Written October 01, 2012
I know lots of people say it wasn't worth watching in 3D because the affects were not good, but they were. I took the glasses off just to see if what they said was true. You could watch it without the glasses, but it added great depth to wear them and I think it was worth it. Not to mention, it was great letting my kids see it in the theater. They were not old enough to see it when it came out, so it was nice. :)
Written December 22, 2014
Great story line, and the animation was so good combine with the 3-D depth of field you forget you are watching a cartoon.. looks real..
We saw Nemo years ago and just had to see it again in 3-D..
Great for the family young and old.. a must see !!
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 May 22, 2015
I took my 5 year old grandson to see this movie, and we were both very disappointed. Although I love the original "Finding Nemo," this copy was awful. The 3D effects in this movie were terrible. I am not sure if it was the theater, the classes, or just a bad copy of the movie. It was blurry throughout, with or without the glasses on. The pelican character was doubled, and the backgrounds were all distorted. What a disappointment!
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.