Well, movies are of course very subjective, but it's certainly NOT the worse movie I've seen in the last 10 years. I like most of Marty's movies, and while I did not think I would even bother with 3d, I got curious since the purchase of my Panasonic VT50, so I bought a Pany 330 3D BlueRay player. I like the 3D in home experience. I found a website that lists if 3D movies were actually shoot properly with 2 cameras, NOT "post" 3D. So according to the list, I purchased, Tron, Avatar, Resident Evil - Afterlife, Transformers: Dark of the Moon, and Hugo. I'll probably buy more, but these multi-disk movies are not cheap, some are single disk, like Avatar, and that was cheaper, been out for awhile. I have not had time to watch Transformers yet, Resident Evil while not a great movie had some good 3D effects, Avatar is awesome as the 3D works for it's "other world", but so far as 3D effects go, "in front" of screen, the falling snow flakes at the beginning of Hugo, are the best 3D effects I've seen so far, they appear to be floating in front of your face.
Again, I won't get into plots or story, as movies are personal, but since I just got started with home 3D, I'm more interested in looking at how well the 3D effect are presented. While some will argue, that story wise, 3D is at times more effective if it's "behind the screen", and subtle , and story wise that may well be justified, but tech wise I want to be wooed by 3D objects coming into my living room, I have plenty of "good" non-3D movies on BlueRay, and most of the 3D movie packages include, a BlueRay and DVD version of the disks as well. I doubt I'll get too crazy buying lots of 3D movies, but will certainly seek out the ones that have a decent story, and are shot properly with good 3D effects. Enjoy!
BTW: This is the website I referred to: http://realorfake3d.com/