Just watched an ad for a "3D white" toothpaste! Seriously? I'm almost surprised that when the buzzwords were "compatible" or "multimedia" they didn't make, say, "compatible spaghetti" or "multimedial hamburger". What has this to do with movies? Watching that ad I got angrier against the latest abomination: The Smurfs 3D. I'm not against computer graphics, I love original one, and in many sci-fi and fantasy movies it just rocks, but what was born as comics and cartoons must stay that way, computer graphics versions are always, at best just more or less worse than the originals, at worst pure unadulterated shit, like that computer graphics Garfield crap!!! And like this new Smurfs crap, I never was a big Smurfs fan, but compared to what I saw in the trailers, the original cartoons look to me like masterpieces. The worst offenders in cartoons turned into CG are the eyes, CG is good to make evil and/or not antropomorphic eyes (Sauron, just to make an example), just not good enough yet, but not terrible, for realistic human eyes (Final Fantasy movie) and utter crap for "cartoony" eyes, they look like dull, bloated and uncannily bulging billiard balls, and the attempt made for Papa Smurf and Smurfette to make their eyes look less spherical, working on eyelids and irides, produced an awful result, not smurf-like, languid and even duller than the old dreaded "billiard balls".