While the movies do show a little wear around the edges, for the most part they have aged well. The
3D experience gave an opportunity to relive these classics with greater realism and texture. Obviously, there were not really any shots in the originals which were 'planned' for 3D effects (as is typically the case when a film is released in 3D in the first place), but there were nice little touches here and there and it still was like looking into a window on the action. Thanks to the relatively short play length of both features, it was not a grueling experience to sit through both. Those who do not consider themselves fans of the original releases are unlikely to find much more to appreciate in the 3D re-release, but those who love them will love them still. The movies looked good. They serve well to get audiences excited about what can be done with Toy Story 3. Biggest quibble: why make me pay for glasses if I can't bring them back and avoid paying for them again nex time?????
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