While film studios are cashing in on 3D films, many are "faking it" by converting 2D movies into 3D post-production. Worse, they're not upfront in their advertising, and many people feel ripped off after paying extra fees for the "3D Experience." They claim that conversions are now just as good as the real thing, but there's a limit to what can you can do post-production. If you only have one eye's worth of content, you can't just make up the content for the second eye.And so here is a list for separating the real 3D films that were shot or rendered natively in 3D from the fake ones that weren't. Happy watching!
- Philip Dhingra
Update: I've decided to exclude certain movies.