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It was interesting in 3D and it brings back new memories and the #D enhances the experience and completely puts you in the world.
Dec 29 - 05:20 PM
Why do they keep making movies into 3D?! It hardly makes any differance!I was going to see it, but then I just stayed home and put the non-3D one on. My friend took her little sister and her friends to see it, they said they should have just rented the non-3D version. Its just the same!
Dec 27 - 06:35 PM
The re-releases are actually starting to die down now, Little Mermaid 3D got canceled, Episodes II and III are on hold, Independence Day got canned, etc...
Feb 2 - 06:59 PM
I don't plan on seeing this re-release (my family has the DVD and I already saw it on the big screen 11 years ago), and was annoyed when it booted both "Rise of the Guardians" and "Wreck-It Ralph" out of our local theater, when those aren't even out on video yet like Monsters is. But on the other hand, there are probably thousands, maybe millions of kids who were barely even born when this came out the first time, so I shouldn't complain about a new generation getting the opportunity to see that awesome door vault chase on the big screen for the first time (it blew me away as a kid). Not to mention it's overall better than either "Ralph" or "Guardians" (which were both great films anyways).
Dec 22 - 03:41 PM
Dec 22 - 12:39 AM
Friend of mine took three kids to see Finding Nemo 3D and it cost her $72. Rip off.
Dec 17 - 08:52 PM
Dec 17 - 04:08 PM
And testing the water for Monsters University!
Mar 25 - 11:53 AM
I do think it's a little ridiculous for 2 Pixar re-relases so close together (Nemo was only in September). They should've pushed this back to 2013 if anything
Dec 7 - 02:18 PM