Rating reflects my sense of revisiting the movie, not the 3D rerelease. The 3D work is fine, but it adds nothing. To me the benefit of a wide rerelease is that it incentivizes some care and consideration for the original elements. Yet, based on the IMAX 3D image I saw, which suffered from the same edge enhancement and DNR as my Blu-ray (especially in the daylight scenes), I was absolutely shocked to learn that a new 4K negative scan had been performed. (And here I was with my "looks like they spared some expense" joke at the ready.) Perhaps it's just a limitation of the source (early digital effects and whatnot), or maybe what I saw was solely the result of IMAX's proprietary DMR process, or of the 3D conversion (I noticed several times a character's face might be on a higher plane and look waxy). More likely it's some combination of the three. I can still say that any opportunity to see this movie on the big screen, preferably in 4K 2D, is one worth taking, but my recommendation is not as enthusiastic as I had hoped it would be.