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Ok nerd. Try having a group of friends over to watch a 3D movie with huge goggles strapped to your face. I have a Rift, but watching full HD 3D movies on my 120" projector with friends, in person, drinking beer and eating popcorn is and will always be better than watching it in VR.
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Because 3D movies viewed with a good set of LCD glasses projected 135" or 150" on your living room wall are immersive and awesome, and consumers like me will pay extra for 3D discs, that's why!
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Why do they even try to make movies 3D? Especially when they were not filmed in 3D in the first place? Confused
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Finally get to buy it at this price. Was too lazy to go to BB before it was sold out. Hopefully Amazon will continue to match BB on other titles that are in that BB 3D thread.
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Thank you! Best Buy for me was a nightmare, drive 2 hours to pick it up in Feb.
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They need a Days Of Thunder in 3D as well. Would love to see that Aussie slipstream Cruise was talking about. If you like Top Gun you should watch it.

Since Top Gun 2 is coming, DOT2 would be nice.
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Why do they even try to make movies 3D? Especially when they were not filmed in 3D in the first place? Confused
Because 3D movies viewed with a good set of LCD glasses projected 135" or 150" on your living room wall are immersive and awesome, and consumers like me will pay extra for 3D discs, that's why!
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Why do they even try to make movies 3D? Especially when they were not filmed in 3D in the first place? https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...questioned.gif
Saw this a few times when it was re-released in IMAX, and it was awesome. The "post" 3D actually gave you perspective on how far the jets were from each other in the dogfights, etc.. not just 3D for the sake of 3D.
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Am I too optimistic to hope that this will eventually crater in price to the $3-5 range a la Pixels?

Good luck!

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RIP Val Kilmer. The Iceman was awesome.
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LCD glasses? Projectors. OK grandpa. This isn't 1999. By far the best way to watch 3D movies is in VR. By far. You can even simulate a full movie theatre experience with seats and other movie goers if you want. Yes, people communally watch movies in VR. Of course, if you hate people you can just watch it in the "void" all by yourself.

Paramount screened Top Gun 3D for free in VR a few times in the last few months.
Ok nerd. Try having a group of friends over to watch a 3D movie with huge goggles strapped to your face. I have a Rift, but watching full HD 3D movies on my 120" projector with friends, in person, drinking beer and eating popcorn is and will always be better than watching it in VR.
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...watching full HD 3D movies on my 120" projector with friends, in person, drinking beer and eating popcorn is and will always be better than watching it in VR.
Hard to argue with this.
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Cancelled my BB order that I had not picked up yet, and ordered via Amazon with slow-ship credit. Thanks, OP!
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Top Gun 3D had everything going against it. Everything.

It's a 2D movie post-converted to 3D. It's an old title that's known to be bargain bid fodder, so unlike Star Wars for example, there was certainly not going to be top budget for this conversion process. Also, it's action content is "a plane against a backdrop"--so I thought 3D was likely going to get that cardboard cutout layer effect.

Yet I have to say, it actually works extremely well. As it turns out, "planes against a blue backdrop" really benefits quite a bit from 3D.

Granted, this isn't reference-quality-knock-your-socks-off 3D like Avatar or Promethius, but it is actually one of my favorite 3D titles because it is really good in a different kind of way.

If you are a Top Gun fan and you have a 3D setup, I highly recommend this title.
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Hard to argue with this.
I will "Me too" this comment.

The larger the screen the better the 3D is. 3D on projectors are way better than 3D TVs
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