Written February 01, 2015
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 July 06, 2015
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 December 27, 2014
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 May 04, 2016
Nothing special seeing in 3d. Movie was never meant to show in 3D. Another way for the Lucas family to make a fortune. Don't waste you time, go ba.ck and watch back home within your movie collection. Worst movie of the saga
Written May 03, 2016
Down to the nitty gritty. Is the 3-D worth paying $8-$11 bucks to go see? No, not really. The 3-D was done well, in that the picture quality didn't suffer at all. But instead of popping off the screen, it sank into it, giving it a new field of depth which was nice at times, but at other times made me continuously aware of the dimensions of the screen. Nothing ever really came out at you. The best scene, for me, was the ending space battle that looked beautiful in 3-D. But otherwise- I felt like I spent $8 to see a movie I already own on Blu-ray and DVD.