||Alice in Blunderland?
Joined: Aug 10, 2004
From: Redondo Beach, CA
|Posted: 2010-03-10 11:05 am  Permalink|
Yeah I wear glasses too, fortunately no headaches from 3D movies. In addition to your own eyes, the type of 3D can have an affect toward causing eyestrain or not. Maybe you get headaches from the polarized 3D type but not the alternating shutter type? Or vice versa? Etc.
You're right about no 3D technology for the home but that's not going to dictate whether or not I watch a 3D film at a theatre. Sure, yeah, there's been the red/blue type for the home but that's not the type they use in today's films. Fortunately that's about to change. Proper 3D technology is coming to the home market, Summer 2010 actually, if not sooner.
Joined: May 01, 2007
|Posted: 2010-03-11 07:53 am  Permalink|
I saw it on Saturday when my daughter came back from school for Spring Break. I would have skipped it if she hadn't been so emphatic about wanting to go see it (since I do not care for Tim Burton's work, at all). Fortunately, this one was the least Burtonesque I have seen, so it wasn't as bad as I had expected it would be. The 3D effects were pretty good and, for me, one of the main reasons that, overall, I liked the film. I wouldn't go see it in a theater a second time, though, and if someone gave me the eventual DVD, I'd immeditately regift it.