Thursday October 27, 2011 / 9:15pmThe Nightmare Before Christmas in 3-D With 4-D Sensory Effects
How was your experience?
The movie is a lot of fun in 3D/4D. There's a special excitement in the air because almost everyone there loves the movie and can't wait to see it again on the big screen. The 4D elements were mainly lights flashing around the theater and a few other surprises at the appropriate times. It was a little distracting, but in a good way. The theater itself makes any movie feel like a big production. The only real drawbacks are having to wait in the "General Admission" line until the theater opens up and the lack of leg room when seated.