Written September 18, 2012
this is a fantastically entertaining movie, and the production value of the underwater elements is phenomenal, 3D or not.
to me the 3D didn't add so much, and honestly, after about 1/2 hour, it makes my eyes tired.
bringing back popular movies in 3D will generate revenue, just because they're great movies. it's not the 3D that does that.
if you want to see this awesome movie on the big screen with full sound, then go. otherwise, pop in the DVD.
Written September 26, 2016
Not surprisingly, Pixar has been meticulous about the 3D conversion on "Finding Nemo." It is the most convincing use of 3D that I've ever seen - and I'm a 3D junkie. The underwater environment lends itself perfectly to the process.
The film is lovingly crafted, with rich characters and pacing that never misses. But you probably knew that. It is, however, worth seeing again on a big 3D screen for this experience. Now, you don't just care deeply about the characters. You swim with them.
Written May 25, 2017
There are very few movies that I would pay to watch more than once. As an avid scuba diver, the origina Finding Nemo movie really blew me away the first time I saw it with the accurate animation of the different species of fish and sea creatures (not to mention the birds). The 3D effects added to the enjoyment and the movie is so well written that there are parts of the dialog that I missed the first time around.
I remember when I originally saw Finding Nemo, a friend told me to be sure to stay for the all credits at the end. It was almost as entertaining as the movie. They skillfully built on the personalities of the non-human characters. The credits were the only part of Nemo 3D where the content was changed. Don't miss the credits. Once again they have made them funny and entertaining.
Written September 24, 2012
The narration and direction is bit pale.
Nothing "waav!" as 3D movie. Normal movie.
My son didn't like it completely as it was boring after sometime.
Written September 15, 2012
I've seen this movie at least 15 times, but when I watched it in 3-D it was like watching it, but it was filmed in a way that new things seemed to be present. It was awesome.