Written September 16, 2012
I am not a 3D fan, but I couldn't resist getting to see one of my all time favorite movies on the big screen again. The first plus was the provision of little kids sized orange glasses for the little ones, as my daughter can't wear the big heavy black ones for long. The 3D effects aren't over the top, so it doesn't overshadow the movie, and only enhances the gorgeous animation of this classic film.
Written August 29, 2014
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.
Written September 18, 2012
I was SO EXCITED to see Nemo in 3D and then when I saw it, it was pretty anti-climatic. I thought the 3D would have been a lot better. I am not sure if it is because it was not made in 3D but recreated in 3D or what but my whole family (2 girls 5 and 8 years old) were pretty disappointed when we left. For the price of 3D it wasn't worth it.
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 October 25, 2014
Movie was great (once again) but the 3D experience does not really add value. Would have rather spent the 70$ (we're family of five) on a nice dinner. I will not be following the Disney cults into theaters for any upcoming 3D re-releases. Ok, maybe CARS, but that's it! :)