Did 'Transformers: Dark of the Moon' turn the 3D tide? Yes & no

Did ‘Transformers: Dark of the Moon’ turn the 3D tide? Yes & no.

[newsimage]http://static.rankone.nl/images_posts/2011/07/GrkSUk.jpg[/newsimage]In the weeks leading up to the debut of the highly-anticipated third Transformers flick "Dark of the Moon," analysts, experts and Hollywood itself painted the Michael Bay blockbuster as a sort of last stand for 3D. Interest in the medium was already cited as declining, so many reasoned that without a stalwart success this summer the downward spiral would continue unabated. Was "Transformers 3" in 3D a success? Basically, yes. Did it renew interest in 3D films? Maybe.


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Some movies deserve to be in 3D and some don’t; this one does.

This was a great movie in 3D.

No, I don’t think it will turn the 3D tide. This movie is an exception. I actually do want to see it in 3D. Can’t think of any others that I’d want to, except maybe the upcoming “The Hobbit” movies. :smiley:

I think the audiences can tell if you’re doing a 3d conversion in post production. The quality is subpar compared to moves filmed in 3rd (like avatar/transformers 3).

I think when people know the 3d quality will be decent, they’ll pay for it, but when the 3d is added post production, it seems like a cash grab, and people don’t buy it.

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did I say no