Summer Movies: Top 5 movies in 3-D

Staff Writer
Columbus Alive

We predict this watching-movies-with-plastic-glasses novelty will get really old really fast.

"Piranha 3-D"

The 1978 B-movie in the vein of "Jaws" gets the 3-D treatment, as Arizona spring-breakers are feasted upon by fanged fishes.

"Step Up 3-D"

The third part of the street dance trilogy gets 3-D effects. We can see dance numbers popping, but can you handle the young-love melodrama?

"Despicable Me"

Steve Carell sets out to become the world's most hated supervillain - at least, until three little girls cause him to rethink his plans.

"The Last Airbender"

M. Night Shyamalan adapted an animated martial arts TV show for the big screen. Visuals look like a swirly good time, but we'll be bracing for a bad twist ending.

"Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore"

OK, so we don't really have any idea what this one's about, nor do we care, but how could we leave it out with a name like that?!