Well, the low point of every movie-going experience is at the start of the movie when they run the ad that goes like this:
Let us ruin the movie with an hour of commercials.
Commercials are the reason I stopped watching television (except for Days of Our Lives) six months ago. I really don't like those things. They kind of assault the senses, especially when they're on a humongous movie screen. I wanted to put on blinders and an Ipod, just to block out the garbage that was being spewed at me.
Besides, aren't previews kind of unnecessary nowdays? If there is a movie I want to see, like the Percy Jackson movie, I'll have watched the preview on Youtube long before I set foot in a theater.
I miss the days when they only had one or two previews for a movie. I still have the VHS tapes to prove those days existed!
Okay, so the low point was the commercials/previews before the movie. The high point, therefore, must have been the movie itself.
It was pretty good. The animation with the bad guy was awesome. But of course, even if the animation was bad, it'd still be awesome because it's actual animation instead of that weird 3D stuff they're doing nowdays. So the fact that the animation is top notch makes it double awesome.
The plot was good. Actually, my only complaint is that, at a few parts of the movie, things felt forced. That is, I got the feeling that certain parts of the movie were only there because the creators felt they "had" to put them in there. Like they thought, "Oh, this is a Disney movie. That means we have to put in a goofy character here" or "This a new character. Therefore, he or she has to sing in order to introduce him/herself". I got that feeling a couple of times, and I didn't really like that. But I suppose that's more of a problem with me than the movie itself.