The Hobbit

There have been exactly 4,593 editorials written about higher frame rates ever since Peter Jackson announced he’d be filming The Hobbit in 48FPS. Experts, semi-experts and barely-experts have weighed in with a range of responses that firmly cover “Who cares?” all the way to “Film is dead forever and ever so everyone stop making them.”

But we want to know what you thought.

If you went to a screening of The Hobbit that featured the higher frame rate, did you like what you saw? If not, is it the kind of thing you could get used to? Or is it terrible all around? Let us know in the comments section, and feel free to share your thoughts on the movie itself. Audiences and critics seem a bit divided on this one, so we won’t be surprised if you came to a different conclusion than Hunter and Neil did.

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