3D effects don't make up for a bad movie, fans still disappointed

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3D effects don’t make up for a bad movie, fans still disappointed.

[newsimage]http://static.rankone.nl/images_posts/2010/09/J0iY8o.jpg[/newsimage]The lure of 3D movies on the big screen has helped generate interest among new audience members, but faces numerous difficulties that need to be addressed.


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3D is a gimmick that has been around since the 1950s. Nothing serious will come of it until it’s GLASSES-FREE 3D. Period. End of story.


#3

2D, 3D, isn’t the point. Garbage is Garbage.
Pass this on to the Brain Dead in Hollywierd.


#4

[QUOTE=olddancer;2546304]2D, 3D, isn’t the point. Garbage is Garbage.
Pass this on to the Brain Dead in Hollywierd.[/QUOTE]
Agree 100% on that :iagree: a crappy movie will still be a crappy movie if it is
in 2D or 3D it will still be a crappy movie no way around it. :disagree: :rolleyes: