Written October 07, 2009
I have a 5 and 2 year old. This was their first time seeing this movie. The movie had their attention from the beginning. I loved seeing the movie in 3D. However, the glasses were far too big for my kids, but they enjoyed it all the same. Which makes me feel like the extra money I paid for the glasses wasn't such a waste after all! The intermission was definitely a plus, my kids got a chance to run around and "get their wiggles out" in a seperate area where they weren't in the way. We went to the late showing. I thought they would fall asleep before the first movie even ended, but they were having so much fun, they stayed awake the whole time.
I don't think this movie was too long- like I read in some of the other posts. I like being able to see two movies for the price of one. It brings back a lot of memories with my grandparents and I. I would love to do something like this again. But next time with smaller more comfortable glasses for the kids!
Written October 13, 2009
I couldn't tell you how many times I have seen these movies with my son. But seeing it in 3D was awesome!! At first my four year old was a little freaked out by everything "coming at him" but after I lifted his 3D glasses to show him it was further away then he thought, he really enjoyed it. So glad we went, even though we've seen these quite a few times. : )
Written October 04, 2009
While the theaters were MUCH emptier than I expected, we had a great time taking our 2 1/2 year old to his first movie. One thing DH and I noticed though was that there were parts of the original movies that were changed or omitted. Otherwise, a great time as always when it comes to Disney!
Written October 05, 2009
so much fun. 10 minute intermission gives you an inside look on the toy story movies. worth the money
Written November 07, 2009
Great, funny, the kids loved it.