Despite what your aesthetician might say while giving you a Brazilian wax, there really is such a thing as too smooth.
Especially where film is concerned. Thus, the small kerfuffle over director Peter Jackson's pioneering use of so-called High Frame Rate filming techniques for The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, the first widely released movie to be shot and (in some theatres) projected at 48 frames per second, double the nearly century-old film standard of 24 frames.
I love everything new and shiny when it comes to entertainment technology. Heck, I've seen half a dozen movies in those insane D-Box motion control seats that shimmy and shake along with the action on screen. It does not get more gimmicktacular than that.
The 10 worst superhero movies of all time Okay, Iron Man 3 is solidly a hit with both critics and fans. So before Man of Steel, R.I.P.D., Kick Ass 2 and Thor: The Dark World land in theatres, we thought now was a good time to take a look back at some comic book film adaptations that have missed ... Read more