Finding Nemo 3D Trailer

The Lion King 3D was a big success, Beauty & The Beast 3D is expected to draw in similar sized crowds, and now it’s time to see the first Pixar film to get the 3D conversion treatment. One of the remarkable things about Finding Nemo is how they brought depth to a film that took place mostly in the ocean. Just look at the background above. That should convert beautifully to 3D.

The trailer for Finding Nemo 3D sure features a lot of the scenes where I’m sure 3D will be a great addition. I don’t know about you, but I didn’t fall in love with the movie for the special effects. It was the story and the characters that drew me to the film. Will 3D improve that? It might. With so much of the movie taking place undersea, the 3D might make you feel even more enveloped by the story, like you’re right there on the adventure.

That’s why this is one I’ll probably go see. What about you?

8 thoughts on “Finding Nemo 3D Trailer”

  1. I’ll see it, but it isn’t the first Pixar film to get the 3D treatment, Toy Story was. The nice thing about the Pixar films is that they have all the original renderings and just set it to “reshoot” at a slightly different angle so that the movies are made in true 3D as opposed to just being converted from two dimensions. This should be great!

  2. For the record, nemo is NOT the first Pixar film to go 3-d. Toy story 1 & 2 were first. Nemo is the third.

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  5. Like millions of others, I don’t really see in 3-D, as I have more or less monocular vision. As I said, it’s common – Johnny Depp joked that he couldn’t really appreciate Pirates in 3-D for the same reason for example. To me 3-D transfers just force me to put on glasses that make the film very dark (try lifting the glasses next time and look how much better the image is – except you can’t stand the double image).

    My kids refuse to see any film in 3-D, they hate the glasses. We’ve been dying to see Hugo, but I know they won’t put up with a 3-D showing, so we may have to wait for DVD. I wish this fad would go away. Besides, your eyes aren’t very far apart, even for normal people the true sense of distance pretty well is gone after a distance of 10 feet or so. Filmmakers ignore this and build greatly exaggerated depth in an unnatural and gimmicky way I cannot stand. This is true even of the filmmakers who brag that they hate such tricks and would never do it (looking at you Cameron).

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