The Hobbit was amazing at 48fps, I saw it in both 2d and 3d, and any movie that is still shown in 3D should be shot and shown in 48fps. Any movement if the camera was still crisp, it didn't look like a movie, it looked like you were watching something happen through a window, or you were watching it acted out on a stage. It wouldn't work for all movies, but I would prefer it for any movie that has action or wide sweeping vistas and out door scenes. 24fps and "the movie feel" is an anachronism. Then again, this is modern Hollywood we are talking about, they clearly need every crutch they can get.