Originally Posted by MTyson
Usually, I talk people out of seeing movies that are post converted. Not a fan of that. It's just the studios trying to make more money. However, I have heard this movie was shot WITH post 3D conversion in mind. So, that could mean it will be better. I have read a few people say it's good in 3D. My only option is to view in 3D, so I guess I'll be seeing it in 3D. lol.
If the reports of the quality of the 3D conversion of The Avengers are positive, I may see the 3D version later. I will first see it in 2D, however, because doing so will be both cheaper and more convenient that going all the way to the OKC metro's new IMAX palace to see it in 3D.
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