Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas 3-D User Reviews

Current Rating: 2.97

Current Rating: 2.97

based on 731 votes and 18 reviews

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  • I Heart Jack The Pumpkin King!!!!
  • Thank the Lord for Tim Burton. An adorable story, amazing music, gorgeous use of stop-motion animation, and just a good movie. This one always make me feel all warm and fuzzy inside~.
  • this isnt like the normal crappy 3D movies with the crappy 3D glasses that mess up the colours. also, in other 3D movies, the characters go out of their way to make things jump out of the screen (spy kids). this movie is one of my favourites and i think everyone should see it.
  • terrible
  • i love this movie but the 3d in the movie however was not. i was dissapionted with the 3d but i have been waiting to see this movie in theatres since i was 7
  • Absolutely amazing. I will go and watch it again and again and again....
  • Okay putting all love for this movie/tim burton/the characters aside...How is the 3D? I remember the best 3D I ever saw was a t disneyland (the muppets 3D) is it like that? or something stupid like that stupid Kids Superhero movie in 3D? Thanks...
  • This was simply an amazing experence! The best movie of all time is wonderful just by itself. But in digital 3D it's freakin' amazing! If you did not see it yet, see the 2007 realese! BEST MOVIE OF 2006, EVEN THOUH IT'S A RE-RELEASE!
  • JACK SKELLINGTON RULES! i love the orianal as long as they dont change the layout or voices of the movie the movies would be worth seeing!
  • INCREDIBLE!! Jack Skellington in 3D, is simply a MUST SEE!

Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas 3-D

Genre:  Animation, Family, Sci-Fi/Fantasy | Running Time:  76 min.
Release date:  October 19, 2007

Current rating: Rating: 2.97
based on 731 votes and 18 reviews
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Cast: Chris Sarandon, Catherine O'Hara, William Hickey, Glenn Shadix, Paul Reubens, Danny Elfman, Ken Page, Ed Ivory