[Groop] Despicable Me!

Rocky Smith mulch3 at hotmail.com
Mon Jul 19 23:40:14 PDT 2010

Date: Mon, 19 Jul 2010 09:20:15 +0000
From: mygodaplum at yahoo.co.uk
To: groop at groo.com
Subject: Re: [Groop] Despicable Me!

You are wearing the 3D glasses aren't you? :-)

*Amazingly, I was (I kept having to check, though . . .)

Luckily CGI 3D is
easily made in 2D and 3D so I imagine there will always be somewhere
you can go watch the 2D version within reasonable distance. I hope so
anyway, I'm not convinced that every movie needs to be 3D just because.

*I always choose the 2-D if at all possible.  Unfortunately, when I saw AVATAR, it was only screening in 3-D. I really wanted to drink in the creature design, environments and visual effects but it was frustrating for me to see so many of the creatures appear blurry or out of focus.

--- On Sun, 18/7/10, Rocky Smith <mulch3 at hotmail.com> wrote:

From: Rocky Smith <mulch3 at hotmail.com>
Subject: Re: [Groop] Despicable Me!
To: mrgrooism at yahoo.com, "The Groop" <groop at groo.com>
Date: Sunday, 18 July, 2010, 23:53

I, too, have trouble 'seeing' 3-D, although I have no vision problems, don't wear glasses and therefore have no excuse for why details in a 3-D film looks blurry to me.  Studios seem convinced that 3-D is what will save the moviegoing experience but the whole 3-D push is beyond me, as the technology just doesn't look markedly different or more advanced than it did in the seventies (to me, at least).

Not sure I'd want to experience GROO 'fraying' in three dimensions anyway.  It would be frighteningly close to actually being slain on the battlefield!


The New Busy think 9 to 5 is a cute idea. Combine multiple calendars with Hotmail.  Get busy. 

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