Originally Posted by spectator
Well, consider for a moment your line I quoted when asking you...
How many times do we have to watch 3D failing to have any sort of positive impact on a movie before we can write it off? I watched Hugo in 3D and failed to see any improvement over 2D. But unlike thebland (it seems) I held off on watching 3D movies until there was a good one to watch. As far as I can tell, he's already paid his 3D dues many times over and made up his mind. A few more movies like Hugo and I'll be right there with him.
Sure, I understand 3D is a technology that different people may choose to use for different artistic goals. But how many times do I have to pay to see the best artists in their field fail before I'm just throwing good money after bad? Do we seriously have to watch every single 3D movie ever made before we have the right to say "meh"?
Did you watch Hugo in 2D?