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Old 05-15-2019, 09:26 PM   #81
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If *most* 3-D discs are region free (there are a couple in recent years that I read weren't, movies I would have liked to have owned in that format) then everything is good. I recently bought 3D Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse from amazon in Germany, and it plays fine on my X-Box One S. (with German thought bubbles...only a minor annoyance).

Maybe I'll just pay closer attention to that.
Well, the ones I listed above are the only ones I'm aware of.

OK, I found this list:
https://www.avsforum.com/forum/196-3...-sold-usa.html
But it's still not complete.

Ratatouille 3D is region B only, I'm not sure what the alternatives are; it doesn't appear to have gotten a 3D US release.
Terminator 2 3D is region B only - but it's a conversion done years after the original movie, which I couldn't care less about. Sounds like there are Asian region A/free releases now.
Valerian 3D is region B only, but there is an Asian 3D region A release, so you do have an option.

Disney seems to be the main studio not putting selling their 3D movies in the US, and except for Ratatouille, I believe all their 3D blurays are region-free. So, as I've described earlier in this thread and in my original thread that inspired this (linked in my sig), I don't think not having the ability to play region B 3D is a particularly big deal.
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I almost went through the chaos of trying to go region free for 3D but then I learned that I could just order from Asia and they have region A for 3D bluray. For the very few movies that are region locked it is worth it, Valerian 3D, T2 3D, and so on.
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I almost went through the chaos of trying to go region free for 3D but then I learned that I could just order from Asia and they have region A for 3D bluray. For the very few movies that are region locked it is worth it, Valerian 3D, T2 3D, and so on.
OTOH -- for the extra cost of the Asian movies vs the standard EU releases of the same item you likely could easily have bought a region free player and had the extra flexibility on all the locked cheaper often better 2D items as well.
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