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Old 09-08-2016, 03:25 AM
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Default Pete's Dragon 3D Coming Late 2016....

again, as an India import. Looks to be in December

https://rahulandi.com/blue-ray/ameri...3d-bluray.html
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The quality of these?
USA/UK 3D is usually stellar, Germany and surrounding areas somewhat mediocre, so India ???
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The quality of these?
USA/UK 3D is usually stellar, Germany and surrounding areas somewhat mediocre, so India ???
I bought The Finest Hours 3D blu from this seller. Quality is fine (to my eyes) and he is a fast shipper. Very reputable.
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Old 09-12-2016, 10:28 AM
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The quality of these?
USA/UK 3D is usually stellar, Germany and surrounding areas somewhat mediocre, so India ???
The reason so many German 3D discs suck is because they're converted to 3D in-house by the German studio using the same type of real-time conversion chip found in many 3D TVs. Those are for movies that were never previously 3D, but the label's trying to make a quick buck off them by repackaging them in that format.

Pete's Dragon had a professional 3D conversion by Disney for the theatrical release. The movie may have even been filmed with 3D in mind. This Indian Blu-ray appears to be from Disney. Very different situation.
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So next question would be exactly how much is it worth? Final cost, shipped?
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So next question would be exactly how much is it worth? Final cost, shipped?
Well...according to his link in the first post, he is charging $40...not including shipping so close to $50 or a little more is my best guess estimate. I know...bit steep on price!!
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