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Discussion in 'Blu-ray and UHD' started by Ronald Epstein, Dec 12, 2010.
Well, I thought the title :John Carter" was boring; however, I thought the film got the short end of the stick. Criticizing it for elements that other films, comics and stories cribbed from Burrough's original stories made no sense to me.
Anyway, I have the 3D version; I'll have to sit down an re-watch some time.
Thanks Martin. There are some that like to interpret people's posts and that's sad.
Tonight was 3D Aladdin. Looked nice, but no really memorable "in your face" moments. Some nice effects from heights or on the magic carpet.
The early Marvel 3D films are all rather disappointing, IMO. I didn't care for the 3D on Captain America: First Avenger, or either of the first two Thor films.
Received Abominable 3D in the mail today.
Why do you think that newspaper is a rag John?
Watched T.S. Spivet. 3D was absolutely amazing as has been reported here in this thread. Agree that it’s one of the best 3D titles available.
As for the quirky film itself, I enjoyed it but tbh I was hoping it would be better. But my oh my that 3-D!
Glad you enjoyed the 3D presentation. It's one of my absolute favorites!
This is a thread about 3-D home viewing.
This is NOT a thread about political biases in the media. Or, why one man's rag is another man's Pulitzer winner.
Let's move on.
I wasn’t asking a political question as John said his post was misinterpreted. I was just curious. No worries. Moving on.
Strange, we can talk newspapers in the UK or make comments none of which are or become political, I guess things in the USA are somewhat different. I shall not mention it again.
I watched 3D nudie cuties disc yesterday....
...yes, the English coast is chock full of them...
The wife bailed and you finally got to watch it, just like I did!
Wow! The wife and I really enjoyed this quirky little film. Everything about it was grand and the 3D was in the top 5 for 3D...no to many films come even close. The only thing I found put offish was the 3 times using the F word. Anyway, if it's not in your collection...GET IT!!!
I agree the F word is often unnecessary, but can be a vital component. There is one point on the audio version of Monty Pythons cheese sketch where it never fails to elicit guffaws. I played it for my straight laced aunt one time and she was on the floor.
Is this region free?
French and German are B locked
Australia (shown above) - ?? I thought it was region free, but I can't find a post to confirm
Netherlands -- Region Free
Hong Kong -- Region A locked about $15-16 shipped from DDDhouse
John's post shows the AUS version, but I thought he posted that he ordered it from Hong Kong right before Christmas