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Old 06-02-2012, 02:35 PM   #1  
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Default DISNEY PIXAR is releasing Nemo 3D Amazon taking pre-orders with $8. coupon

Disney' & PIXAR have agreed to release Nemo 3D in 12/12 pre-orders are now being taken with an $8.00 off coupon at bluray.com
great deal because Amazon always adjust $$ based on market prices but the $8.00 coupon expires.
This has been a much anticipated release in Blu, but now also in 3D
It's a 5 disc package.

See here http://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Findin...Blu-ray/38766/
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Old 06-03-2012, 03:26 AM   #2  
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The 3D pack is cheaper with coupon than the pack without 3D
I wonder if the coupon will work for both?
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The 3D pack is cheaper with coupon than the pack without 3D
I wonder if the coupon will work for both?
This is how Disney get the numbers higher for the set that will typically have lower sales.
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This is how Disney get the numbers higher for the set that will typically have lower sales.
I think the sales run for this much anticipated animated feature from Pixar will have no problem bring up Disney's numbers.
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I think the sales run for this much anticipated animated feature from Pixar will have no problem bring up Disney's numbers.
I think after years of delays and the ever dwindling market for OD, sales won't be as high as everyone thinks. Probably slightly higher than Toy Story (BD) thanks to 2+ years of additional BD player sales...but the days of big OD numbers are long gone.

However, this is one of the few movies I'l buy this year. Probably not new though. $25 for a film is overkill nowadays.
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I think after years of delays and the ever dwindling market for OD, sales won't be as high as everyone thinks. Probably slightly higher than Toy Story (BD) thanks to 2+ years of additional BD player sales...
You say sales wont be as high because of the delays. Then you say sales will be higher than TS because of 2+ years of additional hardware :/
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I think the sales run for this much anticipated animated feature from Pixar will have no problem bring up Disney's numbers.
Really? FINDING NEMO is the highest selling DVD of all time. The movie is being converted to 3D. 3D BDs don't have a history of huge sales and the number of people buying BDs of former DVDs isn't setting any records.
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Personally I thought Finding Nemo was pretty terrible compared to other pixar films, but I think it has a good chance of being more successful than Lion Kings blu ray release.
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