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Old 08-08-14, 04:09 AM
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Which physical stores have the best selection of Imax film Blu-rays

I'm looking for the 40 minute indie ones like "The Discoverers" and "The Living Sea". I live in Massachusetts. So if anyone from that area knows the best stores for those type of Blu-Rays let me know. This can include second hand stores too.
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Old 08-09-14, 08:40 AM
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Re: Which physical stores have the best selection of Imax film Blu-rays

This probably would get more responses in the Blu-ray forum. I see a lot of the IMAX DVDs in stores, the BDs are a rarer sight. If you have a BJ's Warehouse club near you, they've carried IMAX BDs in the past.
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Old 08-09-14, 09:12 AM
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Re: Which physical stores have the best selection of Imax film Blu-rays

Usually a museum gift shop will have a wide selection of overpriced Imax films if theres an Imax theater attached to the museum. If you live near Boston, you should easily fing at least one such place.
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Old 08-09-14, 05:56 PM
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Re: Which physical stores have the best selection of Imax film Blu-rays

I don't live near Boston that's the problem. I'm at the other end of Massachusetts so the only stores are retail chains. There are some museums near me and if they sell some but are expensive then it's not worth it. I might prefer getting a whole box set of Imax films on blu ray online. What do you think is the best box set of Imax films on blu ray to get. Is the Imax MacGillivray Freeman 50th Anniversary worth the money to get or are there better ones out there for the value.
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