Do you like movies in 3D or normal?

Philippines
April 10, 2010 11:56am CST
My first time watching a movie in 3D was avatar and it was the best. But its a little costly. What do you think? Is it really worth paying more for 3D or just watching it normally?
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@ridwan08 (1184)
• Indonesia
10 Apr 10
yes,i think it's depend of movie, i prefer watching movie in 3D if movie is animation or similar like that.but for action,drama,comedy and many more i prefer to watching movie with normal screen.but i thing #3D better than normal screen.i can feel about the story,it's fun
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• Philippines
10 Apr 10
Thanks for the insight. I also prefer to choose the movie I want in 3D especially if its an animation. I'm thinking of watching how to train your dragon in 3d if possible.
@wll521998 (109)
10 Apr 10
absolutly 3d film. 3d bring us a shocking and amazing visal effect.a couple of months ago, i went to see the avator.this film proved again that the 3d technology indeed bring us different so many funny.
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@arcideaco (1259)
• Singapore
20 Apr 10
I kind of prefer the normal because I wear glasses so unless I have prescribed 3D glasses I am not going to enjoy the movie. Half the time, I have trouble making out what was being displayed. Cheers.
• Singapore
12 Apr 10
in the past watching movie is my favorite whenever i hang out with my friend we went to cinema and we just want to watch it but the technology improved so fast it makes the movie better so 3d,even 5d came out ,i do like to watch 3d , i can see it so real , if have chance i also want to watch 5 d.
• Philippines
12 Apr 10
personally, I dont like watching in 3D cause it makes me dizzy. haha. but I did watch avatar on 3d and it was amazing! I'd love to watch it over and over again. although I had to take the glasses of a couple of times cause I was getting a little bit nauseous. haha.
• United States
10 Apr 10
Personally, I think not. 3D technology has come a long way since I first saw it in the amusement park shows at Disney World, but I still don't think it's worth paying out the extra cash for. I saw Avatar in 3D too, and while it was pretty cool it still felt very unnatural to me. The image kept going out of focus and I had to blink to get it back into focus. By the end of the movie I had a bit of a headache. I still prefer 2D. Talk to me about 3D movies again in ten years or so.