I think movie studios are producing everything in 3D right now because they're beginning to realize we no longer want to pay $50+ dollars to sit in an uncomfortable seat and listen to the pig next to us crunch their popcorn if we can get the same movie from Redbox or Netflix in a couple of months at a minimal cost with no annoying strangers to view it with.
So by making movies 3D, they're trying to throw in some added value or an actual reason you should really see it on the big screen. Then they charge you extra because of the 3D glasses and then they have the nerve to ask for the glasses back.
I really, really, really want to see Inglorious Basterds (or however the hell it's incorrectly spelled) in a theater but it just seems insane to pay so much when I know I'm going to want to beat a stranger over the head with their cell phone before it's over. I get irritable. The movie is not 3D or anything, so the only benefit to seeing it at the theater is the drama of the oversized screen and the sound system, I guess.
I'll probably just wait until it comes out on DVD and sit closer to my own television with the volume up loud.