In the last 2 years it's been made perfectly clear that a 3rd 'D' to a classic film (animated or otherwise) equals dollars for whatever distributor that's willing to front the cash. And although in the age before home entertainment Walt Disney developed the prototype for re-releasing his classic films every 7 years to maintain old and cultivate new audiences, you have to ask - is it worth revisiting on the big screen? Instead of re-reviewing this Pixar classic in the traditional sense - I'm going to state a case for whether the 3D warrants a trip back to the cinema.
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