I like this film, and having spent lots of money on a 3D TV I have been collecting as much stuff as I can get in 3D. This is not one of the greater ones though. This film has been converted using a new system developed by JVC that allows a computer to do all of the work, instead of a tech person. The process is aparently a heck of alot faster and very much cheaper to do than other 3D conversion processes (Titanic for example) and it does, sadly, show. To start with in a shot when Will smith is laying down and we see his face close up, it is very noticable that this is now in 3D with all of the extra layers, but during quite alot of points in the film, I had to take off my glasses just to check I was still watching a 3D film. I have given this 4 stars because the films is a good movie, the picture and sound are also great, and 'I think' it is always nice to see how a film you have enjoyed previously now works in 3D (Other will not agree with this statement I'm sure!), but as far as 3D titles go, and out of my ever growing 3D collection, I have to say that this was not really the best. 20th century Fox are supposed to be bringing out alot more of these older catalogue titles in 3D, also using the same cheaper conversion process developed by JVC, so it will be good to see how they shape up, and also what films they choose to do it with....... Lets just hope they work a little better in a new dimention next time.