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The Wizard of Oz 75th Anniversary Edition 2D/3D Blu Ray £6.99 delivered @ 365 Games

£6.99 @ 365 Games
Nice stocking filler! Just 2D £4.99
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Nice stocking filler!

Just 2D £4.99
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#1
Looks like another Nordic release for those bothered about such things (no UV copy either).
#2
fuzzydunlop
Looks like another Nordic release for those bothered about such things (no UV copy either).
How can you tell? What`s the difference. Quailty? Extras?
#3
jasee
fuzzydunlop
Looks like another Nordic release for those bothered about such things (no UV copy either).
How can you tell? What`s the difference. Quailty? Extras?

Very good quality apparently...
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Wizard-75th-Anniversary-Blu-Ray/dp/B00IPL8QF2
1 Like #4
jasee
fuzzydunlop
Looks like another Nordic release for those bothered about such things (no UV copy either).
How can you tell? What`s the difference. Quailty? Extras?

The certification style on the picture is the giveaway, instead of "PG" they use a "7" rating for example .it might just be the wrong picture used though as it is a stock photo. Still English though.

Extras, unsure but probably the same . Might be just a normal English version though, it has gone this cheap before . Just pot luck I guess .

They have the 2D version on there and use this cover, which is an American cover (American films dont display certification). So could well be wrong pictures

http://img.365games.co.uk/dvd_and_bluray/bluray/films/action_and_adventure/the_wizard_of_oz_75th_anniversary_edition_1939_bluray_raw.jpg


Edited By: wiggywig on Dec 07, 2016 07:54
#5
3D is dead
#6
zoso1313
3D is dead

Not yet, but it's on it's way though
2 Likes #7
zoso1313
3D is dead
Only to those who don't have it
1 Like #8
wiggywig
jasee
fuzzydunlop
Looks like another Nordic release for those bothered about such things (no UV copy either).
How can you tell? What`s the difference. Quailty? Extras?
The certification style on the picture is the giveaway, instead of "PG" they use a "7" rating for example .it might just be the wrong picture used though as it is a stock photo. Still English though.
Extras, unsure but probably the same . Might be just a normal English version though, it has gone this cheap before . Just pot luck I guess .
They have the 2D version on there and use this cover, which is an American cover (American films dont display certification). So could well be wrong pictureshttp://img.365games.co.uk/dvd_and_bluray/bluray/films/action_and_adventure/the_wizard_of_oz_75th_anniversary_edition_1939_bluray_raw.jpg
Innteresting, thank you. The amazon also has a `7` certificate but gets blinding revues
https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/518cP-PBBDL._SX385_.jpg
#9
Lots of hot deals this morning...oO
#10
Anyone else finding payment by PayPal isn't working properly on 365games site? (There's no item description or price being passed to the PayPal site.)
3 Likes #11
zoso1313
3D is dead


​My recent purchases of Ghostbusters, The BFG, Star Trek Beyond, Finding Dory, X Men Apocalypse, Star Wars The Force Awakens, Jungle Book, Alice Through The Looking Glass, Huntsman Winter's War, Zootropolis, Warcraft and Captain America Civil War would suggest otherwise..........other recent releases that I didn't bother with include Independence Day Resurgence, Ice Age 5, Dawn of Justice, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Out of the Shadows.
Not what I would call dead.
#12
jasee
wiggywig
jasee
fuzzydunlop
Looks like another Nordic release for those bothered about such things (no UV copy either).
How can you tell? What`s the difference. Quailty? Extras?
The certification style on the picture is the giveaway, instead of "PG" they use a "7" rating for example .it might just be the wrong picture used though as it is a stock photo. Still English though.
Extras, unsure but probably the same . Might be just a normal English version though, it has gone this cheap before . Just pot luck I guess .
They have the 2D version on there and use this cover, which is an American cover (American films dont display certification). So could well be wrong pictureshttp://img.365games.co.uk/dvd_and_bluray/bluray/films/action_and_adventure/the_wizard_of_oz_75th_anniversary_edition_1939_bluray_raw.jpg
Innteresting, thank you. The amazon also has a `7` certificate but gets blinding revueshttps://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/518cP-PBBDL._SX385_.jpg

Oh don't get me wrong it's a Warner title so should be the same (fantastic) transfer, just pointing it out for those with ocd etc or are expecting the UltraViolet copy :)
#13
I heated btw
1 Like #14
Polar1
zoso1313
3D is dead
Only to those who don't have it
i have it on my TV, never use it....it's a failed tech. Just something created by greedy film studios to make more money. From a film perspective, it darkens the picture, and detracts from the experience.

No wonder Christopher Nolan refuses point blank to ever use it, he films big scenes on IMAX which is 100X more immersive than 3D will ever be.
1 Like #15
zoso1313
Polar1
zoso1313
3D is dead
Only to those who don't have it
i have it on my TV, never use it....it's a failed tech. Just something created by greedy film studios to make more money. From a film perspective, it darkens the picture, and detracts from the experience.

No wonder Christopher Nolan refuses point blank to ever use it, he films big scenes on IMAX which is 100X more immersive than 3D will ever be.


​It only darkens the picture if the theatre has it set up badly. The IMAX 3D films I have seen have done the exact opposite of detracting from the experience. It has added to it greatly. My set up at home is my pride and joy. Not dark at all. Very bright and great contrast on my LG player & TV.
Christopher Nolan has produced films in 3D btw - Man of Steel, Transcendence, and Dawn of Justice.

"IMAX is 100X more immersive than 3D" is over stating a bit !

I actually think that Interstellar would have benefitted greatly from being in 3D
#16
zoso1313
I have it on my TV, never use it....it's a failed tech.

What a silly thing to say. I have YouTube and 4K on my TV and never use them... using your argument they both must be failed tech! :p

zoso1313
Just something created by greedy film studios to make more money. From a film perspective, it darkens the picture, and detracts from the experience.

There will always be people like you who just don't get technological improvements. In the 1920s many people thought adding sound to films ("talkies") would never catch on. In the 1930s many people thought adding colour to movies was a passing fad.

You clearly haven't seen a decent 3D movie on a decent home setup; the experience is breathtaking and (literally) adds a whole new dimension to being entertained.

zoso1313
Christopher Nolan ... films big scenes on IMAX which is 100X more immersive than 3D will ever be.

A ridiculous (and false) statement. You are comparing an expensive commercial big screen experience with a tech that can be replicated for little cost in the home. And I must be imagining that my Christopher Nolan produced Batman v Superman is in 3D! ;)
#17
Zycon
zoso1313
I have it on my TV, never use it....it's a failed tech.

What a silly thing to say. I have YouTube and 4K on my TV and never use them... using your argument they both must be failed tech! :p

zoso1313
Just something created by greedy film studios to make more money. From a film perspective, it darkens the picture, and detracts from the experience.

There will always be people like you who just don't get technological improvements. In the 1920s many people thought adding sound to films ("talkies") would never catch on. In the 1930s many people thought adding colour to movies was a passing fad.

You clearly haven't seen a decent 3D movie on a decent home setup; the experience is breathtaking and (literally) adds a whole new dimension to being entertained.

zoso1313
Christopher Nolan ... films big scenes on IMAX which is 100X more immersive than 3D will ever be.

A ridiculous (and false) statement. You are comparing an expensive commercial big screen experience with a tech that can be replicated for little cost in the home. And I must be imagining that my Christopher Nolan produced Batman v Superman is in 3D! ;)

​do you even know the difference between a producer and a Director.....as a Director Nolan refuses to use 3D, as he says (rightly) it detracts from the experience. He is a World renowned auteur, so I think his argument is a little more valid than yours.....go do some research on Nolan's views, and then come back.

3D was a tech pushed by studios to make incremental margins, pushing tech on consumers, that the MAJORITY didn't want.

How do we know this? well, easy, 3D has failed miserably and is on the wind down. Now longer supported by a lot of manufacturers, and increasingly less films are using it.

Finally, I don't know why I am even defending myself to someone who thinks Batman V Superman, Mam Of Steel and Transcendence are the height of entertainment. Three utter garbage films.....

So I'll say once more so it's crystal clear, Nolan does not use 3D, will never use 3D and does not support 3D. As do a large number of respected actors & actresses. All of which are more qualified on the subject than you.....in 5 years 3D will be dead, thank God.

http://www.cinemablend.com/new/Christopher-Nolan-Speaks-Brilliantly-Against-3D-19006.html



Christopher Nolan is, quite famously, aghast with 3D; which he perceives to be an industry forced as opposed to audience led technology... basically, its only around as a way for the film industry to make more money. Nolan is a great advocate of Film, and a great critic of the machinations of the film industry that are pushing for 3-D:

"The question of 3-D is a very straightforward one," said Nolan. "I never meet anybody who actually likes the format, and it’s always a source of great concern to me when you’re charging a higher price for something that nobody seems to really say they have any great love for."

He has also been quite outspoken on how 3D visually diminishes the final content, as opposed to contributing anything aesthetic to it...

"I find stereoscopic imaging too small scale and intimate in its effect. 3-D is a misnomer. Films are 3-D. The whole point of photography is that it’s three-dimensional. The thing with stereoscopic imaging is it gives each audience member an individual perspective. It’s well suited to video games and other immersive technologies, but if you’re looking for an audience experience, stereoscopic is hard to embrace. I prefer the big canvas, looking up at an enormous screen and at an image that feels larger than life. When you treat that stereoscopically, and we’ve tried a lot of tests, you shrink the size so the image becomes a much smaller window in front of you. So the effect of it, and the relationship of the image to the audience, has to be very carefully considered. And I feel that in the initial wave to embrace it, that wasn’t considered in the slightest.”


In short - screw 3D, it a ridiculous fad, and only lapped up by people who are consumer chimps.....



Edited By: zoso1313 on Dec 08, 2016 18:12: edit
#18
zoso1313
.in 5 years 3D will be dead, thank God.

LOL at the Luddite lecture. In 5 years I guarantee I will be watching new 3D movies on my home screen. :D
#19
Zycon
zoso1313
.in 5 years 3D will be dead, thank God.
LOL at the Luddite lecture. In 5 years I guarantee I will be watching new 3D movies on my home screen. :D

you dished the lecture first pal, and a if you think 3D is new technology, you are utterly deluded, it has been around since the 80s, no one was interested then either, you keep wearing your silly specs, and convince yourself you're 'cutting edge' lmao - seriously, man, get a life....
#20
zoso1313
if you think 3D is new technology, you are utterly deluded, it has been around since the 80s,

Oh dear, do you realise how silly you are making yourself look comparing 3D from 30 years ago with new active shutter glasses and the new glasses-free 3D.

No doubt you still watch movies on a 21" CRT that needs two people to lift it? Or perhaps you have a new big modern flat screen and are deluding yourself it's new technology even though TVs have been around since the 20's? LOL :D
#21
I'm just building my 3d collection ready for psvr update

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