Stephen Worth, of Spumco, posted these comments to USENET after seeing the IMAX blowup of 'Beauty and the Beast': If the film had actually been composed for Imax, it would have been designed to have a smaller focal point within the overall composition, and action would flow from one side of the screen to the other slower to allow your eye to keep up. I had the same problem when I saw Fantasia2000 in Imax. There were things happening on both sides of the screens at once that one would have to be wearing wide angle glasses to be able to take in all together. I was constantly being left high and dry visually in fast scene cuts. My eye didn't have time to register where I was supposed to look before the scene changed and I was back to struggling to regain my visual footing. I really think these pictures are best seen in a normal theater. You know, I doubt many here will publicly agree, but I think he has a good point.