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Nemo 3D Review. Was It Better In 3D?

Nemo 3D Review
By: MattInRC

A Pixar classic returns in a 3D that's finally watchable.

Most movies that have sought an audience in 3D have simply frustrated those of us who wished for something better. Marred by stuttering pans or too many in-your-face-for-shock-value effects, 3D has been relegated to the realm of 'don't call us, we'll call you' when it came time to shell out the extra cash. With the re-release of Pixar's Finding Nemo in 3D, audiences finally have a reason to celebrate.

While there's no new footage in the re-release, audiences should still re-discover the adventures of Marlin, Nemo, Dory, and the fish tank captives as they come alive in 3D. The ocean floor never looked so beautiful, Bruce's shark teeth never so fearsome, and Nigel's feathers never as realistic as displayed here. In many ways, the Disney-Pixar partnership might have found the right recipe for creating believable 3D that heretofore has eluded the industry.

Throw in a very funny 2D Toy Story short called Partysaurus Rex, about a bathtub party gone horribly wrong, and you have a great family night out to relive a great classic in the now-very cool 3D. Both Partysaurus Rex and Finding Nemo are rated G, and come highly recommended.

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