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!
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 🙂
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.