Originally Posted by Doug Schiller
I think it is really good 3D-wise.
High production values but I'm not sure how much you can watch the film.
It does a neat trick (that they did in the theaters as well) were the 3D effects extend outside the frame into the black bars.
That's about as close as actual 3D will match the print/media advertising of 3D with things "flying out of the screen". Of course the effect is really just "out of the frame" but still effective. Nothing can appear to go outside the edges of the physical screen like the print/media advertising is always pushing (they never protray in-to-the-screen 3D) like most 3D actually is. (I know, I know).
Being a computer graphics geek, I've always collected cg animated movies since Toy Story. G-Force, Meet the Robinsons, Chicken Little, Bolt, etc. were all recently re-released in 3D around the same time and they all look great on Blu-ray. Most, if not all of them were available first for 3D streaming on Vudu and Sony's Video Unlimited (was called Qriocity earlier) before being released in 3D on Blu-ray.