Blu-ray 3D Version of Avatar Fetching up to $400 in Second Hand Market

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keithfreitag

so i could buy the bundle with a 3d blu-ray player and glasses and then sell the movie for the same price and get a free player and glasses... Hmmm, sounds like a winner there. :)

Steve Jobs is the Devil and will sell you the same movie for $1600 for your non blu-ray PowerMac

 

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keithfreitag

So i read up on the bundle at Panasonic's website. No where does it mention a 3d blu-ray player included with the bundle so in that case, this looses bc why do i want just glasses?

 

Steve Jobs is the Devil and when asked about how come Mac users don't see 3-d on their Mac's, he says they are watching it wrong! :)

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jgrimoldy

Sounds pretty sensible, actually.  I s'pose everyone really wins (though, you win more)

 

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jgrimoldy

It's not that Avatar was a bad movie.  It was a nice big ole' slab o' eye candy.  Beyond that, it was pretty ho-hum.  Interesting in its premise, yet trite in the plot devices.  If we're talkin' 3-D Cameron flicks, I think I'd rather see ANYTHING ELSE (except for Piranha) that he did in 3-D at home than this.

Unlike most of Cameron's other flicks, I think Avatar has very little re-watch benefit.  I'd rather see Kramer vs. Kramer or 12 Angry Men in 3-D than watch this snoozefest again.

 

 

 

 

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TheQuietShadow

Come on, It's a new generation. How easy would it be for you to get your teen ager to sit down long enough to watch Dances With Wolves? It's old, boring, and not in 3D...lol. It was a good movie with great graphics and tells a great story. So what if they borrowed from DWW, would you have rather them remake the move with kevin costner?

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TechW

People, say it with me: "No movie is worth $400"... Repeat as necessary.

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lunchbox73

That movie was the biggest POS I've see in years. Nothing but Dances with Wolves - in space! In 3D! Big evil greedy corporation run by white man supresses poor blue natives. Lefty crap. I'm suprised they didn't call the company Walmartianium and give the military guy in charge the last name Bush.

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