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Welcome to the 3D renaissance! James Cameron says that 3D will replace 2D

05.13.2010

"In the year 2000. In the year 2000!"

Sorry to throw Conan O'Brien into the mix, but every time the future of technology or really the future of anything gets brought up, I immediately think of that skit.

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James Cameron made interesting little comments about our movie viewing future saying that the definite stay of 3D could come "in a couple of years,” but “definitely less than the 25 years it took color movies". We've been through different stages in how we watch movies from talkies to color to high definition. Also remember that this isn't the first go around for 3D. The 50s and 80s took a dip into the three dimensional craze. Then Cameron brought it back with AVATAR.

When choosing between seeing a film in the traditional 2D or 3D, Cameron said, “Quite simply, where they had a choice, the audience was selecting for the best possible way to see the movie. And they saw 3-D as the premium viewing experience.” Dude, everyone saw your movie in 3D because we were promised stunning visual effects. I haven't been promised that from any other film. ALICE IN WONDERLAND tried to butter me up, but it just didn't work out.

Cameron calls this new dawn of movie viewing the "3-D renaissance". He says the biggest problem is not with development of 3D televisions (Samsung and Panasonic are already selling 3D TVs), but with the lack of 3D content to watch. The director stated that he will personally dedicate himself to helping the industry adopt 3D without creating a backlash from consumers. Cameron was also asked about the possibility of 3D streaming films on the internet, "3-D laptops are already here. I’ve already seen some very good ones.”

The talk ended on a sequel to AVATAR, which he said will take 3 years. An announcement on the date for the second installment is going to be made in a few months.

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Extra Tidbit: Speaking of the "year 2000" sketch (now it's 3000), here's my favorite. The one with Jeff Goldblum comes in a very close second.

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7:05PM on 05/14/2010

Wow

Seriously sometimes I wonder about the schmoes....woo sa.

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Will 3D be here to stay? I think so. Will it be mainstream and become the only available content? Eh. However, this is a technology that will only get better. Look at the telephone; when it first was invented, it was bad reception choppy, etc. Then over time, it became more crisp and crisp, to
Seriously sometimes I wonder about the schmoes....woo sa.

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Morris code-telephone-cell phone-interent
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Will 3D be here to stay? I think so. Will it be mainstream and become the only available content? Eh. However, this is a technology that will only get better. Look at the telephone; when it first was invented, it was bad reception choppy, etc. Then over time, it became more crisp and crisp, to almost no reception problems. The same can be said for cell phones too, only getting better. It was great because it was new, not good. Now it's mainstream because it's good.

To believe that the future of cinema will stay 2D is honestly pretty ignorant. We have been developing so many technologies around 3d, portability, size, etc. 3D will only get crisper, better, and better. And the glasses will go out the window. 100%. It will get like high-def where you get to a point where you can't watch standard def anymore because it's so fuzzy in comparison. Whether we like it or not, the industry is making this happen, mainly to turn a buck-but it's here to stay.


TVs are only getting larger too, and because of that, the physical size of the product starts becoming an issue. In 10-15 years the standard viewing size will be 50-60 rather than 20-30. (And we can thank high-def for that.) I can see a TV coming out of a box the size of a book, an unfolding like paper to be mounted to a wall, or anywhere for that matter. And once the physicality issues get solved, then spacial dimensions will start coming around. 4D.

Also, Cameron may be a dick to people, but the man is one hell of a visionary and entertainment guru. Who gives a flying f*&k if he's a dick or not. I've never had dinner with the man, have you? You don't have to talk to him, or see him at the water cooler. I would bet my left ball that everyone can agree the man can make one hellofa movie. If you're good at your craft and not hurting little children or killing people, then you just keep on keppin' on. You got my vote Cameron
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3:51PM on 05/14/2010
Cameron needs punch in the face, really fucking hard.

I will personaly volunteer to throw the fist myself. I hate his stupid face, and the way he is destroying cinema to enhance his wallet.
Cameron needs punch in the face, really fucking hard.

I will personaly volunteer to throw the fist myself. I hate his stupid face, and the way he is destroying cinema to enhance his wallet.
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3:36PM on 05/14/2010
I've been saying it for years, and I'll say it again: Fuck James Cameron, Fuck him up his stupid ass.
I've been saying it for years, and I'll say it again: Fuck James Cameron, Fuck him up his stupid ass.
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11:31AM on 05/14/2010
Cameron is acting like a complete megalomaniac asshole... So what's new. The whole 3D craze at the moment is out of control. It's a gimmick that's raking in big money and that's all Hollywood cares about. Whether it's beneficial or not to cinema is secondary to their greed. Go away, Jim!
Cameron is acting like a complete megalomaniac asshole... So what's new. The whole 3D craze at the moment is out of control. It's a gimmick that's raking in big money and that's all Hollywood cares about. Whether it's beneficial or not to cinema is secondary to their greed. Go away, Jim!
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11:07AM on 05/14/2010
I don't want to see this. But people are buying into this and it makes me worry about going to film school again because the moment they try to teach me some 3D bullshit, I'll quit.
I don't want to see this. But people are buying into this and it makes me worry about going to film school again because the moment they try to teach me some 3D bullshit, I'll quit.
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8:56AM on 05/14/2010

3D Generation= Shitty Movies

Avatar is the holy grail of shit.
Avatar is the holy grail of shit.
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9:19AM on 05/14/2010
Well said.
Well said.
8:38AM on 05/14/2010

I AM ...

... Jack's total dissapointment with James Cameron ...
... Jack's total dissapointment with James Cameron ...
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8:35AM on 05/14/2010

WHO CARES?

As much love and respect as I have for Cameron, where does he get off pushing 3D on us thinking everybody's all for it? He should read the fans comments on this site. I for one don't believe every film should be in 3D because it's not worth the ticket price. For video, I prefer DVD. I don't care about HD, Blue-Ray and I still stop at garage sales and buy movies on VHS. I'm just not that fussy. I agree with the guy below and think that Cameron should just concentrate more on making awesome films.
As much love and respect as I have for Cameron, where does he get off pushing 3D on us thinking everybody's all for it? He should read the fans comments on this site. I for one don't believe every film should be in 3D because it's not worth the ticket price. For video, I prefer DVD. I don't care about HD, Blue-Ray and I still stop at garage sales and buy movies on VHS. I'm just not that fussy. I agree with the guy below and think that Cameron should just concentrate more on making awesome films.
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7:21AM on 05/14/2010

Dario Argento does Dracula in 3D

No seriously:

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I'm saying this as an Argento fan - this will blow.
No seriously:

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I'm saying this as an Argento fan - this will blow.
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6:49AM on 05/14/2010

I disagree...

I still see 3D as a fad. Until or unless the content is so widespread that everyone is carrying around their own personalized "3 D glasses", this won't happen.

In fact, even then, can you imagine the "format wars"? There are many ways to bring 3D to your eyes, and unless a single format wins out, standardized glasses won't exist.

Basically, I cry "bullshit" on Mr. Cameron.
I still see 3D as a fad. Until or unless the content is so widespread that everyone is carrying around their own personalized "3 D glasses", this won't happen.

In fact, even then, can you imagine the "format wars"? There are many ways to bring 3D to your eyes, and unless a single format wins out, standardized glasses won't exist.

Basically, I cry "bullshit" on Mr. Cameron.
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6:36AM on 05/14/2010
NOOOOOOOOOOO

3D should stay in animation, and that's IT. It belongs nowhere NEAR live action films. FUCK that shit!
NOOOOOOOOOOO

3D should stay in animation, and that's IT. It belongs nowhere NEAR live action films. FUCK that shit!
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2:35AM on 05/14/2010
Firstly: I honestly don't get the 3D hate. There are heaps of crap films in 2D but we don't demand they go back to silent black and white because it will force them to 'concentrate on story' more. 3D expands the palette artists can use for visual arts. Suddenly that's a bad thing???
Second: If you don't like 3D don't watch it in 3D. Right now, you have a choice. Stop bitching.
Thirdly: 3D is cool. Problem is there have been precious few good 3D films. Quickie conversions and just outright
Firstly: I honestly don't get the 3D hate. There are heaps of crap films in 2D but we don't demand they go back to silent black and white because it will force them to 'concentrate on story' more. 3D expands the palette artists can use for visual arts. Suddenly that's a bad thing???
Second: If you don't like 3D don't watch it in 3D. Right now, you have a choice. Stop bitching.
Thirdly: 3D is cool. Problem is there have been precious few good 3D films. Quickie conversions and just outright crappy films are hurting the format. Don't blame the format for the crap the studios decide to use it for.
Forthly: Cameron has no pull, His last film bombed at the box office, his second last film bombed too, people stay away from his films in droves!!!
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3:29AM on 05/14/2010
I pretty much agree with everything you've said. While I don't think every film should be in 3D, I love the format when used properly (Avatar, Up etc.) and not so much when it's used incorrectly (converted eg. Clash Of The Titans). No, I don't want to see a character driven film like (500) Days of Summer in 3D, but what's the problem with going to see an action film in 3D and being fully immersed in that world, shit blowing up on screen, throwing me into that world? If I had the choice, it
I pretty much agree with everything you've said. While I don't think every film should be in 3D, I love the format when used properly (Avatar, Up etc.) and not so much when it's used incorrectly (converted eg. Clash Of The Titans). No, I don't want to see a character driven film like (500) Days of Summer in 3D, but what's the problem with going to see an action film in 3D and being fully immersed in that world, shit blowing up on screen, throwing me into that world? If I had the choice, it would be pro-3D when it's used correctly and for appropriate films.
2:11AM on 05/14/2010
I watched Avatard it 3D once because I thought it might look very good in 3D. Boy was I wrong. When I pay extra for 3D, I expect the entire movie to look visibly 3D, not just parts of it.
I watched Avatard it 3D once because I thought it might look very good in 3D. Boy was I wrong. When I pay extra for 3D, I expect the entire movie to look visibly 3D, not just parts of it.
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1:53AM on 05/14/2010

Yea Right...

You know what else will replace 2D films?
Unoriginal - Recycled Scripts...
You know what else will replace 2D films?
Unoriginal - Recycled Scripts...
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1:26AM on 05/14/2010
It will never happen. There are more films made that could never be adapted to 3D, so basically by any logic, it won't happen.

Cameron's made some amazing films but his pretentious comments about 3D are getting out of hand.

Honestly, the smug cloud floating above his head everywhere he goes is more awe-inspiring than anything I saw in Avatar.

Plus, there should ALWAYS be options for how audiences want to view their films. I would NEVER want to go see a Coen Brothers film or P.T.
It will never happen. There are more films made that could never be adapted to 3D, so basically by any logic, it won't happen.

Cameron's made some amazing films but his pretentious comments about 3D are getting out of hand.

Honestly, the smug cloud floating above his head everywhere he goes is more awe-inspiring than anything I saw in Avatar.

Plus, there should ALWAYS be options for how audiences want to view their films. I would NEVER want to go see a Coen Brothers film or P.T. Anderson film in 3D because the beauty of what they put on screen does not need a gimmick to enhance itself. Their are plenty of gifted filmmakers in this world that don't need gimmicks to show what they can do. Cameron was doing the same thing back in the 80's and early 90's. Everything he's saying is starting to sound like straight up propaganda for 3D. He's shoving it down our throats and he's collecting paychecks left and right for it. His beliefs in the technology are becoming insincere and insulting. Personally, I'm sick of hearing the guy speak and look forward to 25 years from now when his theory is proven wrong and directors are still making groundbreaking films without 3D enhancement.
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1:16AM on 05/14/2010

Conan

I can't find my favorite Year 2000 video so instead there's always the greatest Conan interview of all time: [link]
I can't find my favorite Year 2000 video so instead there's always the greatest Conan interview of all time: [link]
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11:59PM on 05/13/2010
The definite stay of 3D will come...They will just all be JAMES CAMERON'S FILMS.
The definite stay of 3D will come...They will just all be JAMES CAMERON'S FILMS.
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11:58PM on 05/13/2010

I don't get it...

I keep hearing the comment on this site that a small percentage of people can't process 3D images, therefore 3D should die. There is a larger percentage of color-blind people, and movies are still in color. Why are there movies at all, considering the color-blind, blind, single-ocular, deaf, hard-of-hearing, deaf in one ear, low frequency deafness/high frequency deafness impared people can't fully enjoy them? Have I made my point yet about that argument, or should I continue to beat that
I keep hearing the comment on this site that a small percentage of people can't process 3D images, therefore 3D should die. There is a larger percentage of color-blind people, and movies are still in color. Why are there movies at all, considering the color-blind, blind, single-ocular, deaf, hard-of-hearing, deaf in one ear, low frequency deafness/high frequency deafness impared people can't fully enjoy them? Have I made my point yet about that argument, or should I continue to beat that dead horse as much as I've heard that dead argument?!?
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12:40AM on 05/14/2010
Understand what you're saying, though you'd be singing a different tune if you had suffered one of those disabilities....
Understand what you're saying, though you'd be singing a different tune if you had suffered one of those disabilities....
8:59AM on 05/14/2010
You don't understand. Someone can have perfect vision but still can't see 3D. Weak stereo vision is a common problem most people don't even notice. Eye doctors don't even test for it.

30% of the movie going audience have some kind of weak stereo vision problem. All these people complaining about how disappointed they were with 3D, how it gave them headaches, and how it was hard to follow, they all more than likely have weak stereo vision.

It's a big deal, and if movies replace 3D than it
You don't understand. Someone can have perfect vision but still can't see 3D. Weak stereo vision is a common problem most people don't even notice. Eye doctors don't even test for it.

30% of the movie going audience have some kind of weak stereo vision problem. All these people complaining about how disappointed they were with 3D, how it gave them headaches, and how it was hard to follow, they all more than likely have weak stereo vision.

It's a big deal, and if movies replace 3D than it will kill the theater for MANY people, not just a small percentage.
11:12AM on 05/14/2010
All your examples are bad. If you're color-blind, you live all your life color-blind so the stuff you see on-screen looks just the same as they do usually, and it's the same with every condition you named. On the other hand, someone who can't process 3D will only have problems inside the theater.

I don't mind being given the choice of seing the film in 2D or 3D but Cameron is talking about 3D overtaking 2D. That must not happen!
All your examples are bad. If you're color-blind, you live all your life color-blind so the stuff you see on-screen looks just the same as they do usually, and it's the same with every condition you named. On the other hand, someone who can't process 3D will only have problems inside the theater.

I don't mind being given the choice of seing the film in 2D or 3D but Cameron is talking about 3D overtaking 2D. That must not happen!
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11:56PM on 05/13/2010
3D sucks balls. Speaking of, I think I'm coming down with a raging case of Duchovny.
3D sucks balls. Speaking of, I think I'm coming down with a raging case of Duchovny.
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11:48PM on 05/13/2010

Sorry, no.

3D just gives me a headache plain and simple. Find a way to change that and I'm down. And I still hate James Cameron, just had to chip that in there.
3D just gives me a headache plain and simple. Find a way to change that and I'm down. And I still hate James Cameron, just had to chip that in there.
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11:36PM on 05/13/2010
James Cameron...Shut Up...just...Shut up. Seriously man. Go make another movie that will put millions in your mouth to just shut up. Thank you.......Cock
James Cameron...Shut Up...just...Shut up. Seriously man. Go make another movie that will put millions in your mouth to just shut up. Thank you.......Cock
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11:24PM on 05/13/2010
Until they find out the audience's perception gets out of wack and probably some sort of cancer manifests.

I liked Cameron better (or at all) when he was in his little cave and put out a decent blockbuster every few years. I kinda wish Avatar was that movie he kept tinkering with, but never released.
Until they find out the audience's perception gets out of wack and probably some sort of cancer manifests.

I liked Cameron better (or at all) when he was in his little cave and put out a decent blockbuster every few years. I kinda wish Avatar was that movie he kept tinkering with, but never released.
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11:17PM on 05/13/2010

2D vs 3D debate fatigue.

What ever will be, will be.

The success of Iron Man 2 implies that the audience doesn't actually care.
What ever will be, will be.

The success of Iron Man 2 implies that the audience doesn't actually care.
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11:11PM on 05/13/2010
As a general rule I lean toward Ebert's views of things. I did see Avatar in 3-D precisely for the same reason Niki did. The price-tag is ridiculous, and art-house can't compete. And those are the movies I actually really ENJOY watching the most.

3-D gives me a headache.
As a general rule I lean toward Ebert's views of things. I did see Avatar in 3-D precisely for the same reason Niki did. The price-tag is ridiculous, and art-house can't compete. And those are the movies I actually really ENJOY watching the most.

3-D gives me a headache.
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10:53PM on 05/13/2010

Not diggin' this.

Cameron is a pro at his art and all, but I think he's wrong about this one. A lot of people watch 3D because they're FOOLED into believing that the 3D "experience" is the best way to watch a movie, and that 2D is "missing out on the fun". Any regular movie fan wouldn't want to compromise a story for a few extra dollars, so they go watch 3D. Take a survey and I'm sure you'll find that people don't like the glasses, the dimmed colors, and especially the fact that 3D is a distraction.
Cameron is a pro at his art and all, but I think he's wrong about this one. A lot of people watch 3D because they're FOOLED into believing that the 3D "experience" is the best way to watch a movie, and that 2D is "missing out on the fun". Any regular movie fan wouldn't want to compromise a story for a few extra dollars, so they go watch 3D. Take a survey and I'm sure you'll find that people don't like the glasses, the dimmed colors, and especially the fact that 3D is a distraction.
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10:34PM on 05/13/2010

I Agree

It needs to be perfected, sure. But so does any Technology when it's first introduced.

I say we got about 2 to 4 years of increasingly better 3D on an increasing number of movies.

I don't think theaters will ever go COMPLETELY 3D because they'll still always be backwards compatible with normal projections, but there will definitely be a larger percentage of 3D movies over 2D movies.

And I, for one, accept and appreciate this change. Why is everyone trying to fight the next
It needs to be perfected, sure. But so does any Technology when it's first introduced.

I say we got about 2 to 4 years of increasingly better 3D on an increasing number of movies.

I don't think theaters will ever go COMPLETELY 3D because they'll still always be backwards compatible with normal projections, but there will definitely be a larger percentage of 3D movies over 2D movies.

And I, for one, accept and appreciate this change. Why is everyone trying to fight the next advancement in the cinema-viewing experience? Embrace the change.

Also, I may not like many of James Cameron's movies, but at least show some respect. He's had MANY hits and the movies that aren't hits are Cult Classics. HE owns the top 2 spots on the Box Office charts. And he did one of them with a SCI-FI movie! That's quite a feat and very much deserving of his respect and attention.

Stop acting like the guy raped your sister.
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10:52PM on 05/13/2010
calling it a sci-fi movie is an insult to other sci-fi movies
calling it a sci-fi movie is an insult to other sci-fi movies
10:26PM on 05/13/2010
i really dont like this guy and i think 3d is tremendously over rated.
i really dont like this guy and i think 3d is tremendously over rated.
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10:08PM on 05/13/2010

IDK

I don't know what to think. So far I have not been impressed with 3D outside of AVATAR.
I don't know what to think. So far I have not been impressed with 3D outside of AVATAR.
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10:00PM on 05/13/2010

Maybe.

Maybe if the viewing format changes beyond a rectangular screen with borders that clash with the jutting images, and if glasses aren't required, and if it's different from it's current form by more than half - maybe motion pictures will be three dimensional experiences, but that would be so far off, and Avatar would have been no real leap toward it, so much as a prophetic, figurative glimpse. If Cameron thinks he's ushered in the near future of watching movies, he's very, very wrong.
Maybe if the viewing format changes beyond a rectangular screen with borders that clash with the jutting images, and if glasses aren't required, and if it's different from it's current form by more than half - maybe motion pictures will be three dimensional experiences, but that would be so far off, and Avatar would have been no real leap toward it, so much as a prophetic, figurative glimpse. If Cameron thinks he's ushered in the near future of watching movies, he's very, very wrong.
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9:50PM on 05/13/2010
Just because you can make a film in 3D doesn't really mean you should make it in 3D. Why are they shoving 3D down our throats? I wouldn't mind seeing a couple movies in 3D each year, but that's it. Does anyone even know anyone who's bought or is anxious to buy a 3D tv, b/c everyone I talk to still finds it a gimmick.
Just because you can make a film in 3D doesn't really mean you should make it in 3D. Why are they shoving 3D down our throats? I wouldn't mind seeing a couple movies in 3D each year, but that's it. Does anyone even know anyone who's bought or is anxious to buy a 3D tv, b/c everyone I talk to still finds it a gimmick.
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9:50PM on 05/13/2010
I'm half-half on this for now because I haven't seen any 3D movie that doesn't give me a headache. If they can find a better way to watch 3D movie without the blue/red glasses then I might be interested. I haven't checked out the new Sony 3D gimmick for the new Bravia series yet but I heard good things about it. So yeah, 3D movies at home might be the next "Color TV" phase. We'll see.
I'm half-half on this for now because I haven't seen any 3D movie that doesn't give me a headache. If they can find a better way to watch 3D movie without the blue/red glasses then I might be interested. I haven't checked out the new Sony 3D gimmick for the new Bravia series yet but I heard good things about it. So yeah, 3D movies at home might be the next "Color TV" phase. We'll see.
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9:43PM on 05/13/2010

maybe, but...

people will eventually get tired of it and that's when 2d will return.
people will eventually get tired of it and that's when 2d will return.
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9:39PM on 05/13/2010

Naw.

I like Cameron, but just naw. This comes off like a supervillain monologuing. All it needed was "AND NOTHING CAN STAND IN ITS WAY! HAHAHA". Sorry, Jim.
I like Cameron, but just naw. This comes off like a supervillain monologuing. All it needed was "AND NOTHING CAN STAND IN ITS WAY! HAHAHA". Sorry, Jim.
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9:38PM on 05/13/2010
What really pisses me off the most about this whole 3D bullshit is that it is raising the minimum bar for a films to be produced. If it ever gets the the point where all movies are EXPECTED to be in 3D then it will only make it more expensive for low budget films to be made and will help demolish the independent film market. 3D is an option that should only be viable for big budget effect films or concept films that have some artistic reason for the 3D.
What really pisses me off the most about this whole 3D bullshit is that it is raising the minimum bar for a films to be produced. If it ever gets the the point where all movies are EXPECTED to be in 3D then it will only make it more expensive for low budget films to be made and will help demolish the independent film market. 3D is an option that should only be viable for big budget effect films or concept films that have some artistic reason for the 3D.
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9:24PM on 05/13/2010
He should ask his ex-wife Katheryn where she put her Best Director trophy.
He should ask his ex-wife Katheryn where she put her Best Director trophy.
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1:13AM on 05/14/2010
hurt locker sucked and didn't deserve any awards
hurt locker sucked and didn't deserve any awards
9:19PM on 05/13/2010
Well, with the FCC announcement that allows FIRST RUN films to be DIRECTLY streamed into homes by the studios makes this very possible. Theaters will have to do something to get back their audience. This happened when TV came out and people stop going out to movies. Films got bigger and better, offering better sound, bigger picture, and... oh yeah... 3-D!
Sad to say, but Cameron maybe right.
Well, with the FCC announcement that allows FIRST RUN films to be DIRECTLY streamed into homes by the studios makes this very possible. Theaters will have to do something to get back their audience. This happened when TV came out and people stop going out to movies. Films got bigger and better, offering better sound, bigger picture, and... oh yeah... 3-D!
Sad to say, but Cameron maybe right.
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9:15PM on 05/13/2010
Okay Cameron your a decent director at best, but u really need to stop acting like ur above everybody else cause its startin to really piss me off....
Okay Cameron your a decent director at best, but u really need to stop acting like ur above everybody else cause its startin to really piss me off....
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8:57PM on 05/13/2010

after film-lord cameron dies......

...and no other filmmaker pulls the same money as Avatar did, studios will stop ponying up the extra 3D cash.
...and no other filmmaker pulls the same money as Avatar did, studios will stop ponying up the extra 3D cash.
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8:55PM on 05/13/2010
I for one hate wearing the fucking glasses which wash out all the color, so that's something that could evolve.

I think people would rather see more well thought out, well executed movies over anything.
I for one hate wearing the fucking glasses which wash out all the color, so that's something that could evolve.

I think people would rather see more well thought out, well executed movies over anything.
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8:52PM on 05/13/2010
I think the schmoes who know me arround here know how deep my obsession with cinema runs. I am DEADLY FUCKING SERIOUS when I say that If Cameron is right I am DONE. 3D fucking sucks, and if movies only come out in 3D in the future that's IT for me, I'll just stick to older, 2D films. 3D is the death of cinema, and if cinema goes fully 3D then it will be dead to me.
I think the schmoes who know me arround here know how deep my obsession with cinema runs. I am DEADLY FUCKING SERIOUS when I say that If Cameron is right I am DONE. 3D fucking sucks, and if movies only come out in 3D in the future that's IT for me, I'll just stick to older, 2D films. 3D is the death of cinema, and if cinema goes fully 3D then it will be dead to me.
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8:44PM on 05/13/2010
Okay Cameron, we get it you, you're the messiah, you're a visionary, you can see the future, you know more than us, you're a golden god, can you PLEASE shut the fuck up and come back in fifteen years when you've made a new movie?
Okay Cameron, we get it you, you're the messiah, you're a visionary, you can see the future, you know more than us, you're a golden god, can you PLEASE shut the fuck up and come back in fifteen years when you've made a new movie?
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8:34PM on 05/13/2010
It was a fad in the 50's its a fad now. I have yet to see a 3D movie that has really blown me away.
It was a fad in the 50's its a fad now. I have yet to see a 3D movie that has really blown me away.
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8:33PM on 05/13/2010
3D movies and tv will become the norm when viewing 3D without the need for the glasses become the norm.
3D movies and tv will become the norm when viewing 3D without the need for the glasses become the norm.
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8:28PM on 05/13/2010
yeah i guesss dude's right. deep down i still feel it's a fad
yeah i guesss dude's right. deep down i still feel it's a fad
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8:19PM on 05/13/2010
I love James Cameron's films but not every movie is ment for 3D. I mean he made Avatar to use with 3d but not every movie works with it I dont watch movies in 3D not even avatar because im not interested in it. I mean they are good for attractions like Terminator 2 3D but not for mainstream movies. If every movie becomes 3D then my love for movies would be well not as strong.
I love James Cameron's films but not every movie is ment for 3D. I mean he made Avatar to use with 3d but not every movie works with it I dont watch movies in 3D not even avatar because im not interested in it. I mean they are good for attractions like Terminator 2 3D but not for mainstream movies. If every movie becomes 3D then my love for movies would be well not as strong.
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8:13PM on 05/13/2010
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8:11PM on 05/13/2010
3D will not replace 2D because there are way too many people who can't even see 3D. And when you can't physically see 3D then it gives you a very bad headache, and it makes watching the movie very unpleasant.

Color in films did not have such a massive downside.
3D will not replace 2D because there are way too many people who can't even see 3D. And when you can't physically see 3D then it gives you a very bad headache, and it makes watching the movie very unpleasant.

Color in films did not have such a massive downside.
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8:17PM on 05/13/2010
Idk, being color blind must've sucked
Idk, being color blind must've sucked
8:28PM on 05/13/2010
Yeah, but being color blind wouldn't give you a massive headache when trying to watch a movie in color. You just wouldn't be able to see the color.

If you can't properly see 3D, even if your stereo vision is off slightly, you'll get a horrible headache while trying to watch a 3D movie.
Yeah, but being color blind wouldn't give you a massive headache when trying to watch a movie in color. You just wouldn't be able to see the color.

If you can't properly see 3D, even if your stereo vision is off slightly, you'll get a horrible headache while trying to watch a 3D movie.
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