We have 9-year-olds in the family, so Resident Evil is out of the running. I checked out the UK Amazon site and their prices on 3D movies, in general, are better (especially if you don't get dinge for any duties/taxes -- not sure how that works but if it's under $30 what are the chances of incurring these fees?) As well, they have some movies that only have the 3D disc, and skip the 2D blu ray and the DVD -- that's got to drive the prices up. They also had some links for some sponsored sellers and I saw many selling Avatar-3D at various prices (some were links to eBay auctions though).
The Arrival starring Charlie Sheen
The 36th Chamber of Shaolin
An Empress and the Warriors (Donnie Yen)
5 Deadly Venoms
Fearless plus another Jet Li movie
Legend of Drunken Master (Jackie Chan)
Read on another forum that Costco has 3D blu rays of Captain America, Thor and Green Lantern on for $25. I'll check out my local store later -- if true, I'll pick up Captain America. Haven't seen it, heard it was decent, still don't have a 3D movie (other than the coral reef one) to go with my 3D TV.
Well, I got Captain America 3D blu-ray, for $25. There were a few titles at $25 and a few more at $28.
Also just saw the Future Shop flyer and they are advertising $10 off on 3D blu-rays (selected, I'd bet) with a trade in of a DVD. They say *any* DVD. So there are some titles that can be had for $20 after the trade in.
They also have non-3D blu rays that have a $5 trade in discount.
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I do realize that Never Say Never Again is not included....
On that topic, does anyone have any idea why the blu-ray for that movie is so super rare? I don't understand why they would go to the trouble to produce the movie on blu-ray and then discontinue (if it is in fact discontinued) it so quickly. The prices I've seen for it on auction sites are a bit ridiculous.