"Terminator 2: Judgment Day" 3D Version is in Theaters NOW!!!

I'm still working on a follow up article on the whole "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2" debacle, but it dawned on my that yesterday was August 28th, which means James Cameron's "Terminator 2: Judgment Day" is now in theaters.  There is no 2D version; Cameron REALLY wants you to see this in 3D (and future 3D re-releases he's also working on...like "Aliens")!  I figured I should make a blog post about this because while the release has been known for quite some time, I didn't realize it was opening on a Monday.  Why he decided to release this on Monday isn't clear (especially since NEXT week is Labor Day!).  That does make me concerned that the release might be overlooked, or that the movie will be gone from most theater come Friday, but in case you wanted to see it, it's out now.  I'll likely see it Thursday, and I'll have a full review written for Friday.

Also, it should be mentioned that "Leap!" is NOT in 3D!  I have no idea if it was projected in 3D overseas, but for some reason I was under the impression the movie was supposed to be in 3D.  Whether it was made that way or not, American's didn't get that version (if it existed at all), so we just need to make that clear.


  1. jbmonster said...:

    Thanks for the heads-up!
    FYI your links are not working on top (best 3-D / worst 3-D). Only missing on 3-D is working. I'm new to this blog.

  1. davidbe said...:

    Leap was made in 3D and it has been available on Blu-ray 3D since June under the title Ballerina, but only in Germany and Spain (Region 2 locked), both of which include an English audio track. I have a copy and it is quite good in 3D.

    German version:
    Spanish version:

  1. Yeah, thanks...I'm working on fixing that very soon.

  1. Welcome to the blog, btw! Nice to have new visitors!

  1. jbmonster said...:

    I utilize a projector in my Home Theater. News out of the IFA in Berlin today is quite positive w/ JVC continuing to promote 3-D in their 2018 projectors.

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