Most of my 3D movies look great. I've seen probably 20 on my blu-ray/LG passive 3D TV.
Drive Angry was a complete mess when I watched it, and now, I just saw Rio (or attempted to and had to quit 10 minutes in), and it's the same mess.
Here is what is happening. In all the other blu-rays, both images, the one for the left-eye and the one for the right-eye are the same, just moved slightly to create the 3D depth. However, in Drive Angry and Rio, the images going to the left-eye and right-eye are moved AND are different. My eyes see this as a blurry mess.
For example, in the opening sequence in Rio with the birds, I paused the action, left my 3D glasses on, and closed my left eye, and I see the birds with their mouths open, when I close my right eye, I see the birds with their mouths closed. This type of thing. This is happening in the fast-action scenes with things moving very fast. When things are moving slower, there is less of a difference, so my eyes perceive the 3D correctly.
In other fast movies, this isn't the case. For example, any Disney movie, Tangled, Lion King or Beauty and the Beast, fast moving scenes show the same image in the left-and-right eye, so my eyes have no problem with this 3D.
This seems to be an issue with either:
(a) how the blu-ray 3D was created. Do certain people have no problem with this and see this correctly?
(b) does this work for active and not LG's passive? Is LG doing something weird by showing 2 different frames, when active would show just one?
(c) are there settings which could fix this?
Has anyone else noticed this?