I guess they do since they had a rack of them outside near some other screening spraying them down and wiping them off. I tried watching without them at first, but of course the picture quality was shit so I had to put them on. Can't say I cared for it since it's still unsanitary but I endured. I haven't gone to any other 3D viewings since then and don't really plan to. Regular tickets alone have already gone up in price and I don't see the need to waste any more of it than I have to on 3D.Waverer wrote:Volodislavu wrote:Plus, it's kind of annoying how the time I did watch Toy Story 3 in 3D, they had cleaned the glasses after a previous audience had already used them and my pair was still wet.
They make you guys re-use 3D glasses? I've never been to a theater that did that. Frankly I wouldn't want a used pair, even if they do clean them.