-snob/friday-the-13th-part-3-3d reviewing]] ''Film/FridayThe13thPartIII'', given the movie is equally guilty.
* WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic's review of TheAdventuresOfSharkboyAndLavagirl (above) prompted him to point out the (over)use of this trope in the film, and other such fare.
--> "...But then, every so often you get the WebAnimation/YouTubePoop of 3-D. Where every so often they just go 'F**K YOU, WE'RE 3-D! F**K YOU, WE'RE 3-D!'"
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* Parodied by WebVideo/TheCinemaSnob when [[http://www.thecinemasnob.com/the-cinema-snob/friday-the-13th-part-3-3d reviewing]] ''Film/FridayThe13thPartIII'', given the movie is equally guilty.
* WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic's review of ''Film/TheAdventuresOfSharkboyAndLavagirl'' (above) prompted him to point out the (over)use of this trope in the film, and other such fare.
-->'''Critic:''' ...But then, every so often you get the WebAnimation/YouTubePoop of 3-D. Where every so often they just go 'F**K YOU, WE'RE 3-D! F**K YOU, WE'RE 3-D!'
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* Used in the 3D WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes short "Lumber Jack-Rabbit", where the WB shield flies into the audience in the opening.

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* Used in the 3D WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' short "Lumber Jack-Rabbit", where the WB shield flies into the audience in the opening.



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