This is a particularly eloquent and thoughtful criticism of 3D from a famous lover of films. Film critic, historian, and beloved blogger Roger Ebert summarizes the shortcomings of 3D from his point of view: venal Hollywood studios squeezing extra money out of audiences, charging premium prices for sub-premium product, compromised light levels, not suited to adult storytelling, headaches/nausea, nefarious equipment vendors trying to make a buck, and more.
Ebert cares passionately about film and makes an excellent case for higher frame rates, as well as better quality storytelling.
Published in Newsweek magazine and The Daily Beast web site, May 9, 2010, this article is an important part of the ongoing debate. Click here to read then entire piece.