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post #16 of 96 (permalink) Old 2012-06-24, 04:52 PM
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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).
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Most 3D movies at amazon uk are not zone A compatible. Becareful what you buy.

In the GTA you can find many vendors sell legitimate Avatar 3D for $30 (albeit Asian edition making navigating through the disc a bit tricky)

3D movies are a pain to buy but FS and BB often have 3D sales where you can buy quite a number of 3D movies for $20 Tbut never Disney).

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I found a search (on amazon . co . uk) for "Blu-ray 3D Region Free" works quite well.
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Walmart is currently selling a 5 movie BR set for around $35 (or maybe $38)...includes Christopher Nolan directed movies such as Memento, Inception, The Dark Knight, Batman Begins, and Insomnia.

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Wow. All superb films. If I didn't own all of them already, I'd jump on that set!

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Coraline 3D Combo

Coraline 3D Combo at Amazon.ca for 9.99
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Walmart is currently selling a 5 movie BR set for around $35 (or maybe $38)...includes Christopher Nolan directed movies such as Memento, Inception, The Dark Knight, Batman Begins, and Insomnia.

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It's $32.99 at futureshop

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HMV has selected BR's...4 for $20 or $7.99 each.

Selection includes:

Rounders
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)

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ST:TNG Season 1 Bluray

Now available (released tomorrow, July 24th) at Amazon (dot) com.

Star Trek: The Next Generation, season 1 Bluray on sale for $59.99 (US).
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Not sure if it is a great price but I saw Costco has the Bourne Trilogy BD for $30.
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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.
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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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Today Only - August 20, 2012 - The Bourne Trilogy @ $23.99

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Today only: 59% off "The Bourne Trilogy". Offer valid on August 20, 2012. Applies only to purchases of products sold by Amazon.ca, and does not apply to products sold by third-party merchants and other sellers through the Amazon.ca site. Offer available only while supplies last. Limited to three per customer.
CDN$ 23.99 & eligible for FREE Super Saver Shipping on orders over CDN$ 25.
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Costco currently has Bond-50 (the complete 22 movie collection) for $169.99.

I do realize that Never Say Never is not included...but if you haven't already picked up most of the single bluray disks...then this is a must.

Just an FYI...they have also left a spot for Skyrim...
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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.
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