If you haven’t come to realised that 3D is the new in-thing with the movie industry, you’ve clearly been living under the ocean. Just about a week ago, our more popular movie theatre finally invested in 3D. The first official movie to show in that theatre: Transformers 3.
Firstly, what happened to Megan Fox? Secondly, even if she’s gone, what need does this boy, Sam, have with having a pretty face by his side running through the dangers with him? Thirdly, I get excited when I hear Leonard Nimoy’s voiceover in a sci-fi film, I have no idea why…he’s just…groovy. Ha.
The movie itself was pretty decent but it’s not something that I’ll turn around and watch again anytime soon. I guess I liked the first two better but it’s difficult to say when I can’t really recall them in much detail. At 155 minutes, it’s a fairly long movie but enjoyable enough to not feel the length. I have to admit, I got a little emotional in one scene >.<
Oh yes, most importantly, this is the first time I’ve ever watched a full movie in 3D. My only other exposures were 4D at Disneyland and Universal Studios. It wasn’t too bad really. All I hear from half the people I know is that 3D is overrated. And that’s fine and dandy but I think the quality of the dimensions is dependent on a number of factors, particularly the directing and special effects editing for the movie. It hardly matters to me though.
It’s highly upsetting how selfish Barbadians are with the startup of the 3D phenomena here. People are arriving at 10 AM (box office opens at 10:30) to purchase tickets for their friends at 10 PM that night. This morning, I went to see the 11 AM showing and, arriving there at 10:20, I had to join a lengthy queue. Not to mention, by the time I reached the counter, the 10 PM show had already been sold out. Crazy much? People don’t have a chance at all! But the fact that people are actually allowed to buy 20 or more tickets is unfathomable. How is that something that’s so easily looked over? Like, really? No, seriously? There should be a limit to how many tickets an individual can purchase. People need to have a chance! Geez.
I know this frenzy is going to be a couple notches worse when Harry Potter starts showing here on July 20th. All hell will break loose as people can’t get tickets and I hear all sorts of madness like people purchasing 20 tickets for the movie the day before instead. If the Olympus Theatres continues to allow persons to purchase >5 tickets at once, I’ll be sorely disappointed in the way they handle their service. SO many people have been complaining about this problem.
Well, regardless, since people work and sleep at 11 AM, I smartly chose to watch the movie at that time (despite having to wait in such a ridiculous line) and enjoyed myself.