Phish 3D: Review – Great Band, Horrid 3D Movie [TheWrap]
At best, the cheesy, timed-with-the-music cuts start to jangle your nerves. At worst, you start to get a near-audible “thunk” in the back of your eyeballs with every jump.
And then you tear off your glasses and exit the theater, wishing you could punch Wilson in the eye.
Oh, Wilson. Even in 2D, this edit would’ve been annoying – you can never once explore the oversized scene; or focus on what one musician is doing during an intricate passage; or scan for faces in the crowd you may know. Maybe even yours.