I have to admit the DVD representation of movies look ten times better than what I see on an actual theater screen these days, 3D not withstanding. I have never had ANY desire to partake in a 3D experience, and after reading this I will continue to feel that way. Sound off, if you like. The dying of the light By Roger Ebert on May 24, 2011 9:46 PM SUNTIMES.COM: Do you remember what a movie should look like? Do you notice when one doesn't look right? Do you feel the vague sense that something is missing? I do. I know in my bones how a movie should look. I have been trained by the best projection in the world, at film festivals and in expert screening rooms. When I see a film that looks wrong, I want to get up and complain to the manager and ask that the projectionist be informed. But these days the projectionist is tending a dozen digital projectors, and I will be told, "That's how it's supposed to look. It came that way from the studio."