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Old 03-28-2019, 01:59 PM   #21
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That's literally all he ever does, he's going to give himself a heart attack if he doesn't calm down!
We won't let that happen, lev.
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Old 03-28-2019, 02:09 PM   #22
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saw the death of 3d coming when roadshow and disney started clearencing them with em being $15 each, probably coz they are 3d only
Does anyone understand what this poster is trying to say?
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Old 03-28-2019, 09:05 PM   #23
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Does anyone understand what this poster is trying to say?
He's trying to say he foresaw the death of 3d before anyone else, mostly.
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Old 03-29-2019, 04:06 AM   #24
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saw the death of 3d coming when roadshow and disney started clearencing them with em being $15 each, probably coz they are 3d only
And your point is?? People saw the death of 3D coming in the 50s too, yet it’s still alive and kicking with the majority of the top blockbusters ever year available in 3D for the home.
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Old 03-29-2019, 06:09 AM   #25
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And your point is?? People saw the death of 3D coming in the 50s too, yet it’s still alive and kicking with the majority of the top blockbusters ever year available in 3D for the home.
My point is greed killed for 3d not once but three times. If Friday was still included in TV's now there is I would still buy releases in 3D but since all 4K TV's when I upgraded didn't include 3d I cannot watch any 3d discs. Perhaps if glasses free 3d comes about then it might take off again
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Old 03-29-2019, 06:55 AM   #26
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I'm sorry but saying things like this is just silly.

I have bought Mission: Impossible Fallout on UHD. Haven't seen Bumblebee yet but if I like the movie, I'll buy the UHD also. Trolls and Hotel Transylvania 3 are two other titles that come to mind that sadly weren't given a 3D home release yet I bought on UHD.

This doesn't make me "partly responsible for contributing to studios dropping 3D" nor does it "send out a message that I don't care if 3D movies only get released in 2D". Not in the slightest. The only ones responsible are the studios and TV manufacturers.

I buy UHD to support the format and because I want those damn movies. I would have bought a 3D version as well (like I always do) but unfortunately, due to the decision that was made a long time ago, there aren't any for those particular titles.

People can go on their "anti 2D/4K" rant all they want, but it makes zero sense and ultimately won't make a difference anyway. IMHO it's just as ignorant as the 3D bashing I sometimes still come across in the 4K, regular 2D Blu-ray and the movie sections here on this forum.

To say I was very, very disappointed when I learned 3D was not part of the UHD specs (I still am! ) is an understatement. And even more so when it became clear the industry decided in slowly fazing out 3D. But taking this out on or even blaming the UHD format just doesn't make any sense and is uncalled for. Let's just hope the next technology of (8K?) TVs will "bring back" 3D in one way or the other.... I'm hoping for glasses free 3D tech.

In the meantime though, it's 3D and 4K for me as long as possible!
I always buy the 3D and 4K version where possible then make up my own combo pack inside the 4K box, and sell off the extra 2D disc inside the 3D packaging.
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Old 03-29-2019, 12:21 PM   #27
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I always buy the 3D and 4K version where possible then make up my own combo pack inside the 4K box, and sell off the extra 2D disc inside the 3D packaging.
In the beginning I thought of doing that too actually, but I really wanted to keep the 3D Blu-ray covers. Now I'm glad I did. It takes up a lot of space (I have more than what's on that picture), but I just love seeing that 3D Blu-ray logo everywhere.
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Old 03-29-2019, 05:39 PM   #28
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I just committed a sacrilege and bought a paramount flat disc, 4K version of the original pet sematary. Sorry folks I can’t just not commit on not purchasing anything paramount ever...
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Old 03-29-2019, 06:01 PM   #29
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Correct....Paramount has received the message from the general public. If they thought there was money to be made in 3D, they’d release them. And the reason they don’t is because the people at home don’t want it.

Do you know how small of a drop in a small puddle on the hot sun we 3D supporters are? It’s just the reality. Enjoy it while you got it
You don't speak for all of us.

And plenty of other studios are still happy to release 3D discs. Maybe Paramount just sucks?

Do you know how small of a drop in a small puddle on the hot sun UHD supporters are?

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Old 03-29-2019, 06:14 PM   #30
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As far as the UHD hate, it's not the format's fault studios are using it as a weapon against 3D.

It's a fantastic format with huge potential when done right, just like 3D. UHD is a superior format to standard 2D blu-ray. I'm not just a 3D fan, I'm a film fan too. Lots of great classics are hitting UHD soon. Backdraft, Alien, Scarface, etc., and I do plan on buying them. I own Dark Crystal on UHD and it's stunning. Blows the blu-ray out of the water.

I can understand 3D fans holding some resentment against the format, but buying Alien in 4k does not mean you aren't supporting 3D blu-rays when they are released.

What I won't do is buy a UHD over 3D, unless the 3D is junk and the UHD is stunning.
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Old 03-29-2019, 10:02 PM   #31
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Screw Paramount! We've got 3D Film Archive. 2 in one day!

How are those non-releases for Friday the 13th 3 3D and Mission Impossible Fallout 3D working out for you anyway Paramount?
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Old 03-29-2019, 10:17 PM   #32
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Screw Paramount! We've got 3D Film Archive. 2 in one day!

How are those non-releases for Friday the 13th 3 3D and Mission Impossible Fallout 3D working out for you anyway Paramount?
I know, both titles fans would have bought in good numbers
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Old 03-30-2019, 06:43 AM   #33
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The reality is, we're at the mercy of the studios and whatever we buy (or don't buy) isn't going to change their decision with regards to 3-D. I'm not going to deny myself good movies and enjoyment by boycotting a studio's releases over that one issue, personally. If everyone did that, it'd just hasten the decline of physical media in general; and then we're all screwed.

If 3-D comes back with some kind of new glasses-free tech, and/or the Avatar sequels reviving interest in home 3-D, then great. If not, at least I still have my collection of nearly 450 3-D titles on blu-ray, three 3DTVs, and the option of buying a PSVR or 3-D compatible projector if any of those ever fail.
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Old 03-30-2019, 12:28 PM   #34
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The reality is, we're at the mercy of the studios and whatever we buy (or don't buy) isn't going to change their decision with regards to 3-D. I'm not going to deny myself good movies and enjoyment by boycotting a studio's releases over that one issue, personally. If everyone did that, it'd just hasten the decline of physical media in general; and then we're all screwed.

If 3-D comes back with some kind of new glasses-free tech, and/or the Avatar sequels reviving interest in home 3-D, then great. If not, at least I still have my collection of nearly 450 3-D titles on blu-ray, three 3DTVs, and the option of buying a PSVR or 3-D compatible projector if any of those ever fail.
Amen.
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Old 03-30-2019, 02:37 PM   #35
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The reality is, we're at the mercy of the studios and whatever we buy (or don't buy) isn't going to change their decision with regards to 3-D. I'm not going to deny myself good movies and enjoyment by boycotting a studio's releases over that one issue, personally. If everyone did that, it'd just hasten the decline of physical media in general; and then we're all screwed.
At this point, I believe voting for 3D requires not buying the 2D version, unless it is included in a set. I support physical media for 3D and movies that are 2D-only when produced.

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Old 03-31-2019, 12:50 PM   #36
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At this point, I think the only thing that will save 3D (for the mass audience) is Avatar 2.
No pressure, James.
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Old 03-31-2019, 03:00 PM   #37
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3D will survive. Even though a niche following.

No facts to base it on. No new details to prove it. Only a gut instinct. But the movies are still trickling through and so are the overseas 3D Blu-rays.
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Old 03-31-2019, 03:12 PM   #38
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3D will survive. Even though a niche following.

No facts to base it on. No new details to prove it. Only a gut instinct. But the movies are still trickling through and so are the overseas 3D Blu-rays.
Hopefully, in the form of a wider release than Japan only, because no way can I afford to drop Ł60 on a 3D Blu-ray (Ralph Breaks the Internet) again.
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Old 04-10-2019, 08:40 AM   #39
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Sad news. Unfortunately there is such an effort out there to kill it.
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Old 05-23-2019, 10:42 AM   #40
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3D will survive. Even though a niche following.
If studios like Paramount would outsource their 3D films at least to independent labels like Twilight Time or the like.

I'm sure 3,000 limited 3D Blu-ray copies would sell out pretty quickly, but at least interested consumers like us would have a legal buying option.
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