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2 more 3D BDs added to the release schedule

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Old 09-19-2010, 11:54 AM   #1  
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Cool 2 more 3D BDs added to the release schedule

October 5 - MY BLOODY VALENTINE - [S3D]

December 7 - ALICE IN WONDERLAND - [2D-3D]
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Old 09-19-2010, 12:47 PM   #2  
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This is good news, with more content becoming available the desire for 3D HDTVs will pick up especially if the costs go down to a reasonable level next year.

I really do think this is next big thing in home entertainment.

I plan on getting on board next year, until then I can easily live with my Panasonic 1080p plasma and Blu-Ray, HD DVD players.
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In the last few days, they have announced 11 new 3D BDs that will be available at retail
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If a film was never intended for 3D, but later converted to 3D then it shouldn't even count as an actual 3D title. It also doesn't help that the 2D to 3D conversions look beyond horrid.
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Originally Posted by HD Goofnut View Post
If a film was never intended for 3D, but later converted to 3D then it shouldn't even count as an actual 3D title. It also doesn't help that the 2D to 3D conversions look beyond horrid.


If the film played in theaters as a 3D film - then it's a 3D film

You can leave the goalposts right where they are.
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