What Websites Have Comprehensive Lists of 3D Blu-Ray Movies?


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Blu-Ray.com and Wikipedia.org are two examples of websites that provide organized lists of 3D Blu-ray DVDs. Additional information such as release dates is also provided.

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Blu-Ray.com provides lists of 3D Blu-ray movies in several different organizational options such as release date, title, production year, popularity and collections. Users may read additional information pertaining to individual movies by clicking on the cover image in the lists. This information includes the names of the director and main cast, running time and rating.

Additionally, Blu-Ray.com features an extensive database of regular Blu-ray DVDs. Users may search for movies by genre, price and release date. Information on movies that are coming soon to Blu-ray is also provided. This website offers an application for Apple and Android mobile devices. Users may also opt to sign up for the email list, which sends deals for Blu-ray movies.

The list available on Wikipedia.org is organized by release date, starting with the earliest releases. These early releases include "Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs," "Clash of the Titans" and "Disney's A Christmas Carol," which all were released in 2010. Release dates for countries other than the United States are also provided for select movies. These countries include France, Germany, the United Kingdom and Japan.

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