not a bad article, if entirely biased.
although, i fully agree except on one point, the problem is not the technology, but the ignorance responsible for operating that technology, 3D videos, movies and games using polarized lenses do definitely create a much darker picture than their 2D counterparts, however, i think it's also important to note that while 60% saw 2D as cited, 40% opted for 3D, i for one am amazed at how many people were willing to give the new technology a fair shake, i honestly thought it would have been much lower than 40% if i'm honest.
even still, i think it's important to support the current 3D technology that we do have which is unfortunately not as good as it could be to encourage ******[EDIT] g r o w t h is censored? oh well[/EDIT] and development of new and better 3D technology, take polarized lenses compared to the 3D method used by the 3DS handheld game console by nintendo, both are far from perfect, i'll be the first to admit that, but if the public shuns current polarized technology for being too dark and current 3DS technology for being too sensitive then how much longer will we wind up waiting for a monitor or TV technology that can be viewed from a wide angle without glasses or loss of brightness?
possibly, forever and that would be a shame.
at any rate, to get back on topic, i went to see the dark knight rises at the drive in tonight, just got back an hour or so ago in fact and it was awesome, they cleared didn't pay any heed to bane's backstory and if i'm totally honest they seemingly intended to miscast him, forgive me for being the voice of reason here, but bane was a mexican child, born in a mexican prison, he was not talia's son although the comics never point to a father in specific either and she did not calm him, his teddy bear did, also, he never was able to form complete sentences at one time before either and yet in this he comes off as some prison monkey with a cheesy british accent dubbed in.
all in all though, it was the only movie i bothered to see in the theater the entire year and it was well worth it, 9/10.
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