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This Blu-ray disc will play on standard Blu-ray players & 3D Blu-ray players. To watch this movie in Blu-ray 3D, you will need a 3D-capable television and a 3D-capable Blu-ray player.
A boy dreams of flying and grows up to make those dreams real. Eleven-year-old Zac (Michael Cera, Juno, Superbad) is constantly inventing flying machines with the help of his friend Laura. As the two grow up they separate, but both become pilots. Sixteen years later, while visiting Laura at her aerial mechanics shop in Arizona, Zac is challenged to an aerobatic duel by a rival. The result is a thrilling flying sequence over the Grand Canyon. Filmed in 3D, ULTIMATE G'S: ZAC'S FLYING MACHINE puts you in the front seat of an Extra 300 aerobatic monoplane. Pilots from the Air Combat Canada airshow team, and the world aerobatic champion, engage in solo flight, dog fights, formation and aerobatic flying.
not what i expected was ok for 3d would have thought imax would have done a better jobPublished 15 days ago by mark l west
Dumb plot obviously force-fitted to demonstrate 3d motion from stunt airplanes. Wish I'd taken advice of other reviewers and not wasted my money.Published 2 months ago by lyle weiman
Great aerial footage, great 3D but the story line is silly and even a little annoying. I thought, that anyone who would buy this type of video would be fine with a zero story... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Frank P
A very lame story line and the 3-D effects were less than spectacular😒Published 7 months ago by Tony Roberson
I read a bunch of reviews praising this movie before I decided to buy it. Those guys must have watched this while under the influence of some mind-altering substance, like alcohol... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Ron Cork
excellent product. I recommend.
This is something practical, useful and excellent quality.
reached the expectations. Received without any defect or failure.
This movie is unwatchable. The story is terrible, the acting is even worse. If it wasn't in 3D, I'm not sure if it would have even popped up on my radar. Read morePublished on May 8, 2013 by Aaron Bachler