IMHO, 3D made this movie. The steampunk machinery, the castles, and the scenery were all greatly enhanced by the 3D which extended deep into the backgrounds. Pop outs were few but well timed. Others more qualified than myself may pick it apart, but to me this was a clear case of no 3D equals to a lame movie.
On the down side, the movie was shot in dark settings which may not lend themselves well to a Bluray 3D transfer; that is, if Disney decides to release it in 3D.
Found somebody on a different board who agreed with me. This may be a first.
Member since:Mar 2016
Saw the movie in RealD 3D this evening and the 3D really pops! This movie was made for 3D and there is plenty of strong 3D content. I can't imagine seeing it flat after seeing the 3D version.