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Aug 28 2009, 11:13pm

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I saw the Avatar trailer on a 2D screen...

...last week and was really, really impressed. I was getting myself psyched to go see it in 3D when it came out. A bummer to hear it won't live up to that.

As far as my overall opinion of 3D in general, I am yet to see a movie in 3D that was worth wearing the dorky glasses for. And I'm talking about the quality of the screenplay, not the 3D effects. I really WANT the technology to come of age and enhance the movie experience. I'm just not convinced it's there yet.

As far as the Hobbit in 3D? I'm in the camp that wants to see seamless continuity between H1 &2 and the other films. Please keep the look and feel of all five films the same. If you want to convert them and peddle them in a special 3D edition in five years or so, have at it.

Just my two cents.

"Alas for Boromir! It was too sore a trial!"

-Faramir, reflecting on his brother.

(This post was edited by Snaga on Aug 28 2009, 11:14pm)

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Post edited by Snaga (Lorien) on Aug 28 2009, 11:14pm

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