This review is specifically about the 3D version of this movie. Unfortunately Amazon doesn't seem to differentiate, and just puts all the reviews together in one big jumble. That's too bad, because I actually like the movie.
The problem is that although I love 3D, it wasn't done right for this DVD. There are bits where the 3D looks pretty good. If you're not discerning about 3D you might be satisfied. The problem happens when things are in motion. The motion looks unnatural. The more motion there is, the worse it looks. There's kind of a flickery strobe effect... very distracting. I think it has to do with aliasing, but I don't know much about that technical stuff. It's not my job to know. It's the job of the people making the DVD to get it right.
Btw, there is nothing wrong with my equipment. I played the 3D version (it looked bad, as I've described), I played the 2D version (it looked fine), and I played some other 3D movies I have (and they looked fine too). Originally I gave the DVD only one star, but I watched it again and bumped it up to three stars. The 3D is watchable, and sometimes looks really good, but what I've described is real problem. If you see it in 3D for a good price go ahead and get it, I guess, if you want to satisfy your curiosity.