Written September 17, 2012
Finding Nemo is a modern day classic. If you feel like going to the movies to spend 40 dollars on tickets, another 30 on consessions to see the same movie you saw when it was first released, go ahead. I had high hopes for this movie in 3D. However, despite wearing the irritating glasses for 1 hour and 40 min, it seemed no different than before. Waste of money on a great movie that should have been left alone.
Written September 18, 2012
Loved it. Great father and daughter moive. 3D is incredible. Dolby 7.1 sounds awsome
I felt like we were in the movie. Can't wait to see the next Disney & Pixar 3D movie.
Written September 22, 2012
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 September 20, 2012
It was so nice to see it again on the big screen. The 3D was really well done. This movie can be enjoyed by children and adults alike.
Written November 30, 2014
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!