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3D HTF TOP 30 MUST OWN 3D TITLES

Discussion in 'Blu-ray and UHD' started by Ronald Epstein, Dec 12, 2010.

  1. John Sparks

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    Just received my copy yesterday and can't wait to view it! :3dglasses:
     
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    It's a sweet story to John, a proper package !
     
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    I'd had HOUSE OF MAGIC sitting on my shelf for ages, but hadn't watched it. This thread got me off my ass just two hours ago, and I had a great time with it! Delightful, fun film with stupendous 3D (Including lots of spectacular pop-out, sorta like that in A TURTLE'S TALE and MADAGASCAR 3). Highly recommended for 3D addicts!
     
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    Glad we were of assistance :D, next up from nWave is ‘The Queens Corgis’. I’m hoping it’s fun watch with awesome 3D :)
     
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    OMG...

    I've watched 'Final Destination 4 in 3D a few times in the past on 3D TVs and I think my Epson projector and always found it a very hard watch in regards the 3D and also motion.
    We love these films and over a few Saturday evenings have watched them in sequence in 2d on blu ray, great entertainment!.

    So tonight I said to my wife let's try again the fourth movie in 3D on the JVC projector. I reminded her it was a difficult watch at times but that was fine.

    Wow.. what a surprise!, This is probably the most fun exciting 3D watch in a while !, It was weird as before I can remember some odd 3D perspective and some ghosting, coupled with hectic motion at times but not this time. Ok a few shots look a little ' cardboard cutout' but overall I felt as if I could get up and step right into the screen!.

    Highly recommended from me :).
     
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    John Sparks

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    Martin, well, I refuse to buy that damn movie again. The last time was the BD that used paper glasses...gotta take the time to read it.

    What I watched today was from 3D Classics...THE THREE STOOGES IN 3D, and I found it quite enjoyable, The colorizing was fine and the 3D was about as good as some of the newer movies that are out. :thumbsup::thumbsup: :3dglasses:

    Since I enjoyed it so much, I'll be waiting for the other two to come down in price.

    EDIT: Just ordered the other two...THE BEST OF THE LITTLE RASCALS and MARCH OF THE WOODEN SOLDIERS (Laurel & Hardy)
     
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    I’ve never been able to see Anaglyph 3D with those cardboard glasses John, if you see it cheep at Amazon.de or the like I do recommend it though.

    Glad the three stooges worked out ok, something to look into.

    Martin,
     
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    Picked this up at Big Lots for $5. Great 3D with plenty of depth and lots of pop-outs.

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    Absolutely, another DreamWorks title.
     
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    Watched despicable me 3 again yesterday, good fun but my favourite is definitely the first movie.
     
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    Just did the same thing over the weekend.

    Terrific films and awesome 3D. Can’t wait to see the new one.
     
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    Last night was The Meg 3D. Mostly just some nice depth until the climax, then there were a couple of startling moments with items flying toward you. Another nice Warner 3D presentation.

    Also ordered Kung Fu Panda 3 in 3D this weekend. I believe I now have all the Dreamworks Animation 3D catalog releases.
     
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    Now there’s a big face cover that works.
     
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    THUNDER AND THE HOUSE OF MAGIC. So far, the best 3D I have seen outside of the classics. Just to add that if it's not in your collection, it should be. :thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup: :3dglasses:
    I have 1 and 3, hope to soon add 2 to my collection. :3dglasses:
     
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    Just went to order my 3D copy of ALITA: BATTLE ANGEL, but it was sold out from The Hut and Zavvi.

    Is it being sold from anyone else and not eBay?
     
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    The pre-order page from Amazon.co.uk is no longer active, but my 2-6-19 order is still in the system.
     
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    I'm sure it's just in upgrade mode. I'm not sure why, but often Amazon and Best Buy pages either do dead or even disappear when they upgrade the information. It's far too far in advance to be sold out for a non exclusive/Limited Edition item. Especially the case since it was only up for a day or two.

    Otherwise I've seen it when they mislisted an itme and when it comes back it will be missing the 4K or 3D part of the pack and then they have to start cancelling items.

    Of course there is still the never for sure Region Coding for a Fox BD/3D release
     
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    Fox has been winding down their support of home 3D on physical media; it’s entirely possible that they could decline to release a 3D disc for this film.
     

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