The original post titled "Hobbit Film Underwhelms at 48 frames per second" continues to say:
"Warner Bros. aired ten minutes of footage from The Hobbit at CinemaCon, and reactions have been mixed. The problem? Peter Jackson is filming the movie at 48 frames per second, twice the industry standard 24 frames per second, lending the film a '70s era BBC-video look..."
To which an Anonymous Coward responds:
"Could you show me what this "70s era BBC-video look" is. Despite having seen lots of 70s era BBC-video, I'm unable to understand what you're talking about based on the description."
A cultural reference nobody gets, LOL. * slaps knee