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The awards season are officially coming to a close. The glamour. The hype. The speculation. Finally, its all drawing to a close and in its wake, we can confidently await the summer epics and small independent movies. This award season for me has been particularly exciting. Ive loved it mainly because I had seen almost all the movies in the running and was quite excited about the main two – Avatar and the Hurt Locker.  The hurt locker for me was an amazing movie. I had had the chance to see it before all the buzz about it was generated and was genuinely pleased that it was getting the recognition it deserved.  Avatar, though not my favourite movie in terms of storyline, was graphically stunning and well worth a viewing.  This meant that more people were looking for the lower budget but equally stimulating movies as well as the huge blockbusters which were creating a new trend – in this case 3D viewing.
The trends that came on the waves of the award season aside, I have thoroughly enjoyed the innovation that these movies have introduced.  The introduction of 3D televisions – though grossly overpriced – has created a lot of excitement because its something new and different. You can imagine my curiousity then when I heard the term 3DX. I assumed, naiively, that like the iPhone 3G and 3GS, it was a bigger, better version of the current 3D options out there.  Shock; Horror – it was not.
It seems that the excitement created over Avatar and the new world of 3D entertainment has been something that the French Porn industry has been anticipating.  And now that the movie has exceeded all expectation, be prepared to enter a new but highly disturbing world of 3DX.  Maybe its my complete reservation to porn in general and its subtle yet destructive nature to all things relational, but Im truly uncomfortable with the idea. As 3D movies cost quite a substantial amount to make, and the avenue to view them on is not truly universally available, I can at least rest easy for a while yet before this truly becomes an issue. I am curious though to see where this leads.  If people truly would start buying into this new trend.  Worrying thought.  Deeply worrying thought.

iStock_000011686411SmallThe awards season are officially coming to a close. The glamour. The hype. The speculation. Finally, it’s all drawing to a close and in its wake, we can confidently await the summer epics and small independent movies. This award season for me has been particularly exciting. I’ve loved it mainly because I had seen almost all the movies in the running and was quite excited about the main two – Avatar and the Hurt Locker.  The hurt locker for me was an amazing movie. I had had the chance to see it before all the buzz about it was generated and was genuinely pleased that it was getting the recognition it deserved.  Avatar, though not my favourite movie in terms of storyline, was graphically stunning and well worth a viewing.  This meant that more people were looking for the lower budget but equally stimulating movies as well as the huge blockbusters which were creating a new trend – in this case 3D viewing.

The trends that came on the waves of the award season aside, I have thoroughly enjoyed the innovation that these movies have introduced.  The introduction of 3D televisions – though grossly overpriced – has created a lot of excitement because its something new and different. You can imagine my curiosity then when I heard the term 3DX. I assumed, naively, that like the iPhone 3G and 3GS, it was a bigger, better version of the current 3D options out there.  Shock; Horror – it was not.

It seems that the excitement created over Avatar and the new world of 3D entertainment has been something that the French Porn industry has been anticipating.  And now that the movie has exceeded all expectation, be prepared to enter a new but highly disturbing world of 3DX.  Maybe its my complete reservation to porn in general and its subtle yet destructive nature to all things relational, but I’m truly uncomfortable with the idea. As 3D movies cost quite a substantial amount to make, and the avenue to view them on is not truly universally available, I can at least rest easy for a while yet before this truly becomes an issue. I am curious though to see where this leads.  If people truly would start buying into this new trend.  Worrying thought.  Deeply worrying thought.

15 Comments »

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    Im not to keen on this 3d action. I find myself sat there in the dark…I cant help but look behind me every now and then to see the masses in dark glasses, munching on their munches, slurping on their slurps…I’d happy watch them for hours.

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