Re: The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey - Grading & Discussion (Spoilers
The motion blur is what gives a film its cinematic quality. High frame rate makes it appear that you are standing on a set next to the director
What bugs me is that this is "innovation" for the sake of it and Jackson and Cameron are doing it because they can. But Jackson, Cameron, and Lucas used
to make innovations to make their films better and their stories work back in their respective heydays.
See, the problem is that you are using your cards to show me what cards you have, and if you can't see that this is viciously circular, then there is no point in continuing