This is a review of the 3D Blu-Ray.
On even a modest set-up the picture and sound in this version are excellent, as you would expect from a new release of a contemporary film. The quality of animation in DM2 is superb. I did notice significant cross-talk or 'ghosting' in the animation which plays during the 3D disc menu, and also during the opening credits, but it is less noticeable during the actual film (partly because it's nowhere near as pronounced, but partly because your attention is on... well, the film). And really, who sits there watching menus anyway?
As with the first film, the sense of humour permeates all of the additional material, making for a well-presented and entertaining package. Good family fun!