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  • bwintersx bwintersx Jul 3, 2013 10:12 AM Flag

    I'm sick of 3D. Saw Man of Steel yesterday.

    The 3D in the IMAX trailer looked pretty good but in my opinion it completely detracted from the movie.

    I liked the movie, didn't think it was great but better than many reviewers thought.

    Once again I saw absolutely no need for using 3D and I believe that it's part of the reason IMAX's domestic grosses have been weakening.

    I would have enjoyed that movie much more in 2D at an IMAX then seeing it any other way.

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    • I saw it in 3D at the Tropicana site (large screen digital). I was able to tell that it should have been brighter, but it wasn't something I was conscious of constantly. I thought 3D helped the movie, but less than I would have expected. I would have preferred a more "classic Superman" plot for a franchise reboot. In particular, it's bad for Lois to start out absolutely certain of his secret identity.

    • I'm waiting for them to add smell and touch.

    • Agree on the movie, my 15 year old son and I really liked it, but saw it in 2D IMAX which was an option for the first showing of the day at my local Regal multiplex. Did not miss the 3D at all although the price was the same as it was for other 3D IMAX showings. First time I have seen the choice in IMAX and I am curious why they seem to be experimenting with the concept. I guess it at least shows they are still tweaking the model which it probably a good thing.

 
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