Cameron Says Save 3-D For The Classics

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Cameron Says Save 3-D For The Classics

Speaking to a group of industry insiders, James Cameron said that postproduction 3-D should only be applied to classic films like Jaws or Close Encounters Of The Third Kind. What do you think?

  • "No way! Some of the worst movies ever have the most crap flying across the screen."

    Peter Schulter
    Systems Analyst
  • "And only for movies with performances worthy of Vincent Price."

    Yancy Bakken
    Quick Mixer Operator
  • "I don't understand. If they made old movies 3D, they'd be forced to rerelease them and charge...oh, I see."

    Clem Havey
    Needle Setter
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