Rogue One is a *horrible* example of 3D movies. Probably the worst I've ever seen in a theater.
For 3D to really shine, you generally want your depth of field to be a little bigger than you do normally. Anything that's out of focus is going to appear as a blurry 2D object. A tiny bit of blur is ok, but any more than that and an object will appear completely flat, defeating the 3D effect.
For large parts of Rogue One (especially the darker scenes earlier in the movie) there's a very narrow depth of field. Often you'll see scenes with two characters talking and the only thing in focus is the person speaking at the moment. If you shoot a movie like that, it's going to look horrible in 3D. If you go as blurry as the more extreme shots in Rogue One were, it can cause eye strain.