Very rarely do you see a film use its 3D conversion to its greatest extent, particularly when it comes to the “Before The Window” aspect. The concept of throwing objects at the audience can either be non-existent, or in some cases a cheap gag to convince you 3D is being used properly. Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings doesn’t play to either of those poles of the spectrum, delivering a rare win for people that like to feel like a part of the action. From the first fight where Simu Liu throws his fist towards the audience to the huge third act finale, rings, weapons, and characters are flung out at the crowd. Using the effect just right, this 3D conversion breaks the barrier between audience and film, and it’s a beautiful thing to see.