On Friday I went and saw the movie Inception and loved it, just didn't love the seats at the theatre - Bum Breaker!
I think about dreams a lot, and I myself dream almost every night. I dream in color, but I've come to understand that not everyone does. I always remember my dreams because of a certain color, like last night it was red for blood. My cat is dying from Kidney failure, and sad as it is, that's what I dreamt about.
In Inception, a person is loaded into their dream world where to them it feels like they're really living it, the problem with this is that in the real world, they can no longer dream. The only way they can is to be attached to this machine that makes them.
I want to correlate this with 3D movies. I've seen one movie, but after understanding just how 3D works, I'll never see another one. When you're watching one of these films or TV shows, you're brain is actually being tricked into thinking it sees these objects, some close, some far. To me, it's like having the natural make-up of your brain altered, and personally, I'd hate to walk out of one of those movies one day, or with the new TV's too, and no longer see the world in 3D.
Could you imagine?
Anyway. The movie was great, and you should really go see it! Hopefully NOT in 3D.