• Studio: IMAX
  • Release Date: Oct 6, 2000

Mixed or average reviews - based on 13 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 6 out of 13
  2. Negative: 0 out of 13

Critic Reviews

  1. 75
    The point is to show us what can be done with recycled traditional animation in the IMAX 3-D process, and the demonstration is impressive.
  2. Miami Herald
    Reviewed by: Howard Cohen
    So impressive you welcome each and every one for the film's 48 minute duration.
  3. Will delight video game fans in search of over-scaled eye candy.
  4. San Francisco Examiner
    Reviewed by: Walter Addiego
    Some delightful surprises, but the sort of heavy-metal, high-definition sci-fi look that dominates the proceedings, plus the relentless pace and endless morphing, are somewhat tiring.
  5. Chicago Tribune
    Reviewed by: Robert K. Elder
    Effectively a demo. It doesn't give you the whole picture, but it lets you know what's possible. It's hard not to wish the ride could have lasted longer.
  6. Philadelphia Inquirer
    Reviewed by: Desmond Ryan
    More about future potential than present achievement.
  7. 60
    Until the IMAX 3-D format is used to produce effects that are not trivial, it will never be anything more than what it is right now: a grandiose amusement park attraction.
  8. All the segments are technically polished, but none offers much substance.
  9. This novelty film is little more than a strung-together product reel of animation pieces put to the 3-D and IMAX test.
  10. Crippled by lame storytelling.
  11. Unabashed, and often quite diverting, technological overkill.
  12. 50
    A techno-happy bumrush screaming the joy of never thinking twice about repeating things ad nauseam, and as loud as possible.

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