Out of pure chance my wife and I ended up watching this adaptation of Jules Verne’s classic fantasy novel. Unknown to use it also uses 3D technology to enhance the movie experience.
Though it takes a bit of eye adjusting the 3D effect was very cool and even made me jump in my seat a number of times, which I must admit I enjoyed 😛 I was sceptical that the “3D” was really going to work and it would be like the old days of red/green paper glasses that didn’t reeeally work terribly well. But alas, they worked straight away – was suitably impressed.
The movie does explot the 3D element and I’m sure would loose much of it’s appeal without it, but the movie was designed for this so don’t watch without it or you’re being silly 😀
The story was short and sweet and really was a nice light hearted with thrills and corny adventure – which I throughly enjoyed.
For those of you that like this kind of story from time to time I recommend that you go and watch – but remember, it’s all or nothing so be prepared to look goofy in those spectacles 😉