some motions appear fast in closeup shots but that's normal and you get used to it. i had no trouble with it at all. the clarity is amazing and the 3d was the best i've ever seen.
if you do see it this way just make sure you don't sit in the front of the theater. all these people are complaining online about the 48fps/3d and then end up saying they were sitting in the fourth row. that's just stupid. i always make sure i am far enough away to be able to see the whole screen no matter what kind of movie it is.
I didn't see it in the 3D/48 FPS format because I can't see things in 3d (problem with my right eye), but the film was rather epic even in "regular" presentation. I think a lot of the haters are just trying to be contrarian.
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