Best enjoyed on big scree 3D, or at least the big screen. Being Pizar's first attempt to do 3D, the depth they bring to their animation is just about perfect. As to the movie, like most others, suspending disbelief on a flying house with an old man and a kid was initially difficult, but in hindsight, there are many entertaining movies out there that demand, and receive, that from the audience (Cars, Incredibles, Finding Nemo among other gems). Also, the first 15 minutes could move the coldest heart in anyone, and the rest of the movie plays out like a wonderfully entertaining swashbuckler. Here's to hoping it receives its due in the cinemas.
Pros: 3D frame depth, screenplay, direction, voice performances, visuals, wit
Cons: Cinematic hook