C'mon, Jet-Poop, get with the program. These days, there are 3D movies, but they aren't done with green and red filters any more.

What you get is a pair of glasses with two pieces of clear polarized plastic, one oriented horizontal, the other vertical. On the screen, there is projected an image polarized horizontally, and one polarized vertically. The polarization in the glasses allows your eyes to see each one separately.

This is how the 3-D movies at many Theme Parks are shown today, as well as IMAX 3-D. Typically, none of these are oscar winners, but I would have liked to see the IMAX 3-D 'under the ocean' film anyway.