Holding out for a 3D hero | Film | guardian.co.uk
A recent LA Times report suggested audiences are slowly being turned off spending extra money for a 3D fix. While 71% of those who went to see Avatar made sure to view it in stereoscope, filmgoers have gradually realised that not all movies are made to such a high technical standard. Last year in the US, 61% saw Shrek Forever After in 3D in May and 60% shelled out for higher-price Toy Story 3 tickets in June, but by August, just 45% were willing to pay to see Despicable Me in 3D.
Mais noooooon, c’est pas un problème de qualité !
C’est juste qu’au bout de trois quarts d’heure de film en 3D, j’ai envie de m’arracher les yeux des orbites, parce que j’ai l’impression d’avoir des morceaux de popcorn coincés au niveau du nerf optique.