Finding Nemo 3-D, and Why 3-D Filmmaking Is Not the Future

by Peter D. Marshall

by Kareem Tabsch.

Coming to your local megaplex this weekend is the Pixar masterpiece Finding Nemo, the delightful story of a father and son clownfish who become separated in the Great Barrier Reef. The movie, originally released in 2003, was a gigantic hit, and remains the best selling DVD of all time.

So why a recent film like this find its way back into wide release at the movie theater? The answer, of course, is 3-D.

Read the rest of this article from Miami New Times.

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