Saw the 3D version in theaters yesterday. Wasn't impressed, but there have been many times where I was unimpressed with a theatrical 3D film only to find it extremely impressive watching it at home. However, in this case, there were several instances where I noticed either some decent pop-out or depth, but there were exponentially more shots that seemed to be well set-up for 3D but didn't appear to take advantage of it at all. So, that kind of makes me think the 3D setup in the theater was actually pretty good, and it was just the movie itself that wasn't. Sadly and strangely, depth seemed to be the number one missed opportunity. There was only one time where I ever actually noticed any significant depth and that was the eye-pokey-full-house scene where there's a door opened in the background. The times where any 3D effect became most obvious were explosions and shots with either smoke or objects like broken glass flying around. The T1000 also got a lot of shape definition. But, there's really nothing more involving with the 3D experience. I never felt more drawn into the film as I typically do with other 3D films.
On the plus side, in terms of image quality, this is a stellar presentation. Picture quality seemed to be just about as good as I've seen this look. Color and resolution issues related to the 3D conversion were extremely minimal. Very, very rarely did I ever see any colors that looked off or jagged lines of resolution. Jurassic Park 3D, this is not. Though, sadly, as rough as Jurassic Park 3D looks, I at least feel like that 3D conversion brought something new and worthwhile to the viewing experience. There's a sense of immersion that JP3D offers that watching it in 2D does not. The T-Rex scene alone is worth the price of admission. Plus, for that one, I felt the same way watching it in theaters (and on IMAX 3D, which I normally despise) as I do watching it at home: it may look ugly, but the 3D viewing experience is definitely worth it.
As far as sound goes, the theater I was in did not have Atmos, so this probably was the same mix we've all heard on it before and there was nothing really worth mentioning there. I wasn't expecting all that much, but I was expecting a tad bit more bass. I watched the blu-ray recently at home and I find it to have a surprisingly good, balanced, and explosive mix. The theater I was in had an extremely capable system. During the trailers I was starting to wonder if there were bass shakers as the bass had a decent amount of tactile impact. Very clean sounding too--none of that typical subwoofer bloat that you typically hear in theaters with the bass cranked up. However, during the movie, bass was almost non-existent. Could've just been that the theater or the area in which I was seated had a null where bass in the mix is most prominent (I'm guessing that's around 30-35hz.)