Stephen_J_H

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Of course, I'm speaking from the POV of a "colonial commoner" [English parents; Canadian by birth], and slipcovers on items I've received from Amazon have been quite rare.
 
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Guys if you have not yet purchased Taza, please do so. Bob Furmanek is saying he may get greenlit to do another 5 Golden-Age 3D titles but only if sales of Taza and the forthcoming Wings of the Hawk are thru the roof!
 
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John Sparks

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If you liked 5, you're gonna love this one. PLENTY OF POP OUTS and TONS OF BLOOD. Lot's of depth and a real fun watch. I had the pleasure to view it with forum member RobertR in my home theater today. :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :3dglasses:

...and the 3ders is...

Final Destination 4 (3D Vers.)(Blu-ray) (FSK 18)


Forgot to add, make sure you watch the EXTRAS, even though not in 3D, they are fun to watch.
 
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Colin Jacobson

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We Like the mib movies, watched the first two on 4k and last night watched 3 in 3D. Weve not seen it in a long while and I was super impressed with the 3D!.
I really like "MIB3" - and at this point, I enjoy it more than the 1st. Not that it's better than the 1st, but a) I never truly loved the 1997 movie - I just liked it - and b) I've seen 1997 so much that "3" is "fresher" for me.

And I also liked the 3D. Not a brilliant 3D presentation but fun!

 

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