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I haven't been able to figure out why they replay these old movies at the box office, when 15 years later a new one is coming out. For instance, Jurassic Park.

Why in the heck would I pay $12 to see a movie I can watch on any major streaming sight for free?

Most people, I feel, if they saw the original and like it would go to the theater to see the new one anyhow.

Who's walking around like "Jurassic Park? What's that?"

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It's all part of the 3-D kick.

Personally, I'm not a huge fan of the current 3-D movie technology. I'll save my cash for other things. :)
 

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It's all part of the 3-D kick.

Personally, I'm not a huge fan of the current 3-D movie technology. I'll save my cash for other things. :)
That makes sense. I forgot it was in 3-D. Still though, I went and looked a some $3K 3D TV. I put on the glasses and watched it, and nothing happened. It looked like a blurry TV to me.

I don't understand the hype.
 

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That makes sense. I forgot it was in 3-D. Still though, I went and looked a some $3K 3D TV. I put on the glasses and watched it, and nothing happened. It looked like a blurry TV to me.

I don't understand the hype.
It's possible the glasses were broken, or they were passive and the TV requires Active, etc. Happens a lot at retail stores. It shouldn't look blurry really. But that could happen depending on content. The TV can't always interpolate.
 
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