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    How to enjoy a 3D movie

    I agree 100%

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hJHX5ip68p4"]YouTube- Kermode Uncut: How to Enjoy a 3D Movie[/ame]

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    .... or why not just see the 2D version of it that's probably playing in the next screen and then you won't have to make/wear them silly glasses or put up with the "30% Colour Loss"


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    Quote Originally Posted by mattpant View Post
    .... or why not just see the 2D version of it that's probably playing in the next screen and then you won't have to make/wear them silly glasses or put up with the "30% Colour Loss"

    Because some flea pits [ my local ] - sometimes don't screen the 2D version - why ? Because the 3D version is an extra few quid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark View Post
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    Mark Kermode's Film Reviews are classic! (Every Friday 2 - 4pm on Radio 5Live - In case anyone is wondering!)

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    well on saturday we went to see avatar, the 2D version (its a large cinema (xscape in castleford)) and we had to go at half 11am because its the only sowing they do in 2D, and even then its only once a week !!! why oh why does everything have to be 3D!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BandyQuill View Post
    well on saturday we went to see avatar, the 2D version (its a large cinema (xscape in castleford)) and we had to go at half 11am because its the only sowing they do in 2D, and even then its only once a week !!! why oh why does everything have to be 3D!!!
    I think the reason is so they can charge an extra few quid for you to go and see it. It's a con - if I want to take my two boys now to watch a film and it's only showing in 3D I have to fork out an extra £10. If anything it should be 30% cheaper because of the 30% colour loss.....

    On a different note, what did you think of Dancing With Wolves In Space ? Sorry, Avatar ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattx View Post
    Because some flea pits [ my local ] - sometimes don't screen the 2D version - why ? Because the 3D version is an extra few quid.
    Same here, went to see avatar 3d, the first time ever watching a 3d film, from what i can remember anyway.

    I dont enjoy it at all, i just ended up paying extra to end up with a headache, and if your like me have to wear glasses, its not much fun at all.

    I dont understand why over the past 12-18months they have jumped back on to 3d films, other then what you have said about charging an extra £2, bearing in mind a normal film is about £6-7 quid, thats £9 for an adult, might aswel wait for the dvd for that kind of money :P

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