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Dec 29 2012, 5:45pm

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I saw it in 24 first, went back & saw in 48

and liked it better in HFR. Still couldn't really tell what was going on in the fight scenes (way too fast & busy) but at least they weren't blurry, and Peter's trademark "swoop down into the depths" shots worked better. So did the shots of the Eagles.

That said, I'm not sure that 3D added anything to the movie. I'll probably be content with owning a 2D version. The only movie I've seen so far that 3D really made a difference in is "Avatar" - it's the only one where the background was in focus too, so that you could look from foreground to background like you would in real life.

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(This post was edited by Annael on Dec 29 2012, 5:48pm)

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