3D Movies: Are They On The Way Out? (Please?)

Kelly Michele

Kelly has been a lover of movies since she was little. Although her movie tastes have changed a little since her younger days of Carebears and Mary Poppins, her love of film hasn't. She can generally be found watching any horror movie she can get her hands on, but will occasionally throw an indie film or documentary into the mix to shake things up. She speaks in movie quotes and uses film references in daily conversation; and she does all of this while attempting to change the world's negative opinion of fangirls.

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4 Responses

  1. filmfan3D says:

    boring. so you hate 3D, you didn’t even need to state the obvious. you’re article is for other people that hate 3D, and’ informs’ no one else.

  2. Tony R says:

    Is 3d on the way out, probably not.  Those that don’t like 3d stopped going 2 years ago.  Only opting for the 2d showing of a 3d movie.  Those that like 3d go to the 3d showing.  

  3. Sandie says:

    Definitely not a fan of 3D, I never go see a movie in 3D, don’t see the point since to me it’s not a good experience at all, and on top of it it’s more expensive. 

    But for Pirates, I especially didn’t understand what the point of it was. Was there anything actually jumping at you? I get it that some people might enjoy it for animation movies, but I never understood the appeal for live action films.

    I do think it’s interesting that the 3D screens for Pirates didn’t really do too well, compared to the regular 2D. I wonder if the trend is going to continue that way throughout the summer with all the other 3D movies coming out. I guess we’ll have to revisit by the end of the summer.