A fine example of jumping on the 3D bandwagon, but what do you expect from a studio that decided to turn the final book (which is shorter than the first) into two films.
Don't get me wrong, I enjoyed the film but the 3D is pretty pointless. Most of the film feels flat, especially darker scenes of which there are many. A few good sections use the technology well, such as the "roller coaster" ride through Gringotts, the following escape on a dragon and some views of Voldemorts' army, but these are few and far between. On the plus side the 3D in part two is better than in part one, but that's not saying much.