3D movies have always been hit and miss, as there are movies that simply don’t lend themselves well to the 3rd dimension even if the movie was shot in 3D from the start (instead of being turned into one during post.) This is where CG movies usually excel at, because not only are they easier to convert into proper 3D, the added depth actually helps improve the experience. Now, Pixar is going to give one of their classic films the 3D treatment, with the upcoming 3D re-release of Finding Nemo.
Finding Nemo 3D will revisit the story of the clownfish Marlin, as he braves the open sea looking for his lost son Nemo, with the help of a fish named Dory. Marlin and Dory’s quest will take them from the deepest parts of the other side of the world, and they will meet a host of characters both friendly and fish-hungry. Finding Nemo 3D will be showing in major theatres on September 14, 2012.