indeed, Problem is that the human mind takes between 5 to 7 seconds to understand depth, but the average cut time for films is 3 seconds, so unless one shot is on screen for at least 5 seconds we wont see it in 3D because the human mind cant keep up.. so basically it will look a bit shit
I am still on the fence about seeing it. However I am interested in how well it will do, will this new generation of movie goers be interested in such a dramatic piece of our history. What about the people who saw it fifteen years ago, will they want to see it again, all four+ hours of it?
And how many will go for 3D breasts? In all honesty that had not occurred to me until I read this thread, but now I may have to weigh my decision more carefully.
My girlfriend wants to see it, so I'll most likely still go. But we're not really in it for the 3D, we're just using it as an excuse to see Titanic on the big screen again. Hell, I almost went to Star Wars 3D just to see it again... then I realized it was Episode 1 and all I could think of was this toolbox:
I know everybody hates that one, but Episode I was the only film of the new trilogy that felt like classic Star Wars in the overall look and style of it. II & III felt too far removed from the universe and were all around very goofy.
Agreed. I saw Titanic with my mum for my birthday. I wasn't into the whole, "fake 3D" thing, I just wanted to to see what I think is a great movie on the big screen since I didn't when it was first released.
Unpopular opinion time... I do not like this movie. I saw it when it came out as a kid and was completely bored. Then I saw it as an adult and still did not enjoy it. I am debating whether to see it in 3D just to see if I can finally understand why everyone loves it, which is odd since I usually don't watch a film in 3D.