Written March 10, 2013
We simply LOVED the movie enough to see it in 3D. (We have the movie at home.)
The only thing that I could complain about was the fact that it didn't appear to be true 3D. But it wasn't made in 3D!
Nothing popped out, it was just Monsters with sunglasses to me. But the kids didn't notice..that's all that mattered.
Written May 25, 2015
I love this movie! Now in 3d, the movie looks clearer and the cartoons pop. I would recommend this for the young to the old.
Athena from Puyallup, Wa
Written December 26, 2012
I seen this movie when it first came out 10 years ago, and my daughter was only 4 yrs old at the time. This year I ended up taking not only my 14 yr old but the generation of kids to the theater, and they all loved it. The 3D version gives it a much better viewing experience.
Written May 22, 2015
We took our girls (6 and 3) yesterday. I had forgotten how much I loved this movie, and the 3D was nice but not sure I would have paid the extra money if seeing it 2D would have been an option. The 6 year old had to be convinced to stay at times (scares easliy) but we could not have pulled the 3 year old away! Come to think of it, she reminds me a lot of Boo....
Written July 02, 2015
Took the kids this weekend (there are NO new kids movies out- what the heck??). They complained before we got there because they had seen this movie so many times before, but as soon as the previews started, they were hooked. My 9yo, who had complained the loudest, just howled with laughter. Although the 3-D was fine, I'm not sure it added that much aside from the big chase scene on the doors. This is one of my favorite Pixar movies- funny for both kids and adults, but without the annoying and quickly outdated cultural reference humor so many lesser films seem to rely on. Definitely a classic. "Twins! In a bunk bed!!" Ha!! NEVER not funny. Enjoy! (And be sure to stay for the credits or you'll miss the HYSTERICAL fake outtakes!)