1. Better Home Equipment
One of the bigger selling points to the current 3D movement was that it gave audiences something they couldn't get at home. A good idea, in theory, but one that ignored a small issue: maybe what's at home is
better than anything offered at the multiplex. Extra dimensions or not.
"I also refuse to pay for 3D now, period," wrote commenter Maureen Lucas
. "Sadly, I noticed when watching 'Transformers 3' on Blu-ray last week that it looked better
on my TV than [when I saw it in] non-3D movie theater." Ticket prices are high enough as it is without 3D, but paying for something that -- despite James Cameron's protests
-- doesn't really offer anything special to the viewing experience is a turn-off. Especially with home entertainment centers becoming so technically advanced. Speaking of which...