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The Nightmare Before Christmas in 3D
The digital 3-D re-release of Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas.
Starring Danny Elfman, Chris Sarandon, Catherine O'Hara... View more >
Please Note: Reader Reviews are submitted by the readers of The BigScreen Cinema Guide and represent their own personal opinions regarding this movie, and do not represent the views of The BigScreen Cinema Guide, or any of its associated entities.
Oct 22, 2003
"The Nightmare Before Christmas" is a wonder stop-motion animated movie which combind Halloween with Christmas. Tim Burton who is mastermind behind the film did a terrific job. The mosters are scary, PG-rated scary. A wonderful film.
Oct 26, 2003
Sep 20, 2007
"the Nightmare before Christmas" was released in 1993 and I have loved both the movie and the weird world of tim Burton. Last year, it made it way back to theatres in 3-D and since "Monster House" which was also in 3-D, I've been trying to get into the 3-D spirit. with help of Digital 3-D I've been able to enjoy the 3-D experience ever more. It's a weird story which combined both Halloween and Christmas. It has great songs and great amination from Tim Burton. those sand snakes that one kid got came from the 1988 tim burton movie "Beetlejuice." Like I said before, the movie was released last October and it will be release again this year. I hope they release it every year.
Oct 6, 2007
Oct 26, 2007
To start, this is by far my favorite animated movie, and one of my favorite movies of all. Maybe I have been spoiled by Disney's 4D features at WDW, but I did not find this movie to be 3D impressive. There were more instances in the previews before the movie where things "flew" out at you. I kept waiting for this to happen, during the first sequence with the ghosts flying around, the monster under the bed, the vampire lair. Later with the wicked toys and oogie boogie's lair. Nothing. And the 3D glasses do not fit children ages 3-6, so they gave us rubberbands to secure them. You can imagine how well that worked. So the kids didn't even wear the glasses- not that they made much different anyway. I will wait until WDW makes this a 4d feature, otherwise, stick to the classic DVD in original format.
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