The problem with 3D is not 3D
I agree with dystonym on this.
3D is soooo pretty. I do think its a valid film-making tool and in some films its been remarkably effective. The problem with 3D isn't 3D - its all the other problems that come with it.
I, and many of my friends, get headaches when we watch 3D films. Also, without my regular glasses on the screen is blurry, but not all cinemas supply 3D glasses that I can fit my everyday glasses underneath.What's the point in watching a film in 3DHD when it's blurry anyway? I don't really mind, I just go to see the 2D version when I can, but that's the other problem.
Cinemas are taking up 2 screens instead of 1 by providing the 2D alternative. This means they can't provide as much variety. I wanted to see Submarine and Underworld Awakening, but both were ousted from my local cinema because they were projecting two of everything and didn't have space.
3D can be great, but they really need to sort out the issues properly before they force it on us.