Tuesday, April 10, 2012
3D here to stay - Spoiling movie fun
I have being reading quiet a few articles off late which have being highlighting that 3D is here to stay at movies and expected to have a healthy growth in evolution of television. I was unfazed by HD trend which rose at the start of last decade, it never made a difference to me to crave for watching HD content until bandwidth and internet connectivity infrastructure improved in metro cities in India. Avatar was a landmark movie which was shot in 3D but somehow director's and movie studios have resorted to cheap tricks by converting movies into 3D post production. Watching such movies on big screen does not make any difference and I wonder how many of us are excited to watch in 3D, I got frustrated watching Tron in 3D there were hardly any frames shot in 3D for this movie.
I don't mind televisions coming with 3D tech, atleast I have the freedom to switch between 3D and non 3D content when I want, however I am longing to take my kid to his first animated movie to watch on the big screen, everytime a good one comes It now carries that frustrating 3D tag. A lot of multiplexes have stopped screening 2D movies in Pune and they just go with the 3D version. Maybe I would have stick to showing animated movies to my kid at home for now.