People at an advanced screening of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey complained of dizziness, nausea and motion sickness before throwing up all over the theater. The reason is that the movie is filmed at a 240 frame rate per second, almost twice the frame rate of other movies. This results in jerky movements, fast motion, and everything appearing to be moving at a fast-forward speed. Combined with 3D effects, it creates vomit-inducing results. A very unexpected journey indeed.
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