In the mad-for-3D craze that gripped Hollywood in the wake of Avatar
, so many films rushed to cash in on the trend that audiences were bound to suffer some fatigue. Zack Snyder's animated adventure tale Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole
offers up a single example for how 21st century 3D could disappear as quickly as 1950s 3D did.
The story concerns a young owl named Soren who, after being kidnapped by a group of fascistic owls known as the Pure Ones, escapes his captors to join the fabled Guardians of Ga'Hoole, an elite squadron of brave owls who make it their life's work to battle the Pure Ones and keep the bravest and best elemen...