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    #51
    Could never watch a 2d movie again. They are **** compared to 3d (within reason).

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    #52
    3D movies are a pain 'cause I have to wear two pairs of glasses.

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    #53
    lol u plebs still watch movies in Euclidian dimensions

    if ur not watching the latest Michael Bay in hyperspatials i dont want to know u

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    #54
    +1 for 3D Porn.

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    #55
    now that 3D exists i could never enjoy a 2D movie again!!!

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    #56
    I've been getting less and less interested in the majority of movies that hit the cinema; regardless of their number of D's.

    Maybe just getting old.

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    #57
    There are only a handful of decent ones every year, but I still prefer going to the cinema over watching them at home despite the exorbitant pricing.

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    #58
    I find 3D to be less "cinematic". I don't know what it is, but in 3D everything seems smaller, like I'm watching a miniature re-enactment. When a big towering object looks like it can be grabbed right in front of me with one hand, it loses it's concept of size. I don't get that same feeling with 2D. I guess it's because everything I normally see in 3D is in real-life (and obviously of correct size).

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    #59
    MysticNZ wrote:
    Could never watch a 2d movie again. They are **** compared to 3d (within reason).
    imagine how plebeian your taste in cinema would have to be to actually feel this way lmao

    like you'd have to watch exclusively michael bay movies

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    #60
    I watch most 3D movies on my Rift with this: http://vrplayer.codeplex.com/ , I find it heaps better than the cinema experience.

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    #61
    Not a huge fan of 3D, colours always seem off with those glasses on. And they quite often just feel uncomfortable and give me headaches. Doesn't really worry me too much though, the kinds of movies that I'd absolutely avoid watching in 3D wouldn't really have 3D anyway.

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    #62
    Vulcan wrote:
    I watch most 3D movies on my Rift with this: http://vrplayer.codeplex.com/ , I find it heaps better than the cinema experience.
    Screendoor is an issue though, it will be fixed as resolution improves. Look forward to watching some movies with DK2.

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    #63
    Watched several 3D movies now, would never choose to go 3D again, find wearing glasses annoying and the overall experience a bit average.

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    #64
    Went to 'What We Do in the Shadows' and was extremely happy it was in 2D.

    3D movies can get ****ed.

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    #65
    Valeyard wrote:
    It does nothing to enhance your viewing experience except give you a fake sense of immersion by having **** fly at you
    Sounds awesome imho

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    #66
    Sphyre wrote:
    imagine how plebeian your taste in cinema would have to be to actually feel this way lmao

    like you'd have to watch exclusively michael bay movies

    See, this is exactly the issue I have with people who absolutely swear by it and then try to tell me there's something wrong with ME for preferring 2D movies. How could you possibly say that you could 'never watch a 2D movie again'? Are you just sitting there in the cinema jerking yourself everytime something blows up? Because I assume these people aren't actually really paying attention or caring about the story.

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    #67
    Some of you ****s must walk around with one eye closed, I swear.

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    #68
    Vulcan wrote:
    +1 for 3D Porn.
    +2 for smellovision porn.

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    #69
    what dimension do we even live in lol

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    #70
    I think u start off with 3 dimensions and u have to unlock the other 8

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    #71
    I don't do drugs

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    #72
    Just watched Transformers: Age of Extinction in 2D

    You could tell it was made for 3D with all the close shots of objects going towards you. This is why I think 3D has failed, because they always have to do this to make it seem real. Why not just film as you normally would without all this in-your-face gimmickry and it may actually seem better.

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    #73
    KiwiTT wrote:
    Just watched Transformers: Age of Extinction in 2D

    You could tell it was made for 3D with all the close shots of objects going towards you. This is why I think 3D has failed, because they always have to do this to make it seem real. Why not just film as you normally would without all this in-your-face gimmickry and it may actually seem better.
    For a thing that's failed, it sure is popular.

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    #74
    For anyone hating on 3D go watch Dredd (in 3D)

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    #75
    GaR wrote:
    For a thing that's failed, it sure is popular.
    Pretty much everything I've read on 3D suggests its popularity is declining. Not failed yet, but failing.