Written August 20, 2014
I highly recommend the 3D in this film. The effects were great. Sometimes the camera pulls back and gives you a view that the giants are supposed to be seeing, this looks like a slightly reduced version of the normal characters in higher than normal resolution.
This film is okay for most ages, but some scenes may be too gross or violent for younger children, so parents should BELIEVE the PG-13 rating and keep children under 13 from seeing the film unless they're extra mature for their age!
One of the most interesting parts of the film is the story. It's not your childhood story of Jack and the Beanstalk, but it's close enough that it's recognizable, with some gender changes here and there, and a little background of Jack as a young child. Also, instead of one giant it's a whole race of nasty big guys. REALLY NASTY!
Written March 02, 2013
This movie in Imax and any other format is a charming production of the old fairy tale. I saw it in IMax and as always, Imax is an awesome format. However, the movie would have been good in any format. Take the kids. It was a great rendition of the old tale and it may inspire clever children to ignor roadblocks and depend more on their insight and cleverness like the farm boy Jack.
Written March 24, 2013
It was visually stimulating and the movie moves along well.
My son enjoyed it and would like to have it on DVD. I would
recommend it in 3D. The giants were great also.
Written March 04, 2013
It as really good! Lots of action and fantastic special effects. We saw it in 3D but there were only a few instances where that really made a difference and that part is really subjective. Other than that, this movie is definitely a must see and I hope they come out with a part 2!
Written March 06, 2013
Yeah wrong title but hey he had to be to escape those Giants. Great story about the old tale Jack & The Beanstalk. Good for younger teenagers not so much for the kids. Great movie for a date with some nice effects especially in 3D. I say go.