I watched the movie Beowulf
last weekend and I liked it. It is completely rendered in 3D as known from Final Fantasy - the movie
, but with some differences: They made it using a technique they call 'digitally enhanced live action' which IMO just is marketing slang for motion capturing and remodelling the faces of real actors into the 3D scenes: In case of Beowulf they used for example Anthony Hopkins, John Malkovich and Angelina Jolie. For me, this was not that important because I don't really care about famous actors, but it was interesting to see their faces in there.
The movie itself was very nice because the story is thrilling and interesting - where I live nobody really knows anything about this poem - and it has a very nice the combination of good dialogs, nice action and great tracking shots. In addition my female company liked the movie as well for the same reasons - which is a big bonus because it's not that usual girls like movies like that. I've heard there is also a 3-D projected version of the Beowulf movie available which can be watched with red-green glasses, but I saw the simple 2D-screen version only. Nevertheless, beowulf is recommendable, IMO.