The movie was, for the most part, a well-done schlocky cheesy B movie that occasionally remembered that it was supposed to be in 3D and would randomly throw things directly at the camera. Its main fault was that it was too. damn. long. 2 hours and 13 minutes and I spent the last 25 or so minutes wondering if it was over yet. Also, you could tell when the CGI budget started to run out so the special effects got cheesier and cheesier.
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