‘The Hobbit’ 3D tech divides our CNET reviewers
‘The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey’ features a new 3D technology that some people have criticized for looking too much like TV.
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Now that Peter Jackson’s “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey” has opened in theaters around the world, the most controversial thing about it isn’t even that he somehow is making three 3-hour movies out of a 300-page children’s story. No, it’s the way the movie has been shot that has the most people talking.
The “Hobbit” trilogy has been captured using James Cameron’s 48-frames-per-second 3D technology (HFR 3D), which Jackson says leads to…
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