Tuesday, September 10, 2013

SpongeBob SquarePants: The Great Jelly Rescue 4-D Movie at the Vancouver Aquarium

As part of their Jelly Invasion exhibit, the Vancouver Aquarium is showing "SpongeBob SquarePants 4-D: The Great Jelly Rescue" in their theatre. 
"Join SpongeBob, Patrick and Sandy on a wildly hilarious 4-D adventure to rescue the Jellyfish of Jellyfish Fields from Plankton’s evil clutches. With eye catching 4-D effects, you’ll join SpongeBob on a rollicking adventure to free the Jellyfish and destroy Plankton’s terrible pollution-belching machine. See how SpongeBob’s big heart puts him oceans above the rest."

If you've never experienced the Vancouver Aquarium's 4-D theatre, you really should. It's a 3-D movie, complete with dorky glasses you borrow & the expected in-your-face visuals & surround sound, but also includes special effects that grab your other senses of touch and smell too.

Also on the menu (sometimes literally!) at the Jelly Invasion exhibit:
  • Jelly Deli: the chance to eat jellyfish! Will you be one of the brave foodies chosen to step up to the plate and dive in? Every day during Jelly Deli these brave volunteers will sample some jellyfish dishes, describing their culinary experience to our guests. What does it taste like? What’s the texture like? Does the chef get top marks for presentation? What better place to be adventurous trying a foreign food than in front of an audience of hundreds.
  • Are You Smarter Than A Jellyfish? It’s tough to compare…they don’t really have brains. However, jellies are more than simple gelatinous blobs that float around at the mercy of currents. Even a "trivial" look shows their complexity, fascinating interactions with their environment, and surprising connections with us. Put your jelly knowledge to the test in this fun game show style interpretive program taking place in the Underwater Arctic gallery. Step right up and prove that you’re a jelly expert. Not the competitive type? Cheer on participants as a part of the audience and get a lesson in Jellyfish 101.
For show schedules & more information on Jelly Invasion, visit the Vancouver Aquarium's website. You can also get updates via their Facebook page, follow them on Twitter or watch their YouTube channel.

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