I'm pretty sure that press screenings, even in 3D, won't get this added bonus, so I'm out either way. But if you go, you'll be special, because that's the way everyone is when they're in Mr. Rogers' neighborhood.
The movie opens tomorrow here in Brazil. So suck it America...
I... DON'T... CARE.
I still don't give a f*** about 3D.
I avoid 3D and trailers anyways. So yay, a double-win for me!
Sweet. I was planning on seeing it in 3D anyway.
Then again, I seem to be one of the few around here that enjoys going to the movies, enjoys 3D, and doesn't suffer side effects from it...
Well this is how they got me to watch The Hobbit in Imax 3D...that was to watch the first nine minutes of Star Trek: Into the Darkness. So I guess Hollywood will get my money to watch Thor in 3D.
Feel like I stepped way back to 2011 with all the complaints below. Did none of you see Gravity in RealD? If not, pity.
They would have to pay me to see it in 3D. Then again they would have to pay me to go into a movie theater anymore.
Still won't see it in 3D. "Extended Sneak Peak"? So what? I'm going to see both movies anyways. AND I won't end up with a splitting headache this way.
The only movie I've ever seen in 3D was 'ParaNorman'. It actually worked, being that it was shot in the 3D process. But saying that, just because you can use 3D doesn't mean you should.
I think I shall fashion a 3D lens clipon for my glasses I have so many glasses because they can go fuck themselves if they think in giving them back after paying for them. That's right I'm also very petty. Like in the "Don't Come Around Here No More" kind of way.
No. No no no no no no!
I wear glasses already. I'm not putting on another pair of glasses over my already-hated prescription glasses just to watch a fucking movie. NO NO NO NO.
I just want to sit down and relax... Maybe eat some chocolate, sip a Coke, put my hand down my fiancee's panties, and enjoy the movie. Is that too much to ask?!?
I hate how it washes the color out of the movie. I watched Avatar when it came out in both formats. The 3D effects were cool but it looked like a black and white movie compared to the 2D version.
The 3D stuff gives me a headache so I luckily get to bow out of watching it in that format, and even if it didn't, I am not a fan of gimmicks(when are we going to get smell-o-rama back?).
I'm so tired of the 3d-ification of movies. It doesn't make the plot any better. Also, I'm not paying however many extra dollars to wear big clunky glasses that may give me a headache over my actual glasses.
I would like to point out that this is just a joke and in no way a reflection of my political view.
@Dr-Crash Yeah I just put my contacts in and i'm fine.
@NicnacWhat's the difference between RealD and 3D?
@nix.nightbird I would enjoy that...not that i would put my hand down your fiancee's pants...ummm...i think i just made this awkward.
I haven't seen Pacific Rin un-3D so I don't know how well GDT compensaited, but Prometheus spent several extra months in post production while Ridely Scott had them correct the color and brightness to compensate for the wash and dim of 3D.
Brave in 3D however was like watching people in dark clothing walk around in a closet with the lights off.
Just eat a mess if refried beans the night before you go. Then you can provide your own.
I already have some nerd goggle, I don't need to wear two pairs at once.
It's just a brand for a specific tech for 3d, the most common tech in movie theaters in the USA. Personally, I've never enjoyed IMAX, found it to be 'skewed', flickery, and distracting. I saw Star Trek Into Darkness in RealD and never noticed the 3d (it was that immersive). The next weekend, I saw it in IMAX and hardly saw the movie, being so distracted by 'artifacts' and things that struck me as fake in terms of distance and placement.
RealD has always been comfortable for me, and I wear prescription glasses.
I guess I could do it, if you guys need a volunteer..
@FakeAssName @Patch999 Did we see the same movie? Brave 3D at my theater was pretty vivid. Not cartoonishly bright, but definitely rich.
@James.k.Polk So any shitty movie then. Good to know!
@Coda @FakeAssName @Patch999
the wisps were vivid and other bright lights / well lighted scenes were ok, but towards the end with the forests it was like looking at a black screen for me.
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