Ready, Set. Action!

So, last week I watched the new "Tron" trailer. My sound wasn't working on my computer, but it looked totally lame. Yesterday, my niece and I went to see "The Last Airbender" which was lamer.

Both suffer from the stupidest of new movie conventions: when the action is getting really good, they insist switching to slow-motion. Gee. Gosh. Exciting. In what world is slowing down the action to a crawl entertaining? "Airbender" did it so often the entire movie dragged (not to mention that the picture was terribly blurred through most of the film (we saw the 2D)). We'll have to see with "Tron", but here's hoping the final cut cuts the stupid slo-mo.