Discussion in 'Star Trek Movies: Kelvin Universe' started by Admiral Buzzkill, Jan 31, 2013.
Thanks for posting. Nothing really new though, basically just JJ Abrams and the main actors talking about how cool and great the movie is going to be.
I'm blind in one eye, so 3D does nothing for me unfortunately.
I really love the music that accompanies the trailer. Much like Pine said regarding the movie, it's relentless. Reminds me of the Inception soundtrack.
That Inception noise gets everywhere!
Although I should point out that something very similar to the Into Darkness trailer BWAAHH music was used in the Stargate SG-1 episode "Gemini", which pre-dates Inception by a few years!
Bill, you aren't missing anything. Imagine one of those cardboard box theatres - the ones with characters on sticks manipulated from outside the box (don't know if there's an official designation for it). Essentially, "3D" cinema is just this, a high tech method of tricking your brain into seeing layered 2D images - sending you cross eyed in the process! For me, it's all gimmick - and is rarely worthy or particularly effective.
Well, converted 3D films might be like that, but films shot in 3D are beginning to become more common, such as:
3D gives me a headache. Can't stand it.
Yes, movies shot 3D native can certainly provide a more dynamic rendering of the effect, but nevertheless, it's exactly the same - a process that fools your brain into viewing layered 2D images. I totally accept some are sold on it, but I find it highly distracting.
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