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Critics React To 'The Hobbit' 48fps Footage

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Published on Apr 25, 2012

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Critics react to the hobbits revolutionary 48 frames per second, and its not what you would expect!

At cinemacon, Warner Bros debuted 10 minutes of footage of Peter Jackson'sThe Hobbit in the revolutionary new format of 48 frames per second.

So what did they thing? Well one industry observer said this, "It was like seeing Live From The Met at IMAX. Kinda cold." Another three-time Oscar winner to be unnamed said, "I think we should let him finish it and see what it's like then, but it seems a little like the look of a soap opera".

Still another media member thought it looked "extraordinary" but felt the high-defness of it all would deeply divide moviegoers, especially those who like the grain of film.

ACcording to pete Hammond from deadline...he misses real film... so what I gather is, this is defintily going to be something we are going to have to get used to! viewers might get a chance to see it for themselves in July when a 48fps trailer is rumored to be hitting theaters (maybe with a certain masked superhero?) ...hmmm??? But I am still excited to see how everything turns out! But what about you guys? Let us kow in the comment section below and be sure to keep it locked right here on clevver movies, your number one source for movie news!

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