is 3d the downfall of modern cinema?
has movies being promoted in 3d destroyed the cause for watching a regular movie at the theaters
PS: I didnt make this debate. my frikin brother(yes the same one, my only one) posted it. i keep tellin him to make his own darn account but he wont listen, he never does . ugh. so if u think this is a stupid debate for some reason, (which i kinda think it is, but its ur opinion) thats my brother to blame.
THANK YOU!! to both you and addltd. the only reason hes askin that ( my bro) cuz he heard some celebrity or singer say it.
.PS; Whenever i create a debate(rhymed! and name of site :) ) about my brother, it most likely will have the word stupid in it because to me, everything, almost everything, my brother says is stupid or crap, so that doesnt mean im offending anyone at all.
I have'nt got a problem with 3D when used properly it can add depth to a film like Avatar the Jungle was amazing it does annoy when it is just used as a gimmick like it is at the moment with everything being released in 3D but not neccasarily filmed in 3D (i'm not sure how the Science side of it works but Film's can be altered from 2D to 3D in the Production stage) because some films dont need to be in 3D.
3D's been around since the 1950's and turns up for a while till people get bored of the gimmick although I think it will be around longer this time around because the technology is better
There's two problems I've got with 3D movies.
1) The stupid glasses you have to wear, I would appreciate it if it could be 3D without the discomfort of oversize glasses on me.
2) I get serious headaches when watching them. I often have to take off the annoying glasses and look down into the dark to get my head straight. That's the worse part.
Not at all, it might be a fad as it was with the red-green double camera shot old 3D, it might not.
The main point I'd like to make is that it is generally used for action, some horror (mainly shit ones) and CGI animated movies.
Most decent cinema will not be using the 3D effect and as such cinema as an art will remain unchanged.
Excluding Pixar, I've yet to see one 3D movie that wasn't a special effects centered disposable piece of plastic shit.