Biggest 3-D Blunders (8 movies items)
On some television sets, you can press a 3-D conversion button, and the television will haphazardly convert anything you want into 3-D. It's not as good as the real thing, but it's a fun novelty. I, Robot in 3-D is basically that random novelty. Instead of a meticulous conversion, three or four technicians spent a few months putting the movie through an automated conversion machine. No time was spent rotoscoping, or negotiating depth... it was automatic. Bollocks.
3-D Rating: 3/10"