We've seen good uses of it, so now it's time to talk about some of the worst.
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Does it have to be used in the whole movie? I seen Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince in 3D and only the first 20 minutes was in 3D. That pissed me off!
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3D was used as a gimmick back in the day so why wouldn't they use it now for the same reason. I do think it's lame to put everything out in 3D, but it sometimes can be done really well.
Other- Superman Returns for me, where 3D was only used for the plane crash & the end when he picks up the island, that was it!
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Clash of the Titans..... lame
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3-D's kind of lame. When I watch a 3-D movie I keep forgetting that I'm watching a movie in 3-D plus it costs a few extra dollars which is kind of annoying.
Very rarely does 3D work for me. I liked How to Train Your Dragon because it felt like you were flying, the utilized the aspect of 3D very well. Other films... not so much. Jackass was fun, nothing like paintballs and poo flying at ya, but it's better in 2D.
3D needs to die... the over charge is retarded and it's the reason Avatar is the highest grossing movie right now. Stupid stupid stupid movie and mediocre 3D and yet it made tons of money. Gee, wonder if the extra fee helped.
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