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Say, you know where is Moscow? Right next to Pa's cow...
In every other part of the world aside from Merka that don't rhyme. There is no cow sound in Moscow. Listen to Russia's 1980 Olympic song, tells you how to pronounce their capital city.
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I've given them a couple of tries now, thinking I might get used to it eventually. That hasn't happened yet.
It takes a long time before my eyes "snap in" and stop seeing two superimposed images, and then occasionally with a scene change, they snap right out again. Subtitles are just totally lost, not that I really need them anyway.. and if they do "the 3D gimmick" with suddenly putting an object right in front of the viewer, well that really doesn't work for me.
How is that going for you people? Am I just doing it wrong?
Remember these[^]? I never see anything in them. no matter how hard I try. It only works for me when I unintentionally look at it. The same for the direction of a rotating wireframe cube on a flat screen.
Don't try to tell the image processor between your ears how to do its work.
I have lived with several Zen masters - all of them were cats.
I prefer to go to an authorized cinema, with better equipments to enjoy the movie and not just watch the movie. To enjoy the 3D, also select the movie that demonstrates the 3D. Regular drama is not the way to go.
I am going Lahore this week, to watch Justice League in 3D in IMAX 3D. I tried different cinemas and personally it is the quality and encoding of the presenter that might piss you off, I watched Thor: Ragnarok at a non-IMAX and it was a pain most of the times.
Also, I am not sponsoring IMAX. Just making a point, that 3D can be really amazing if your cinema is good and the movie itself also has some 3D elements. If you try watching a normal movie in 3D, you will not enjoy it. But movies with extensive animations and composition can really make you feel the movie; Doctor Strange was one of such.
Avengers: Infinity Wars would be the next for me.
Oh and I missed a point, you can also consider the VR Box, that has a good ability presenting you with the 3D movies entertainment. I have one of those at home and I love it. I use my own mobile to play the movie and the VR Box does the rest.
The sh*t I complain about
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The way new movies have used 3D is much more organic than older films that used it as a gimmick. Now it is just a depth of field thing rather than "Woah! that Yo-yo came right at me!" or the spear from a spear gun flying at the viewer in Friday the 13th part 3D.