Avatar didn’t need to be in 3D…

Seen the movie 3 times now. First two times in 3D. And today, in 2D. I’ve wanted to see it in 2D since I first saw it lol.

I do love the movie, I didn’t want to, but I do… I just don’t see what 3D adds to the experience… all the special effects & CGI look just as good in 2D, and you don’t have to wear those damn clunky 3D glasses that block out everything around you. Until theres a way to see 3D movies without making us wear the glasses… I think they should stop plugging it so much… its such a gimic *sigh*… I can’t wait till this 3D phase dies down…

Sure it has flaws, and a few continuity goofs I noticed, but I’m willing to overlook them lol.

Oh, I kept forgetting, but remembered just now lol, the noise alot of the creatures on Pandora made reminded me of dinosaurs from Jurassic Park. I think it was the horse-things(Direhouse/Pa’li) & the banshee’s(Ikran)… Yeah… definitely Jurassic Park.. the noise Raptors make.

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7 Responses to “Avatar didn’t need to be in 3D…”

  1. Katie Says:

    I agree with you I think the movie would be just as good in 2D. I do think that the 3D added to the overall effect of the film, but if it hadn’t been there I wouldn’t have missed it. The special effects are amazing enough without them jumping out at you.

  2. Jon Smith (Ultimaknight) Says:

    Only seen the movie in 3D, but it didn’t really do much for me. It was good, but I probably would have been just as satisfied watching it normally.

    I will say that stuff in the trailers popped out more at me than things in the actually movie. I dunno, maybe if with all the explosions and what not if things were actually flying towards the audience I would have felt more involved in the 3D.

  3. glothelegend Says:

    I loved Avatar as well. I haven’t seen it in 2D yet, I saw it once in 3D and once in 3D IMAX (which was great), so I personally can’t really compare.

    I WILL however say that the whole 3D craze is kind of retarded. People were obsessed with 3D a long time ago (80’s or early 90s or something), and then 3D pretty much disappeared until of late. I never really bought in to it much.

    I plan on buying this on bluray when it comes out, and I’ll watch it in 2D then, but I don’t have the money to go see it again (otherwise I probably would).

  4. Nopy Says:

    I saw Avatar in 3D and I thought the graphics were really impressive. That was about all I remember though because I think I dozed off somewhere in the middle. A few of my friends said they fell asleep too.

  5. lovelyduckie Says:

    I’ve seen Coraline in 3-D. I thought that movie was amazing in 3-D. Haven’t seen Avatar yet though, I plan on renting it when it comes to blu-ray.

  6. chubbybots Says:

    Agree with ya 2D is good enough😀 Plus I hate wearing those bulky 3D glasses for 3hrs…

  7. Tornadoes28 Says:

    The movie was pretty cool but not as amazing as I thought it would be, especially with all the hype. The special effects were amazing but I don’t understand why this is as popular as it is. It’s OK. Not awesome. Just OK.

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