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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. Tino

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    We watched Toy Story 4 3D and it was terrific in every dept.

    Saw it in IMAX and I gotta say I enjoyed it more at home on 3D which is very rare for me.
     
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    I enjoy all my films at home more than the cinema, I’ve not been to an imax though. I do like being in control of the pause button... I pause the movie and my wife tops up the glasses :cheers::D
     
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    Nothing beats IMAX 3D to me, but my home system certainly runs rings around the tepid, insipid, flaccid Real3D!
     
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    SPYKIDS GAME OVER, some of the best 3D I have ever seen, audio was okay. The whole beginning is pop-outs and throughout the movie. I'll let you read up on the CG and the weird ass opticals.

    One of only a few that I didn't finish watching but still a good addition for your 3D collection. :3dglasses:

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    Those run so horrible on my Samsung. I need to get the same projector you have I think. I was telling my coworker I have my dream home theater attached to my motor in my car now. Transmission replacement. $3700 :( I'm going to put together a realistic wishlist and try to buy the important things. Paranoid they will stop making these.

    I missed the Pacific Rim discussion pages back. The story with the military has never been my favorite thing about it. Most of the cast is a bore. I like the 2 scientists, they seem like a couple. Not sure if that was the point. lol The effects and sound I think may be the best I have in my collection. blew my mind. it's like you're seeing this stuff happen. Now, not sure if anybody talked about the sequel. I really really liked it a lot. I was thinking it was going to be so so but I can't wait to watch them again.

    My other Dollar General didn't have the same kind of movie selection as the other one. None of the 3Ds, none of the $4 movies at all. They did have The Orphanage on blu for $3. upgrading a dvd. Bunch of crap for $5 and up. I guess it's the crowd over there. They don't like to read their movies. lol

    Finally saw Mortal Engines 3D. was worried at first but then it got good. Like a Star Wars group inside a Dickens/Dishonored world. I'd actually rather see a low key Dishonored movie that looks like this with a similar story as that first game. But this wasn't bad at all. The Shrike character was underused. I really like the sunk-in eye look, similar to the rock things in Noah 3D. Shrike should have been appearing all the way through. He was neat! (at first I thought she was saying Shrek! lol ) Can't believe it bombed so bad. I was reminded of Monty Python's Meaning a Life. Wonder if that's where the writer got the idea. Poor Gilliam... can't get a break! Anyway, the movie looks fantastic.
     
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    Got mine today. Hoping I can stay awake long enough to watch tonight. :emoji_zzz:
     
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    That sucks, James...
     
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    53000 mileage. hardly drove it. always got everything changed on time. couldn't believe it. :(
     
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    I remember running the anaglyphic 35mm prints of SK 3-D when I worked projection part-time while going to law school. Even in anaglyphic the pop-outs were among the best I've seen. The movie is what it is, but the effects are stunning.
     
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    I just can’t get myself to buy a poor movie just for the 3D. Even with great 3D, it’s a poor movie.
     
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    Sometimes movies are enjoyably bad. When this one is viewed through its particular lens [RR's co-writer was his young son], certain things make a lot of sense.
     
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    I hope SPY KIDS: ALL THE TIME IN THE WORLD is a tad better. I just received A VERY HAROLD & KUMAR 3D CHRISTMAS and SPIDERMAN FAR FROM HOME. Still waiting for SAVING SANTA, THE LEGENDARY DRAGON, ABOMINABLE, HOBBS & SHAW, LION KING, SNOWMAN, MALEFICENT 2 AND BUNKER OF THE DEAD.

    I don't read reviews of movies that I buy, at least not the 3Ders. I'll decide if they are crummy, not someone else.
     
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    I like H&K 3D Christmas. Raunchy as hell, but funny. I am influenced by reviews, particularly on this forum, because I have to minimize buying mistakes. I just can’t buy every single 3D movie. Yeah, I’ve bought movies I was disappointed in, but I keep it to a minimum.
     
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    I'll buy not-so-hot movies 3D if they're cheap enough - like the "Jack the Giant Slayer" I got because it was like $5.

    Sometimes I buy BDs that I know I'll probably only watch once, but it's so little money that I don't feel TOO stupid! :)
     
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    Spider-Man FAr From Home,

    Just got around to watching this this afternoon, damn... that’s some fine 3D!, great depth, fantastic real looking layers and some pop outs. Amazing details and colours that popped off the screen, motion was great and I really enjoyed the movie itself which I did wonder about.
    Audio was pretty good to and just needed the volume a tad higher as is the norm.

    I was thinking of getting the uhd of this as it’s supposed to be reference but I won’t bother now as it’s perfect the way it is on this 3D edition, highly recommended from me!.
     
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    Excellent, I’ve got Spiderman and TS4 on the way from across the pond.
     
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    How did you find this ?, I really enjoyed it!.
     
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    I think I will pass on this John.
     
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    It was excellent! No problem staying awake with this one. Very much enjoyed the 3D too. And though I was disappointed the audio was 5.1 only, I thought it was pretty immersive.
     
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    As for the 5.1, if I may paraphrase: “Forget it Jake, it’s 3D.”
     
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