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Disney (and Pixar, in some cases) has opened the vault -- and converted a few titles to the 3D format. We strap on the glasses and take a closer peek.
Toy Story
Toy Story 2
Toy Story 3
Meet the Robinsons
Chicken Little
Bolt
G-Force
  
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Meet the Robinsons

This one isn’t exactly at the top of the “gimme” list, as far as Disney films are concerned. It’s not Pixar and it doesn’t have an attached toy franchise. That’s a shame because it’s actually a good movie. Well, audience perception may change once this 3D version is released. Being that the main character is a kid and an inventor, you can expect plenty of pop-out effects on this one. Much of that excitement happens in the first half of the film. The PB&J accident and science fair are both pretty memorable, for instance. That said, this 3D conversion has its faults. There are a few minor ghosting issues, but that’s what they are—minor. Don’t expect those few incidents to detract from your enjoyment of this new release. It has some excellent depth, gorgeous colors, and an above average DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 track to deliver a punch to Lewis’ experiments, as well as the movie’s perky score.

This 3-disc set includes a 3D Blu-ray, a 2D Blu-ray, and a standard-def DVD for the movie. There’s no Digital Copy and no 3D extras. However, there are plenty of 2D bonus materials, including a commentary, deleted scenes, two games, music videos, and a short titled, “Inventing the Robinsons.”

Blu-ray 3D Release Date: November 8, 2011
Runtime: 95 minutes
Number of Discs: 3

Read more: 7 Must-See Disney Blu-ray 3D Releases