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 February 14, 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.
Written July 24, 2016
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 August 27, 2016
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 June 27, 2016
If you have children that have not seen this on the big screen, it is worth it. The 3D effects were OK, but not worth a 3D ticket price. A good palydate movie, but not a must see.