Written January 24, 2013
Same old movie but in 3D it was fun. If you've seen it a few times (like I had) I probaly would have rather gone to something new....but my 10 yr old won her choice. :)
Written December 28, 2012
I've seen many times, but took my 6 yr old to see for the first time and she loved it. I've really enjoyed re-watching older movies in the new 3D option!!!
Written December 31, 2012
We went to see this yesterday and thoroughly enjoyed it with our 4 year old grandson. He likes "spooky" things so the monsters yelling didn't startle him but this might not work for children who have a fear of that type of thing. The 3D added to the experience as the characters seemed to be right in front of us. This movie does not have a lot of "special effects" that you would normally see in a 3D film but it was worth seeing especially if your little one was too young for the first release. I think it's best for kids age 4 and up as long as they can handle "scary" looking characters that yell and they have an understanding that the monsters aren't real.
Written December 30, 2012
This movie is awesome regardless and we have seen it millions of times. Decided to take the kids on holiday break to see it in 3 D. The 3D was not that impressive. Nothing really different so it was not worth the extra bucks. Fun movie though.
Written January 14, 2013
I don't believe I saw it when it first came out--and certainly my daughter didn't see it then. It was the first DVD she ever got...back when she was 2 or 3 years old. It was great to catch it on the big screen--and the 3-D experience only enhanced the show. If you can get to a theater before it's gone, make it happen!!!