Originally Posted by Toe
Can you be more specific? What exactly did you not like about the 3d version?
Watching it in 2D first on my Sony projector I thought the quality was execellent. After that I watched the 3D version, but it added nothing to the experience. For me the 2D version was more "3D like" in my brain than the 3D version.
Like many others have said the 3D use is more subtle, which can be a good thing. But when you get noticeble ghosting/crosstalk in the scenes that actually have some extra depth, I start thinking "why bother?" . That's distracting.
For me, a 3D version of a film has to give me something that I cannot get in the 2D version. I don't want 3D for the sake of 3D itself, then it's just a marketing gimmick to me. It looked better in 2D.