Varislintu wrote:Yeah, that's what I thought as well at first. I thought 'great' was referring to the 3D and digital effects, or the whole experience. But then I've started hearing comments that sound more like praise of the movie itself. I don't know, I may be misinterpreting (especially some US conversational cultures, where "Oh I absolutely loved it, it was amazing" seems to be what you say when you can't really think of anything specific to say ), but it feels strange.
Hmm, by now, the film's so hyped that it wouldn't surprise me if it's just the hype itself which leads to those comments. As soon as something is hyped enough, there'll always be people who say (or even think) it actually is great.
Well, I hope I'll finally see it. The upcoming exams combined with a lack of a 3D cinema in my home town don't make it too likely, though. I could easily see it here in 3D, but with two exams next week alone, we don't really feel like going.