You are quite clever, 3D, the way you can pop out of the screen, hurtling shards of glass at my face. You're the novelty that keeps on giving.
Though, I have to confess something. After about twenty minutes, I decided I'd rather watch a blurry 2D version of you instead of the head-ache-inducing 3D version. I was the one in the front who threw my glasses at the screen and yelled, "not worth the money." I was the one who left early. I was the one who asked the teenager at the concessions for an Advil.
When I go the movies, I don't want to have to wear glasses. You wear glasses when you want to do something intelligent, like read. If I wanted to read, I wouldn't be at the movies.
"Next Time I'll Pass"