- The 3d glasses don't work well over my prescription glasses.
- Most 3d movies were filmed normally and converted to 3d afterward, and so aren't worth the effort.
- Even the movies that were actually filmed (or in the case of Pixar, rendered) in 3d, I am not a fan of the "swoop over a cliff" film technique, which is the gimmick that (nearly?) every 3d movie uses to help you feel like you're in 3d. Personally, I never swoop over cliffs in real-life, and yet my real life feels 3d enough for me; I don't see why they need to put that effect in every 3d movie.
- Until movies are fully holographic (so you can actually walk around the image and truly see it from different angles), I don't think it's worth it.
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