I don't, but I'm largely stereo-blind (my eyes both work fine, but they don't cooperate at all), so it's utterly lost on me. When I go to one with my wife, I have to wear the glasses jut to get rid of the blur.
I also tend to think that it's a visual trick that doesn't actually enhance the story telling, and can in fact, distract from it. The water droplet shot from Avatar, for instance, was beautiful, but pointless. Maybe I'm wrong about that and there are good examples (again, I'm physically unable to perceive the depth), but almost always it results in shots done to show off the effect, instead of improve the story telling.
That said, VR Movies where the camera is in the middle of the action, and set pieces can be triggered based on where you're looking are very interesting, even if we're still really early days on both the technology, story telling, and film making techniques necessary to make VR movies really pop.