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If you are a veteran Disney/Pixar-watcher, you will probably see a lot of the ending coming about thirty minutes in, but I consider it a testament to how good the Disney/Pixar filmmakers are that it was still an extremely enjoyable movie. We took IJ to see it in 3D, and they have sure come a long way with 3D glasses. No more red plastic/blue plastic lenses in a cardboard frame...these were actual sunglasses-style-3D glasses. They showed a fifty-year old Chip & Dale cartoon that was originally created in 3D as a little pre-feature, which was pretty amazing in just how old it is. After about fifteen minutes we kind of stopped noticing the 3D-ish-ness, so I think the 3D-version is just a tease to get you to want to see "The Nightmare Before Christmas" in 3D when it is re-released in October.

Thumbs up, as usual for a Disney/Pixar-film.



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Not to get too technical or nitpicky, but this was in no way, shape, or form related to Pixar. Disney had their own in-house CG factory set up when Pixar was still considering their options.

On topic however, I thought this was a very good movie although I didn't fall for the scam of paying a few more bucks for the 3-D glasses. It was just fine in regular vision.



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    Originally posted by HrdCoreJoe
    Not to get too technical or nitpicky, but this was in no way, shape, or form related to Pixar. Disney had their own in-house CG factory set up when Pixar was still considering their options.


I know they aren't "together" anymore, but I was calling it "Dismey/Pixar" based on the fact the John Lasseter was an executive producer. It certainly had all of the calling cards of a Pixar feature.


    On topic however, I thought this was a very good movie although I didn't fall for the scam of paying a few more bucks for the 3-D glasses. It was just fine in regular vision.


We paid extra for that? I wondered why it was $9.50 for a matinee. The Fandango machine gave us no insight.



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