A Blog to rate and promote the 3D quality in natively shot Stereoscopic Movies
I saw the conversion a couple of weeks ago and it really raises the bar, not only for post conversions but also for native 3D films. I was very impressed by how the extra depth pulled you into a film that I initially (on its 2D release) thought was lacking something. I know I'll get lynched for this, but I thought it was - at times - Avatar beating.
It looks like all the time and money that James Cameron spent on this conversion paid off then. I haven't seen it yet but will, no doubt, once it's released on 3D Blu-ray. It will be interesting to see more classics get the conversion treatment...next year Jurassic Park.