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I watched Avatar in 3D and was amazed at the quality and "feel" of the movie. I get seasick and airsick on occasion, so I was expecting not to "do well" in the movie. I had no problem at all. The glasses we were given were not all all like the cheesy cardboard versions found in cereal boxes. I think that made a difference too. All it all, I thought it was a great enhancement to the movie experience.
Does this mean that I owe you an extra $2.50 to read this?
Smell-O-Vision. There are many things that I am glad I cannot smell at the movies. Try the poop ball that the dung beetle was pushing up the hill in "Ice Age."
"Dung Beetle Dad: [Pushing ball of dung] Do we have to bring this crap along? I'm sure they have crap where we're going! Dung Beetle Mom: [Offended] Uh! This was a gift from my mother."
Or the smells that would go along with the movie Aliens when the creatures leap out the chest of the victims, yea, that would have to be a great one!
Lastly, any autopsy scene, like the ones in CSI, Bones, etc.
3D, yea, not a huge fan. I find it gets annoying after awhile. I would rather see it in the regular old fashioned way.
Waiting for the return of Smell-O-Vision movies - I want to know if Keanu Reeves really does smells as bad as he acts...
Personally, it gives me a headache, so I avoid them. Also, my 10-year-old little bro is legally blind in one eye and can't see 3D. It would be sad if they made all movies that way, alienating the people who can't see it.