nightmareblade wrote:WHY DOES IT HAVE TO BE IN 3D I SAID IT SO MANY MANY TIMES MILLIONS OF PEOPLE CAN WATCH 3D MOVIE I ONE OF THEM .NOW I HAVE NEVER SEEN ONE IN A THEATER WITH THOSE GLASSES SO MAYBE I WRONG BUT I KNOW WEARING THE RED AND BLUE GLASSES GIVES ME SUCH A HEADACHE AND DIZZINESS AND SINCE ARE ONLY MOVIE THEATER WAS WIPED OUT BECAUSE OF THE MAJOR FLOOD WE HAVE WELL .
Thats heartbreaking. I hope i can help out. The glasses haven't been red and blue since the early, early 90s. However, i have a few friends who also experience headaches when wearing modern 3D glasses. I am not one of those people. I love the 3D craze. I hope it continues to prosper and improve. I firmly believe that well-done 3D visual can save a shite movie like Avatar.
If you don't want to pay extra for the *non red and blue* glasses, do what me and my friends do, and what any other reasonably disgruntled consumer in America would do - buy the 3D glasses once, KEEP THEM, and then any other time you go to see a 3D movie just bring the old glasses, pay for a non-3D movie, then simply go to the 3D movie of your choice. (Do other people not do this?)
Also, If the modern 3D glasses (that are not red and blue) truly do give you headaches, check the movie times before you go and find one that is showing in non-3D. I did this for Fright Night and Toy Story 3. It can prove to be somewhat of a hassle because most theaters only have 1 or 2 non-3D showings per day.
Hope all is well with the flood. My area got hit pretty hard, too.