Well, a Mac Mini hooked up to a 52" LCD, with an Aiwa 5:1 sound system played the 1080p 2D extended version of mine just fine. No 3D TV, no Blu-Ray player, no horny paper headache-maker glasses, no physical media whatsoever, just a nice clean .mkv file. I paid more for the popcorn, VPN and Internet than the Pocahontis, er, Dances With Wolves remake.
Like, how big is the market for 3D? Don't you need a 3D TV, and the high-end headache maker goggles? So, not only did they limit the target audience, they waited 3 years to release it? And they call that a business model?
And then they are absolutely baffled why people download it for free.
jfc you are sickening, in what reality does the hammer maker get paid for every swing, or cabinet maker for every drawer opened? Oh, that's right, your bs applies to imaginary property, where hammers and cabinets actually exist.
And before you whine freetard, I make content, I write software for a living, and yet I don't get paid for every login. Normal people have to make more hammers, cabinets and software.
My comment just flew right over your head didn't it.. I own my mom's house, she's dead, and a house in Colorado, and a house in Florida, also, my mom's house doesn't have a basement, nor have I lived there for 34 years,.. I just rent it out now, and I STILL file share instead of paying the MAFIAA, now, with that in mind, ask yourself why I still refuse to give any money to entertainment industries.
I don't ask for excuses from Mr. Masnick, nor do I give a fuck about your 'exclusive privilege'. When you return copyright to its' intended purpose, I will consider respecting it, until then, I'm off to download 'The Dark Knight Rises', and anything else I want, just to piss you off.
My rights cancel your privilege, have a great day.
and of course, once all that's in place, they will stop making wrist watches, and make finger watches, so they can start all over again by licensing each finger. of course, going back to the legal trough to ensure wrist watches are found infringing, and only finger watches are 'authorized'...