Written March 23, 2017
Right off the back I was annoyed since the promotion which had been at the local AMC website in my area (NYC) had already run out. This was upsetting since the promotion for the Pod Racer 3D glasses had stated it would run the entire weekend with the purchase of each ticket. This turned into a bait/switch in my opinion. Then to watch 1/2 of the movie w/o the glasses made it worst since there was barely any real 3D going on.
Written March 24, 2017
I love all the Star Wars movies, especially on the big screen. We went to a matinee to keep cost down and I am glad. The 3D was OK but not as striking as say, Avatar 3D, which I use as my standard. Still had alot of fun and everybody clapped at the ending.
Written March 25, 2017
Most of the SW Episodes will remain classics in their original state, but i don't believe any were produced with the intent of going 3D. The 3D effects didn't really add that much to the original, though it was still thoroughly enjoyable on Bid D with Sensurround. If the rest are like this, it doubt i'd pay the 14 bucks to go see them again. Blu-Ray on a big flat screen at home might do me and the kids just fine.
Written February 12, 2012
The 3D effect was terrible. So bad that I finally got up, found the manager and asked if there was a problem. Several people left. No need to pay the extra $3 for the glasses....or even put them on. We will not be going to see any of the other releases unless there are major improvements in the 3D effects....otherwise, we can stay home and watch the movie here.
Written August 25, 2016
The 3D was pretty weak given the potential it had to wow the audience (esp. the pod races). The change of Yoda from puppet to 3D was welcomed but I believe this was already done for the blu-ray releases.
Nice to see it again on the big screen though. And if you're a Star Wars fan, might as well go to this one if you plan on getting the next 5 (or the last 3) in the theaters again. Even with so-so 3D.