Written July 29, 2016
I suspect it was a good movie. I opened my package of 3D glasses in the dark and put them on. I didn't like the way the glasses FIT or made the movie dark. After the movie I found out I had a child's pair of glasses. Stupid me! But the theatre should know better. My companion we found out after the show had adult glasses. BOOOOO! on the theatre, they ruined a good movie. Make sure you have adult 3D glasses.
Written July 30, 2016
It had been a long time since I'd seen this movie (on VHS no less). I thought the big screen experience in 3D might make a difference.
As for the "3D", it's a mess. There's only so much you can do when the material wasn't shot for 3D, but the converting here looks like it was done during an all-nighter. Blurring everywhere and minimal added dimension. Definitely not worth the trade off of darker, grainier colors through the glasses.
The movie itself is a testament to bad movie making. The acting and script are worse than you remember. There is more Jar Jar Binks than you remember. At least the sound is good.
Simply put, George Lucas has once again opened his valve of swill, and once again, legion fanboys are willing to lap it up and call it genius. I read one review on here praising the 3D conversion as "OMG". Meanwhile Lucas is laughing all the way to the bank with the extra $5 you and that rose colored reviewer paid to see this atrocious stink pile in alleged 3D.
Written October 01, 2016
I saw the movie ayes ago but my small boys didnt . . . They loved it and it gave them ideas so when they use there Star Wars game in there Xbox 360 . . . the real game begins. Thanks!!!
Written August 30, 2016
Okay, I am a Star Wars fan, but I feel that if George Lucas will be converting them into 3D then he needs to go IMAX 3D, it would have been crisper. The picture quality was not that sharp in Real 3D. There were quite a few blurrly spots. The movie itself was great always.
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.