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post #241 of 1052
Well, I think that wouldn't work.

Most people buy a Samsung TV BECAUSE it usually comes with the kit and the blu-ray player plus 1 movie.

Doubt to many people want to buy more glasses when they know in the a NEW kit with 2 glasses and a different movie is out.

But you never know I guess.

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Originally Posted by Lee Stewart View Post

Be creative - buy one of the starter kits with a new movie in it and sell off the glasses. The movie will cost you less then what people are paying on Ebay.
post #242 of 1052
sorry for the off topic...
I was told by a BM member that 2 movies are to be released on the next coming TUESDAY.
and they would not even tell the Head Honchos of the BM stores what the movies are....

i hope this is true

i want clash or some type of a real movie
post #243 of 1052
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Originally Posted by shayking View Post

sorry for the off topic...
I was told by a BM member that 2 movies are to be released on the next coming TUESDAY.
and they would not even tell the Head Honchos of the BM stores what the movies are....

i hope this is true

i want clash or some type of a real movie

I doubt it'll be any 3d blu-rays though, as pretty much everyone will be exclusives except for the sony ones? BTW I heard Clash was really horrible as in the 3d effect and basically failed since it was a 3d conversion.

Anywho, not sure if I can post this here, but I bought a copy of Ice Age for $30 from http://**************** and it works great. They have most of the other movies out right now also. If I'm not allowed to post this, please delete.
post #244 of 1052
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by vipfit View Post

I doubt it'll be any 3d blu-rays though, as pretty much everyone will be exclusives except for the sony ones? BTW I heard Clash was really horrible as in the 3d effect and basically failed since it was a 3d conversion.

Anywho, not sure if I can post this here, but I bought a copy of Ice Age for $30 from http://**************** and it works great. They have most of the other movies out right now also. If I'm not allowed to post this, please delete.

From your link:

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4. All copies are burned on high quality Sony Bd-R's. These are one of the best media, and we do not cheap out on you to only have a defective blu-ray after a few days.
post #245 of 1052
I wouldn't trust that site. Their Paypal account is unverified, they can't even spell right, and they are committing copyright infringement.
post #246 of 1052
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Originally Posted by almostinsane View Post

I wouldn't trust that site. Their Paypal account is unverified, they can't even spell right, and they are committing copyright infringement.

I dunno...I think they're quite smart--there's lots of demand and they don't have to worry about copyright because the holders are in restraint of trade violations.
post #247 of 1052
Is the Deep Blue Sea even out yet?
post #248 of 1052
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Originally Posted by vipfit View Post

I doubt it'll be any 3d blu-rays though, as pretty much everyone will be exclusives except for the sony ones? BTW I heard Clash was really horrible as in the 3d effect and basically failed since it was a 3d conversion.

Anywho, not sure if I can post this here, but I bought a copy of Ice Age for $30 from http://**************** and it works great. They have most of the other movies out right now also. If I'm not allowed to post this, please delete.

Looks to me that the site JUST went up as of the 20th, yet you already have one of the movies?
Fishy
post #249 of 1052
no, nothing fishy at all, I'd actually order from him before the website. I had actually got him through a CL ad, and he just completed the site recently I suppose.

I also inquire about deep sea, and does seem like he has it






edit: sorry about the big pics...lol
post #250 of 1052
Fishy indeed. Interesting that VipFit's writing appears to be quite similar to that on the website. Check it out.
The website also issues this lame precaution:
*Please note these copies are for experimental uses only, and you should own the original movie.
3D Blu-ray ISO will not be responsible for how you use the copies of the movies.
post #251 of 1052
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by pmalter0 View Post

I dunno...I think they're quite smart--there's lots of demand and they don't have to worry about copyright because the holders are in restraint of trade violations.

Really? Can you cite the ruling made by a Judge?
post #252 of 1052
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Originally Posted by Lee Stewart View Post

Really? Can you cite the ruling made by a Judge?

From the brief of the RIAA:
"Specifically, those courts that have recognized the [defense of copyright abuse] have found it to exist only where a copyright owner 'has impermissibly extended the copyright monopoly in a manner which constitutes an unreasonable restraint of trade.'"

As to a specific ruling regarding the "exclusives" at issue, have some patience--it's in the hands of the government lawyers now.

BTW, if you intended to stifle Vipfit's(or whoever's) efforts here; all you have accomplished is to give him some free legal advice.
post #253 of 1052
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by pmalter0 View Post

From the brief of the RIAA:
"Specifically, those courts that have recognized the [defense of copyright abuse] have found it to exist only where a copyright owner 'has impermissibly extended the copyright monopoly in a manner which constitutes an unreasonable restraint of trade.'"

As to a specific ruling regarding the "exclusives" at issue, have some patience--it's in the hands of the government lawyers now.

BTW, if you intended to stifle Vipfit's(or whoever's) efforts here; all you have accomplished is to give him some free legal advice.

All you have done is made an accusation. There has been no ruling by a Federal Judge. To assume that there will be one is a foolish mistake. Always best to deal with facts and not woulda, coulda, shoulda.
post #254 of 1052
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Originally Posted by vipfit View Post

no, nothing fishy at all, I'd actually order from him before the website. I had actually got him through a CL ad, and he just completed the site recently I suppose.

I also inquire about deep sea, and does seem like he has it

edit: sorry about the big pics...lol

hmm, I ordered Deep Sea, I report back how it works.
post #255 of 1052
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hmm, I ordered Deep Sea, I report back how it works.

I am interested in ordering from here to. Sure beats the prices on ebay. Please let us know when you get it and how it loooks. Or if it seems fishy and a scam.
post #256 of 1052
Thread Starter 
Added Dinosaurs Alive! and Wild Ocean both 3D IMAX movies to be released November 30, 2010
post #257 of 1052
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Originally Posted by Lee Stewart View Post

Added Dinosaurs Alive! and Wild Ocean both 3D IMAX movies to be released November 30, 2010

Very nice! Was Wild Ocean shot in 3-D?
post #258 of 1052
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by chriss2d View Post

Very nice! Was Wild Ocean shot in 3-D?

Yep:

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1206345/technical
post #259 of 1052
Sweet, well it's starting to shape up. Has there been any word on Open Season? I haven't seen or heard anything about it, but I was under the impression it was coming out this year. Not a favorite of mine, but it's something hehe.
post #260 of 1052
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by chriss2d View Post

Sweet, well it's starting to shape up. Has there been any word on Open Season? I haven't seen or heard anything about it, but I was under the impression it was coming out this year. Not a favorite of mine, but it's something hehe.

IMO - Sony will announce it when they announce the 3D BD upgrade for the PS3 next month.
post #261 of 1052
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Originally Posted by jmcdon7230 View Post

Fishy indeed. Interesting that VipFit's writing appears to be quite similar to that on the website. Check it out.
The website also issues this lame precaution:
*Please note these copies are for experimental uses only, and you should own the original movie.
3D Blu-ray ISO will not be responsible for how you use the copies of the movies.

lol how do you basae on how I talk on this forum to be similar to a person's website. Forget I said anything, figured I'd help some people out with all this exlcusive BS

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Originally Posted by pmalter0 View Post

From the brief of the RIAA:
"Specifically, those courts that have recognized the [defense of copyright abuse] have found it to exist only where a copyright owner 'has impermissibly extended the copyright monopoly in a manner which constitutes an unreasonable restraint of trade.'"

As to a specific ruling regarding the "exclusives" at issue, have some patience--it's in the hands of the government lawyers now.

BTW, if you intended to stifle Vipfit's(or whoever's) efforts here; all you have accomplished is to give him some free legal advice.

Quote:
Originally Posted by Lee Stewart View Post

All you have done is made an accusation. There has been no ruling by a Federal Judge. To assume that there will be one is a foolish mistake. Always best to deal with facts and not woulda, coulda, shoulda.

lol....i just made a post about it trying to help out fellow members, but thanks for the warnings. I'll be more careful just in case

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Originally Posted by almostinsane View Post

hmm, I ordered Deep Sea, I report back how it works.

let us know how it turns out, when you get it


BTW can't wait to see those other Imax released. I saw the dinosaur on my direct tv and it was very nice. Had the prydactoryl(sp) flying out the screen and had my jaw dropped
post #262 of 1052
I bit on the two Imax BD's. Cloudy with Meatballs is on Amazon so I don't see too much demand for that one. Paid a ridiculous price for Monster v Aliens on Ebay, but that was before I had any 3D BD's so I needed something to justify the BDT-350 I got while waiting for the 3D upgrade on the BDP-S570. Panasonic and Sony should at least give/sell their respective 3D holdbacks to purchasers of their 3D BD players.
post #263 of 1052
Quote:
Originally Posted by Lee Stewart View Post

Added Dinosaurs Alive! and Wild Ocean both 3D IMAX movies to be released November 30, 2010

Excellent! 2 more great 3D productions to look forward to this year. My future 3D bluray library just keeps growing and growing. I'm gonna start calling my home theater the "3D theater".
post #264 of 1052
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Originally Posted by shayking View Post

sorry for the off topic...
I was told by a BM member that 2 movies are to be released on the next coming TUESDAY.

i hope this is true

i want clash or some type of a real movie

Well, online info states they have " IMAX Under the Sea 3D " for sale.

ill go in tonight and see what the other Movie is. (Future Shop dont always update each new movie online/web).
post #265 of 1052
I'm sure that's the analglyph version.
post #266 of 1052
yup 100% it's the analglyph
post #267 of 1052
yup you guys are correct,
i just called an they said nothing has been released today in BluRay 3D.
liars..hehe
post #268 of 1052
Thread Starter 
Disney Pushing ‘Toy Story 3’ Discs

http://www.homemediamagazine.com/jus...-3-discs-20397

Nothing about a 3D BD so I am pulling the title from the 3D BD release calander until I see a valid announcement.
post #269 of 1052
Thread Starter 
Interesting article/blog about the bundling situation:

http://www.dvdtown.com/news/avatar-b...equipment/7659
post #270 of 1052
I never realized that Christmas Carol was going to be $50. That's a ridiculous price and no doubt something that will really piss everyone off. Most people are only interested in one version to begin with, so forcing them to pay almost double for a version they don't even want is a brilliant idea. If 3-D survives it'll be in spite of the studios, not because of them. They're doing some stUUUUUpid things. You can always count on studio greed.
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