The best part is I don't even know anyone who genuinely enjoys movies in 3-D. Everyone of my friends hates it, and I have yet to run into anyone who has said they enjoy 3-D more than just a regular movie.
Originally Posted by WMD
Jesse realizing Walt was Santa Claus could really shake things up.
Originally Posted by gpngc
I don't know how old you are, but if you can get to 24/25 without getting arrested or killed, you've done well for yourself lol.
I saw Avatar in theaters, both in 3D and normal. The 3D part did not make me feel more immersed in it at all. It's just a gimmick. If they develop the technology to have a fully-immersive 3D experience, something that is more like "virtual reality" rather than a pop-up book movie, I would be interested in that.
I have not and will not spend extra money to be uncomfortable for 2 1/2 hours.
I wear glasses so those 3D glasses either dont fit over mine or I take mine off and dont see the **** on the screen clearly in the first place.
My friends ***** and moan when I say I wont go to a movie in 3D. They dont seem to get the whole "need glasses already to see the ******* movie" thing.
And I am cheap and refuse an upcharge for stupid effects that have been around forever.
Avatar was great in 3D, everything else (of the 5 or 6 other movies I've seen in 3D) felt like it didn't utilize the technology very well in comparison. Plus the lighting is a little darker with those glasses on I've heard.
"Every light must fade, every heart return to darkness!"
-San Francisco 49ers: Five Time Super Bowl Champions-
Originally Posted by Borat
Oh, my bad. Didn't realize SWDC was the pinnacle of class and grace.
I am always weary of Spider-Man films. The first is great, two is good, that third is so ****** that it does not require discussion. This background plotline bugs me:
because I love Spider-Man as the flawed hero who watched his uncle die as a result of his own actions. The Lizard working with Peter's father? That's a different storyline, and while I do like that it's clearly focusing on Gwen Stacy, that's his college girl, not what-looks-to-be high school (football tryout part). I just worry they that they'll make Peter Parker out to be some badass, when really he's a flawed individual who lacks more confidence than lead on.
I want to be wrong, but this is the one comic character, outside of the Scarlet Spider, that I was actually obsessed with as a kid.