By Eric Eisenberg
Nowadays it’s pretty hard to find a mainstream feature-length animated film that isn’t released in 3D. This year has already seen the release of movies like Epic, The Croods and Monsters University and each one of them was put out in both 2D and 3D – albeit with varying degrees of success. So now the question is, where will the next one land on the scale?
During this weekend’s July 4th holiday the big 3D release is Cinco Paul and Ken Daurio’s Despicable Me 2. The first movie came out in the headwear-required format when it was released back in 2010, but is its sequel worth paying a few extra dollars to see with an added dimension? Read on to find out!
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