But are these films art?
He has shown in the recent pas to be incorrect about the artistic merits of video games, and he again proves to be incorrect on a large scale about 3-D. I like Ebert, but he seems like nothing more than a traditionalist too busy seeing the 'evils' of new technology, such as Hollywood and the theaters' angle, rather than the positives, of which he seems to say little if any exist. These aspects are important as consumers in relegating how the technology develops and how it enters our lives, but there seem to be added benefits to the technology that established filmmakers are embracing. These are all concerns he has stated before, and for me the only viable one is the pointlessness of the surcharge.