I was a little hesitant to buy this as some of the reviews said that it was only the bonus features that were in 3D. This is NOT the case. The whole DVD is in 3D, barring the intro which lasts for about 10 minutes (toooo long). Watch out for the opening sequence which could send you into a fit or give you a migrain. The images are shown quicker and quicker until they are flashing only briefly on the screen. You might want to avert your eyes.
The option to select 3D is a little confusing as the selection is made by 'highlighting' 3D. The problem with only two options is that you have no idea which colour is the selector and which is deselected. (Orange is the selector) So if you don't get 3D selecting what you think is 3D, restart the disk and select the other option. With our setup it tells you on screen that it is about to play in 3D. If you still don't get 3D (and you can quickly tell by looking at the screen with the naked eye - it looks all blurred), then you have problem with some or all of your equipment. It goes without saying that you must have a 3D player, 3D TV and 3D glasses to experience this DVD.
So to the DVD itself. If you like Michael Flatley or you enjoy Irish dance then you will enjoy it for its own sake. If you are just experiencing 3D for the first time (as I was) it is also worth the money. If none of the above, it is a bit boring. Basically some people come on and dance a routine, they go off and some girls come on and dance another routine, they go off and some blokes come on and dance a routine... well you get the picture.
General view: Worth the money just for the 3D experience.
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