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3D or no 3D

Updated on April 3, 2012

When it comes to movies, are you a fan of 3D or just the regular 2D? Most of the producers are now making their movies into 3D format and I can say that some of those movies are sometimes not meant to be in 3D format. There are times when one watches a 3D movie and they can easily get an headache after awhile.

I went to see one 3D movie a long time ago. It was Monsters vs. Aliens and I can honestly say it was good but after while I started to get an headache. It was amazing how it felt like objects were being thrown at you. That movie was probably worth seeing in 3D but after that my friend and decided to just stick with 2D movies.

How many movies have come out in 3D format and they have not succeeded? Yeah, there are other movies like Avatar that succeeded when it turned to 3D but there are only a few of them that can really be an exception. Now we are going to be able to see Titanic in 3D. How many of you would go see that movie in 3D? It looks interesting especially the previews that they show. Who wants to see the Titanic go down in the water and just feel the effect of 3D when the back part of the Titanic start to sink. Maybe if someone who reads this has already viewed Titanic in 3D they can tell us what they thought.

The big question really would be, is 3D worth the money? Do you think there are certain movies that should of just stayed in 2D?

Would you go see a 3D movie?

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      Priscilla 6 years ago from El Paso

      Thanks for stopping by to read my hub.

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      TrahnTheMan 6 years ago from Asia, Oceania & between

      I think depending on the genre that 3D can certainly create a more immersive experience. Apparently that was James Cameron's goal in Avatar- not just to have a few cool tricks like arrows flying out of the screen at you. I think it is worth the extra expense at the cinema. I'm not so sure 3D for home TVs is worth it though, just because the screen is so small. Thanks for prompting the discussion :-)

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