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The case against 3-D filmmaking

This article was written by Matthew Garner.

“As a dark, dank vinyl screen plastered onto a wall of hard concrete, the movie screen is a platform for your senses, enveloping them in a stark wash of sight and sound. The magical idea that a movie can take you anywhere on such limited resources is what grants the silver screen its mystical allure.

But businessmen and, more importantly, directors are now cashing in on the 3-D experience and the idea that putting on goofy glasses and charging you extra money will enhance and enlighten your movie-going experience. But what’s most important is more and more of the movie-going public are falling for their greedy trick.”

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