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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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Chicken Little

Although you may be very familiar with the tale of Chicken Little, this kiddie flick embellishes a bit to make an entire movie. Well, at 81 minutes, it’s almost an entire movie, but it’s just the right length for the kiddies. The 1.78:1 transfer looks absolutely gorgeous, with plenty of furry details and eye-popping colors throughout. Something that’s not so eye-popping, however, is the 3D. Most of the film just doesn’t pack the same punch as other 3D-enhanced Disney flicks. More significant, however, is that it also has ghosting issues throughout (check High-Def Digest if you want a lengthy list of examples). If you already have the 2D version, this probably should be the last one on your list of upgrades. That said, it does offer a fun 2D presentation, with a peppy DTS-HD 5.1 audio track (PCM 5.1 for the 2D) to help deliver Chicken Little’s spazzy message.

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 the only 3D extra is a trailer for Cars 2. The 2D Blu-ray does have a decent number of special features, including filmmaker Q&As;, audio commentary, videos and karaoke, the “Alien Invasion” game, and a making-of short titled, “Hatching Chicken Little.”

Blu-ray 3D Release Date: November 8, 2011
Runtime: 81 minutes
Number of Discs: 3

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