Start with the claim that it's the first-ever animated 3-D film, and we have to say nuh-uh: Lumber Jack Rabbit
presented Bugs Bunny in three dimensions in 1954. That may be quibbling, but since this 55-minute feature consists entirely of short clips
worked into a framing sequence that features an annoying, smart-mouthed cybersprite named Phig (voiced by the annoying Jenna Elfman), it's not irrelevant. Three years in the making, this sampler might have a niche as the head-trippy laser light show of our day, if only IMAX theaters weren't always
full of little kids on school trips. Phig is our guide through the Galleria Anamatica, a virtual, 3-D mall whose door...