I have only seen four 3D movies in my entire life:
- Toy Story 3
- Resident Evil Afterlife
- Cats and Dogs 2
I originally thought the reason I never saw anything in 3D was because I'm blind in my left eye. But after asking my coworkers if they can really notice a difference or anything between 3D and 2D they say no.
Another thing to add to my hatred of 3D? The 3D glasses. They are the most uncomfortable things I have ever worn. Usually if the movie starts getting boring I'll take the glasses off and watch the blurry screen for about ten minutes until the throbbing pain in my ears goes away.
The glasses used at our theater have to be collected and washed after each showing of the movie (we reuse our glasses because they're around $70 a piece). Many people complain about this or make up excuses so they can keep them...
- "I paid for the glasses so I should get to keep them!" No, you paid for the movie, not the glasses.
- "I lost them!" If they "lose them" we aren't allowed to let them leave until the glasses are found.
- "Derp, how much for the glasses?"
- "WELL X THEATER LETS YOU KEEP YOUR GLASSES!"
Do you know who we have to blame for this? James Cameron of course. It seems (at least I've noticed) that ever since Avatar, all movies have to be in 3D to get some extra brownie points on their already shitty reviews. Not trying to say Avatar got a shitty review or anything.
What is your opinion on 3D movies? Or 3D in general?
Other news -
I didn't win one of the three Resident Evil shirts my boss was having a drawing for. ;-;
I tried Sour Patch Kids for the first time ever today and they were Godly to say the least.