I'd just like to point out some uncommon knowledge to those interested in frame rates and movies and what not.
When you work with Prosumer cameras, there are shutters speeds much like in still cameras, and again much like still cameras the higher the shutter speed, the lower the motion blur.
Now when using a video camera correctly to shoot, you want the Shutter speed to be double (or some multiple of double) the frame rate. So when using camera at 24fps you'd only need a shutter speed of 1/48 seconds. So the shutter stays open pretty long getting more information and adding a more natural motion blur.
However with framerates like 60 you have to use a shutter speed of 1/120 seconds, so the shutter is open for a short time, producing a rather unnatural blur free series of frames.
So in conclusion: 24fps is actually more "natural" than 60fps.
Hope this helps!