For the first 45 seconds or so the 3D is a little subtle but then a branch suddenly appears in the foreground and from that point on it is a real visual treat.
At 37 minutes long and with some of the best 3D effects out there (yet without eyestrain) this would make a great one to show people as an introduction to 3D TV. If you don't already own a genuine 3D title, or an IMAX title, this should be at the top of your list!
6 of 8 found this helpful
Aug 06, 2006
OK movie but FAKE 3D, worst 3D conversion I've seen!
This movie was made in 1994 and coverted to "3d" in 2004. Calling this movie and other 3d conversions "3D" without mentioning that they are not real 3D but poorly done conversions is an act of fraud!
Actually just mentioning that they are 3d conversions would be enough, "poorly done" is redundant. Experienced 3D movie viewers will instantly recognize this as a bad conversion, those who aren't will see this movie and wonder what is supposed to be so special about 3D. If this is their first experience with "3d", it may very well be their last!
As for the movie itself, the 2D verison isn't bad, actually quite typical of low budget 90s era films. The cover has nothing whatsoever to do with the plot, those kids aren't even in the movie!
synopsis: If you want to see an ok low budget film with a several cute kids, watch the 2D version, but If you expect the "3d" version to be 3D, you'll be really disappointed!
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