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3D WHICH IMAX 3-D BLU-RAYS ARE WORTH THE HIGH PRICE, AND WHY?

Discussion in 'Blu-ray and UHD' started by Dick, Mar 20, 2014.

  1. Dick

    Dick Well-Known Member

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    I would like to own a few of these, and I understand the HUBBLE disc is an excellent 3-D experience, but would also appreciate feedback on other worthwhile titles.
     
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    I picked up Born To Be Wild and Under The Sea 3D for under $20 at Best Buy. Got Deep Sea 3d for $10 from a pawnshop and a used To The Arctic from FYE at about $10.00. Would have paid twice that. Even though the running times are short (due to Imax film limitations), they are all essential. See the Top releases list for a confirmation about Under The Sea...a shot in there of a fish is rated the best pop out by many.
     
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    I have Hubble 3D and Space Station 3D -- I remember being more impressed with the Hubble disc, but I haven't seen either more than once.
     
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    Which ones have the Imax countdown?
     
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    Good question, I don't remember ..will advise
     
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    Hubble does, Space Station does not.
     
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    Born to be Wild has the countdown.
     
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    Just finished watching Creature from the Black lagoon 3D after positive reviews here. Really liked it. 3D was very good definitely worth the buying!
     
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    Just ordered Under the Sea.
     
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    Under the Sea has it also
     
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    Stephen_J_H All Things Film Junkie
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    Keep an eye on your local Costco. I got Under the Sea for $12.50, and they had other IMAX 3D titles as well.
     

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