Will I be able to view this movie in 3d?

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  1. Luffy20

    Luffy20 Well-Known Member

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    I have an alternating squint and I do not want to go see it in 3d only to realise I cannot see the 3d as I am really looking forward to this movie.
     
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    a quick google brings back the answer as no. i have never before heard of your condition but from what the search told me, a person with alternating squint does not see in 3D even normally.

    you should know more about it than me, so take it how you will.
     
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    2D is still as epic.
     
  4. Luffy20

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    I do remember when I was about 13 going on a school trip to a museum of film and television. There we watched a 3d movie there (about a space shuttle taking off) and having a really bad headache about 5 minutes into the 30 minute movie and feeling quite ill afterwards.

    So in conclusion it's proably best I just go see it in 2d.
     
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    If you can't see 3D then don't its not worth the money. Watch 2D its cheaper and better.

    3D is pretty much a scam fad by the studios anyway.
     
  6. Ash from Carolina

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    The 2D option depends on where and when you see the movie.

    Some theaters couldn't afford the conversion to 3D so they only offer 2D. Some of the really huge theaters have more showing than 3D screens so you might have options there for 2D during the opening week.

    Should all that fail and you don't mind waiting two weeks then hit a mid sized theater once Harry Potter is released. Most mid sized theaters only have one 3D screen so those will likely go to Potter while Dark of the Moon gets bumped to the 2D screens.

    If you think you might have trouble with 3D then Dark of the Moon might not be the best film to try it out on since it will run over 2 hours and that would be a long time to feel sick because 3D didn't work for you.
     
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    This P.S.A brought to you courtesy of Ash from Carolina. Thanks for stopping by! :) 
     
  8. Ash from Carolina

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    Just throwing out a lot of alternatives so that no one has to miss the theatrical run just because they have problems with 3D :D 
     
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    Oh I understand. Just saying your post was a great addition and very informative to the Op's question. :) 
     
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