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Spider-man: Into the Spiderverse wrongly streaming 3D version?

Rented Spider-man: Into the Spiderverse via Amazon this afternoon. ETA: I want to watch the non-3D version. Don't have a 3D setup.

I'm not a 3D expert, but many of this film's background and edges have that "3D without the 3D glasses" look: a bright green or pink edge that gives almost a blur effect. Found it distracting, but maybe it's a style choice, lol?

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Anyway: Is this intentional for the non-3D version?

(I doublechecked against Xfinity's streaming version, and it looked identical to Amazon's.)
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This is an intentional stylistic choice.


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Thank you!

Odd choice.

I mean, I get that this film's halftone dots are meant to mimic published comic books.

But are these doubled, bright-colored edges intended to echo 3D-images...without 3D glasses? Or is it referencing some other graphic/film technique?
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But are these doubled, bright-colored edges intended to echo 3D-images...without 3D glasses? Or is it referencing some other graphic/film technique?
Probably referencing misaligned colors in early low-quality comic printing.

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