Written December 07, 2016
3d Nemo was terrific! Be sure to ASK FOR GLASSES at this theater as it was missed at the box office AND at the ticket station, they were not prepared and had no glasses. They acted like they didn't know (but of course they did).
Odd for a theater of this size with imax offering wouldn't remember to have the GLASSES available without being asked. Management issue in my view.
I had to wait for them to dig out glasses. Attended the 12:45 first matinee on Sunday.
Written September 24, 2012
Ok to be fair, I’ve probably seen this movies 100+ times with my three year old boy. We just wanted for him to see it in 3D. I think the Toy Story short movie was worth the ticket price by itself, as previously mentioned. That being said, I think they did a good job of not overdoing the 3D and using it where it made sense. My son enjoyed it, and so did we. However, there were people in the crowd that had never seen the movie; they were completely blown away by the experience. I am sure they will give it a “Must GO!”
Written May 27, 2016
Finding Nemo in 3D was great family fun, just wish I could go without having to see the previews, someone may consider them ok for all audiences, but I don't for my children.
Written September 16, 2012
Still one of my favorite movies of all time. The intial scenes prior to Nemo starting school are beautiful. You feel like you are actually there. The fish tank looks so real you can almost here the bubbles. All time favorite. BTW I'm 53 and went with my 21 year old daughter for my birthday.
Written October 23, 2016
I remember this movie from when it first came out. This time I took my 3 year old daughter with me. She loved it! I was worried that the glasses would make it hard for her to watch, but there was no problem. She sat through the whole movie and only got up one time to use the restroom. If you liked the move the first time, then its great in 3D.