By ZS Roe
I love going to the movies, but not if those movies are in 3D. While visually interesting for the first fifteen minutes, a 3D movie quickly becomes old hat if its storytelling elements aren’t up to par. And then there’s the fact that those 3D glasses are a real pain if, like me, you already wear glasses. Come on—nobody should have to wear two pairs of specs at the same time.
These days, nearly every big budget Hollywood blockbuster is filmed in 3D or converted in post-production. But this is old news, and something we’re all well aware of. Lately, however, we’ve started to see older movies receiving the 3D treatment and being rereleased in theatres across the world.
A few months ago we saw the rerelease of Star Wars: The Phantom Menace. This very weekend 1997’s super hit Titanic is finding its way back…
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