Don't throw out your 3-D glasses yet! I know you never got the 3-D glasses in the first place, but bear with me, because here's the super 3-D edition trailer for Monsters vs. Aliens (assuming 3-D survives YouTube conversion). It's so 3-Demazing that Bruce Springsteen reportedly said, "I have to follow THAT??? "Born to Run" is going to put these people to sleep after they've see this MF'er!"
Mock enthusiasm aside, I thought all the animation studios were pushing hard to legitimize 3-D as more than a gaudy bell and/or whistle. If that's the case, maybe they should starting cutting all the look-at-this-coming-at-the-screen!-for-no-reason crap. A paddleball zooming at me? Come on. And furthermore, a paddleball at all? Does this generation of kids even know what a paddleball is? Why not a guy using a stick to roll a hoop out of the screen?
A friend (that's right, I watched the Super Bowl with FRIENDS) walked in partway through this and asked why a man scanned his ass-hole to open a door. He's 26 and I barely had an answer, so I have no idea what you say when a child asks the same thing.