Tonyblack wrote:If I remember correctly, there aren't any epic battles in The Hobbit.
Critics were predictably divided over the decision by Jackson to film The Hobbit using high-speed 3D cameras that capture twice the normal number of frames per second, with some early audiences reporting that the filming techniques made them feel nauseous and even caused migraines.
The movie is shot at a camera speed of 48 frames per second - double that normally used.
'The results are interesting and will be much-debated, but an initial comparison of the two formats weighs against the experiment; the print shown in what is being called "high frame rate 3D," while striking in some of the big spectacle scenes, predominantly looked like ultra-vivid television video, paradoxically lending the film a oddly theatrical look,' says The Hollywood Reporter.
konnichiwa wrote:But what I've understood they're not taking much from "The Silmarillion", mostly from "Unfinished Tales"
"My eyes cannot take everything in, it's dizzying. Now I have a migraine."
"I left loving the movie but feeling sick"
"You have to hold your stomach down and let your eyes pop at first to adjust. This is not for wimps."
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