Avatar a*k*a Space Dances With Wolves has caused a frenzy of 3D movies to hit the silver screen.
I liked Avatar, but I can understand why people weren’t in love with the movie. Although visually different, it is a movie that has been done before…
Which brings me to the newest 3D(isaster) to hit the screens: Drive Angry starring Nick Cage. I was watching the preview the other day and thinking, “This movie is going to be terrible.” Then all of sudden the announcer says, “In 3D!” Then I say, “You mean in WTH?” I guess the movie being in 3D somehow negated all the nonsense that I just saw.
Basically the announcer said, “Get ready for the worst movie of the year… In 3D.”
<sarcasm>Well of course I want to watch it now.</sarcasm>
The problem with the new 3D technology is that it makes people think that they can make a terrible movie, throw some 3D technology on it, and then it becomes good. Unfortunately it doesn’t work that way. (See: The Last Airbender).
It’s kind of like a lot of rap music. Throwing a good beat on a wack song doesn’t always make it better. (See: Soulja Boy and Lil B)
Oh, it doesn’t stop there. Then you get weirdos that make crap like this.
<sarcasm>Finally, I’ve been waiting on this!</sarcasm>
Call me crazy, but watching T.V. looking like I’m having a seizure doesn’t really appeal to me.
What do you guys think? What is up with people thinking technology make bad things good?
*Also comment if you believe Nick Cage should stop acting. I think he’s has proven he is not to be trusted to make good movies.