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Ralph Breaks the Internet 3D

Movie comments, 3D comments, Blu-ray availability, etc. ...

In theaters November 21, 2018.



Directed By: Rich Moore, Phil Johnston
Music By: Henry Jackman
Production Companies: Walt Disney Pictures, Walt Disney Animation Studios
Distributed By: Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

https://movies.disney.com/ralph-brea...eck-it-ralph-2
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ralph_Breaks_the_Internet
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt5848272


A list of 3D Blu-ray pre-orders will be maintained here.

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Ralph Breaks The Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2 (4K Ultra HD MovieNEX + 4K Ultra HD + 3D Blu-ray + Blu-ray) (Japan Version)
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Studio: Walt Disney Japan Co., Ltd.
Release Date: April 24, 2019
Number of discs: 3
Region: A


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In theaters now.

86% fresh.

https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/ral...s_the_internet

CinemaBlend 3D Score: 30/35

https://www.cinemablend.com/news/246...nternet-ticket

Next up is Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle 3D.

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The 3d is nice - there is depth and at times pop out (for pop out fans). Nothing aggressive, but looks completely natural. So for those who want expanded depth, you're going to be disappointed.

Unfortunately, I think because it's Disney, there may not be a 3d release at all, even from imports...

Very enjoyable movie though. If you are a geek, you must get this on blu-Ray or even 4k because there are a lot of details you'd want to freeze frame and inspect.

If it wasn't for the fact that the movie is only a regular theatre showing (even with 3d) I'd probably see it again.
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Everything I've been reading seems to indicate no 3D Blu-Ray on this title. Stomach continues to churn. First MI6, now this, and my personal nail in the 3D coffin will be Avengers: Endgame. If that's not BR 3D, my dedication to the format ends there.
To be fair, I had no strong feelings towards any upcoming Disney releases besides Endgame and SW EP9 and was planning to stop theater visits altogether after that.
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At this point, Disney sucks! I'm 48 years old, grew up Disney and now I want to throw up on Disney!
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No Disney 3D

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I just received this message (in reference to "Ralph Breaks The Internet" 3D) from Di$ney today. Please read...



"Hello Scott,

Thank you for your email. Disney currently has no plans to release this title on Blu-ray 3D, and has no plans for future Blu-ray 3D releases at this time. We thank you very much for your feedback and will share your comments with the rest of our team.

If you have any other questions or concerns, please feel free to reply to this email.

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Hey Guys,

My Response...

"Mr. Anthony,

Thank you for your reply. However, I find it counter-productive that Di$ney would theatrically release movies in 3D, but not for home viewers. After 50 years as a Di$ney fan/supporter/enthusiast, I am loathed to ever spend another dollar on any Di$ney product or franchise. I am CERTAIN that Mr. Walt Disney is in disgust to see his vision be so exploited, misused and blurred.

P.S.
My uncle was an animator for Walt Disney Studios. He knew Walt personally, and worked on "The Little Mermaid".


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Hey Guys,

I just received this message (in reference to "Ralph Breaks The Internet" 3D) from Di$ney today. Please read...



"Hello Scott,

Thank you for your email. Disney currently has no plans to release this title on Blu-ray 3D, and has no plans for future Blu-ray 3D releases at this time. We thank you very much for your feedback and will share your comments with the rest of our team.

If you have any other questions or concerns, please feel free to reply to this email.

Thank you,

Paul Anthony
Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Customer Relations"
Why didn't you just jam a stake in my heart while you were at it :-P
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Seems that the 3D for Home is really dead. In Cinema may linger for some time, due to huge install base, but at Home the format is dead, dead, dead.
- no new 3D TV's
- you are stuck with 3D projectors and active glasses if you want 3D
- 3D Blu-ray's are becoming scarce
- no HDR and WCG support for any kind of 3D
- 4K Blu-ray's have no 3D MVC extension
- 8K Blu-ray's (2020-2021 - FVC/H.266) have only in theory 3D support, just like 4K BD's

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Why didn't you just jam a stake in my heart while you were at it :-P
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Hey Guys,

I just received this message (in reference to "Ralph Breaks The Internet" 3D) from Di$ney today. Please read...



"Hello Scott,

Thank you for your email. Disney currently has no plans to release this title on Blu-ray 3D, and has no plans for future Blu-ray 3D releases at this time. We thank you very much for your feedback and will share your comments with the rest of our team.

If you have any other questions or concerns, please feel free to reply to this email.

Thank you,

Paul Anthony
Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Customer Relations"
I think it is great that you took the time to write Disney. Sony stopped for a while and now they are releasing 3D Blu-rays again. I expect Sony sent responses like Disney too. I actually didn't even get a response from Sony.

Disney and Sony will likely be on-and-off. Not like Universal, where pre-orders for the 3D Blu-ray show up a month before it even hits the theater now.

I enjoyed the first Ralph in 3D but I'll skip this one if it does not show up on 3D Blu-ray (maybe Asia???). I still have a backlog of 3D Blu-rays to watch.
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Seems that the 3D for Home is really dead. In Cinema may linger for some time, due to huge install base, but at Home the format is dead, dead, dead.
- no new 3D TV's
- you are stuck with 3D projectors and active glasses if you want 3D
- 3D Blu-ray's are becoming scarce
- no HDR and WCG support for any kind of 3D
- 4K Blu-ray's have no 3D MVC extension
- 8K Blu-ray's (2020-2021 - FVC/H.266) have only in theory 3D support, just like 4K BD's


This... is a sad sad fact...
but again.. if there is no more new 3d TV... How can we expect there will be new 3d content...

real sad.indeed.
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I just received this message (in reference to "Ralph Breaks The Internet" 3D) from Di$ney today. Please read...



"Hello Scott,

Thank you for your email. Disney currently has no plans to release this title on Blu-ray 3D, and has no plans for future Blu-ray 3D releases at this time. We thank you very much for your feedback and will share your comments with the rest of our team.

If you have any other questions or concerns, please feel free to reply to this email.

Thank you,

Paul Anthony
Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Customer Relations"
Of this movie or all Disney movies? That's truly bad news for 3D if this is all Disney movies since Disney is more than 50% of 3D movies. Disney owns Fox now so that might mean Avatar too.

Send another message and ask them why they bother with 3D in theaters with no plans for home release? Paramount appears to be done with 3D too at least for home releases.

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Of this movie or all Disney movies? That's truly bad news for 3D if this is all Disney movies since Disney is more than 50% of 3D movies. Disney owns Fox now so that might mean Avatar too.

Send another message and ask them why they bother with 3D in theaters with no plans for home release? Paramount appears to be done with 3D too at least for home releases.
That may only apply to North America. If so, no-future-plans is old news. Maybe we should be messaging Disney UK.
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RALPH BREAKS VR
https://www.thevoid.com/dimensions/ralph-breaks-vr/

Maybe Ralph broke the 3D Blu-ray too.
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I saw that too. However, there is no way to purchase.
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Wow, that's especially harsh if they had a cover made up for it but cancelled the release, yet they're still putting it out on obsolete standard DVD. I bought the first movie on release date and loved it, won't downgrade to 2D for the sequel regardless of resolution. Would've preordered any 3D version available, won't take any 2D copy even for free.
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Oh man, that is so depressing. But like someone mentioned, perhaps they will still make 3D blu-rays in the UK. Wishful thinking I'm sure. Frustrating that there won't be 3D blu-rays even for movies that were 3D in theaters. So, no 3D top complete the new star wars trilogy or avengers trilogy? That totally sucks!! Sigh...
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Disney Box Office Rank Within Only 3D Movies

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Bolded movies are available on 3D Blu-ray and shown for comparison.

Buena Vista (subsidiary of Disney)

# 3 Black Panther (2018)
# 4 Avengers: Infinity War (2018)
# 8 Incredibles 2 (2018)
# 66 Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018)
# 69 Solo: A Star Wars Story (2018)
# 79 Ralph Breaks the Internet (2018)
# 154 A Wrinkle in Time (2018)
# 180 Pete's Dragon (2016)
# 214 The Nutcracker and the Four Realms (2018)
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https://www.avsforum.com/forum/196-3...l#post57609918

Is Disney just using a threshold to determine if a 3D Blu-ray is released?
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Bolded movies are available on 3D Blu-ray and shown for comparison.

Buena Vista (subsidiary of Disney)

# 3 Black Panther (2018)
# 4 Avengers: Infinity War (2018)
# 8 Incredibles 2 (2018)
# 66 Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018)
# 69 Solo: A Star Wars Story (2018)
# 79 Ralph Breaks the Internet (2018)
# 154 A Wrinkle in Time (2018)
# 180 Pete's Dragon (2016)
# 214 The Nutcracker and the Four Realms (2018)
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https://www.avsforum.com/forum/196-3...l#post57609918

Is Disney just using a threshold to determine if a 3D Blu-ray is released?
No, I think Disney is simply getting out of the 3D blu-ray business unfortunately. I just wish they would let us complete the new Star Wars trilogy and Infinity Wars in 3D since the rest are available in 3D.

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No, I think Disney is simply getting out of the 3D blu-ray business unfortunately. I just wish they would let us complete the new Star Wars trilogy and Infinity Wars in 3D since the rest are available in 3D.
Marvel and Pixar are part of Disney, but they apparently still have a say in how their movies are released. Doesn’t seem like they have that power in the North American market, but overseas where most of the money is made now, still does

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I agree, although Disney hasn't released almost any pixar or marvel movies in 3D in the U.S. the past couple years, all of them (black panther, solo, infinity war part 1, coco, last Jedi, etc.) I've bought from the UK. The future is definitely looking bleak for 3D. We have to hope that James Cameron will revive it with his next Avatar movies.

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I agree, although Disney hasn't released almost any pixar or marvel movies in 3D in the U.S. the past couple years, all of them (black panther, solo, infinity war part 1, coco, last Jedi, etc.) I've bought from the UK. The future is definitely looking bleak for 3D. We have to hope that James Cameron will revive it with his next Avatar movies.
For all the people who are condescending to us 3D fanatics and look at it as a fad (and somehow think 4K is special), I look back with wonder at how a single movie sparked an entire 3d revolution- even if it wasn't a lasting revolution.
Was the production and implementation of 3D into home on the basis of some TV Maker manager liking how Avatar looked, or was it a sudden strong demand for something amazing?

I don't see 3D revival unless he rerevolutionizes. I don't think better 3D will spark that, I think new 3D has that potential (I.E, quality Glasses-Free, which isn't expected for Avatar 2)
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For all the people who are condescending to us 3D fanatics and look at it as a fad (and somehow think 4K is special), I look back with wonder at how a single movie sparked an entire 3d revolution- even if it wasn't a lasting revolution.
Was the production and implementation of 3D into home on the basis of some TV Maker manager liking how Avatar looked, or was it a sudden strong demand for something amazing?

I don't see 3D revival unless he rerevolutionizes. I don't think better 3D will spark that, I think new 3D has that potential (I.E, quality Glasses-Free, which isn't expected for Avatar 2)
It is pretty interesting how 3D came about, there's probably a cool article out there about it. I remember never liking 3D in theaters until I finally bought some better quality glasses on Amazon (I also have 3D Imax glasses but I don't think Imax even shows 3D movies anymore... sigh), then I was all in. I'm actually not a fan of 3D in home theater except with animation on passive 3D displays. On a UHD passive 3D display, 3D animation looks just awesome. I've bought almost all the 3D animation movies they sell here and Amazon UK, and a lot of non-animation ones too. The reason I don't like non-animation 3D is that I think with non-animation I want to watch it on a bigger screen and projectors mean active 3D which I just totally hate. Still, since it's a dying tech I figure I may as well get the movies I like on 3D in case I want to watch them at some point in 3D.

It's a shame that the TV manufacturers couldn't get their s__t together to give the 3D tech a chance to survive, that is, passive 3D for all TVs. Active 3D killed the tech and should have been just used for projectors where passive 3D was not possible/feasible (who wants to have double projectors installed), which would have been fine since PJ owners probably wouldn't mind as much the cost and hassle of active 3D glasses but since it's still a niche product (PJ) it wouldn't have mattered much. But active vs passive 3D on TVs just ruined the chance for 3D to catch on and survive.

I agree that it's not likely that the new Avatar trilogy probably won't make a difference for 3D at home, but it'll probably at least be released in 3D I suppose.
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I wrote them too. The first wreck it ralph was the first movie I brought my son to see in theater. I only buy 3d movies, otherwise I'll just netflix or amazon prime them.
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It is pretty interesting how 3D came about, there's probably a cool article out there about it. .
In this article we look for the main reasons for the rapid collapse of this emerging technology that seemed to offer such promise. The collapse was unforeseen, even by large and experienced manufacturers who invested heavily in the new technology. We try to answer the question of whether stereoscopy is not yet mature enough to meet users’ needs and will come back with more success in the future, or whether consumers are in fact satisfied with 2D images and any future 3D technology will only be a passing fashion.

https://technologyandsociety.org/why...f-stereoscopy/
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In this article we look for the main reasons for the rapid collapse of this emerging technology that seemed to offer such promise. The collapse was unforeseen, even by large and experienced manufacturers who invested heavily in the new technology. We try to answer the question of whether stereoscopy is not yet mature enough to meet users’ needs and will come back with more success in the future, or whether consumers are in fact satisfied with 2D images and any future 3D technology will only be a passing fashion.

https://technologyandsociety.org/why...f-stereoscopy/
Thanks, will definitely read that article! I'm so bummed about the death of 3D because I just love the experience of 3D (only watch animation pretty much though) on our passive 65" Sony TV. It is completely engrossing and even with ambient light your attention is totally focused on the screen because of the immersive effect that 3D provides. I just love it every single time. So bummed that 3D titles are dwindling down so you can't even find any to import at higher cost. Although Disney seems to have kicked 3D to the curb, there are still other studios still manufacturing blu-rays with them, including Illumination and maybe Dreamworks or Universal. Hope we can get at least another dozen titles before it completely becomes extinct.

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Amazon Japan is listing a 4K / 3D for sale - Preorder. Not cheap. Maybe it will show up in other territories for less?

You can search for: Ralph breaks the internet 4K 3D on the site.

Fingers crossed it pans out. Hopefully an early post can be edited with the actual URL. Maybe @dew42 can add it.


Google translate has it as: Sugar Rush: online 4K UHD MovieNEX [4K ULTRA HD + 3D + Blu-ray + digital copy + MovieNEX world] [Blu-ray] Disney

I have been checking back expecting it to drop the 3D. So far so good. Under product details:

<Product Details>
· 4K ULTRA HD Blu-ray 1 piece
· Blu-ray 3D 1 piece
· Blu-ray 2D 1 piece
· Digital Copy
· MovieNEX World
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