According to retailer information, Paramount Home Entertainment will release The Last Airbender 3D on November 16, making it the studio's first 3D Blu-ray release not exclusively bundled with 3D hardware. However, it will be a retailer exclusive, initially available only at Best Buy. Suggested retail price for this multi-disc set is $39.99; other release details are unavailable at this time.
if only i gave a crap about 3D.. and this movie. the actors were fine but they had a horrible script to work with. don't see myself paying more than $5 for this movie
but i agree, it's one thing to do retail exclusives but it's an entirely different thing to do movies exclusive to a player, then people can't get what they want. yet they want the format to grow. retail is smarter, however i'd be fine if they only did hardware exclusives so studios would let go of this stupid 3D fade.. lol
Not a big fan of this film. Luckily this is just one of 9 3D titles being released on the 16th. Also, I think it's a little extreme to proclaim the 3D format as a failure just because you don't like some of the titles available on the format.
Blu-ray didn't even have all the studios on board when it first started out. It takes time to roll out a new format... Patience is a virtue.
The only exclusives that should be tolerated are special packaging exclusives.
Any movie not released to all retailers hurts Blu-ray adoption. I will never buy a retailer exclusive movie, the whole thing sucks.
I remember when films like Click and Little Man were coming out on the new Blu-ray format and some naysayers were screaming about how they would somehow kill the fledgeling format. Sounds pretty stupid now doesn't it?
Well most of us think saying a title released on a new format killing it sounds stupid anyway.
There is no point in getting the 3D version cause there is NO 3D in it. The only thing that pops out is the fire sparks at the beginning title. Yep that's it. I saw this movie in 3D in theaters, and it was a let down. I would was't the money on 3D anything, because it is going die out and die hard.
Not only does this movie suck horribly, but count me as another person not interested in the 3-D hype. 3-D is a fun option to have a good time at the movies, but it's really bothersome that some people might actually want 3-D to become the standard. Yeah, I'd just love not being able to watch my movies until I first reach for glasses. And, of course, it's not any good unless that fly buzzing around the actor's head jumps out at me and fools me into thinking it's buzzing around me. Woo-hoo!!