That View Not Available

 

I recently took my family to see the Disney movie Meet the Robinsons in 3D, yet I couldn’t discern any 3D. Yes, I did have my glasses on, as instructed. I still couldn’t see anything in 3D. What a rip off!

This is a terrible customer experience. I paid extra to see the movie in three dimensions, yet I was only able to view it in two. I want Walt Disney to come to my house and act out the movie for me. I can get my money’s worth and he can fulfill his contractual obligation.

I wonder if I can sue Disney? If you are a lawyer, would you please weigh-in on this?

But seriously: This was my first 3D movie, so I didn’t even realize I had this problem. Now I wish I had never gone! Instead of the comforting allure of knowing I will get around to seeing a 3D movie, I am now confronted with the cold reality of never being able to see a 3D movie. Ever.

How is this even possible? I thought seeing in three dimensions was the default view!

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2 thoughts on “That View Not Available

  1. arkaytee says:

    Hehehe. What did you think about the story? It looks really cute, although based on your entry here, I’ll skip the whole 3D showing 🙂

  2. Tim Elhajj says:

    Everyone else in my party was oohhhing and ahhhing at the 3D, so I suspect it was just me. I have a lazy eye, so that may make it difficult to see the effect. If you do go see it in 3D, I’d love to know what you think.

    It’s a fine movie. The kids and Holly enjoyed it. (They even saw it twice–once in plain, once in 3D).

    I enjoyed the story, although it got a little freaky toward the middle. Somehow they manage to pull all the different story threads together in the end, with a satisfying resolution. To be honest, I can’t even remember the plot anymore, but I wasn’t upset about the story.

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