Seen most of the films listed here and haven't seen a really good movie for about 3 months now. I would say around 1 in 10 movies are good, that's how shite the film industry has become at making decent films. I get sick of wasting my time watching the first 30 mins of a film and then switching it off..
@RuneSR2 - What are the best 3D films you have seen? I like ones with pop out too, but there's not many about or I just haven't found them..
We've just put our 3D TV up for sale. I'd really like to hang on to it (I paid for it!) but as we have a brand new TV (she paid for that) I have had my orders. Thankfully, she wants far too much for it, so I'm quite sure it will never sell! It's in my hobby room, all set up and ready for watching 3D vids and films, as I build my model kits
it's quite stressful having to watch so many movies during the Christmas holidays! Nearly got no time for VR
I've seen this film and it's rather bizarre. This has to be the first movie that had me thinking is this a shite film or is it quite good. I still don't know the answer, so it will be interesting to know what @RuneSR2 thinks about it. Usually I would turn a movie off it's it's crap, but I did watch this movie right the way through.
It may all boil down to this...
Maybe I should consider this movie the worst garbage, then I can't be anything but positively surprised when watching it The movie should be in the mail tomorrow - I'll let you know what I think.
"Avalon" (watch this movie)"Baraka" (all of it)
I've seen this film and it's rather bizarre. This has to be the first movie that had me thinking is this a shite film or is it quite good. I still don't know the answer, so it will be interesting to know what @RuneSR2 thinks about it. I would usually turn a movie off it's it's crap, but I did watch this movie right the way through.
Looks like some of these movies have been shown at least by the BBC (English subs, Danish spoken language):
Maybe I should blame Sony for slowly turning me into a couch potato - but the quality on modern 4K TVs is just outstanding, I can see even the tiniest skin defects, sometimes making me feel closer to the girls/women on screen than my wife Actually the visual quality is so great it looks like photographs and probably tricks my brain into believing that movies are much more real than ever before. So yes, when possible, of course we need higher res in VR to further improve immersion. BTW, this isn't really a commercial - it actually works
I'm not to bothered about getting the television I want right now, and that's mainly due to the fact that most new films I've seen recently have been a load of shite. Most of the time I find myself thinking, I wish this would just hurry up and finish, which is a sign to me that it's shite. I would normally switch these films off, but the problem is most of what's on television in the UK is shite too.
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