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Old 01-30-2007, 01:41 PM
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I am recent member to this forums and one of things that I would like to know is what are best Blu-Ray movies out there. I think new Blu-Ray owners would like to know what looks like the bests.

Some of the ones that I have heard are the following in no particular order
1. Kingdom of Heaven
2. X Men Last Stand
3. Corpse Bride
4. Open Season
5. Crank

I have all 5 of the above and watch all but the last one I have watch and I am impressed. I planned to watch Crank tonight.

What would be a really cool is some how have a stick that is based on Poll's that would list the top 10 Blu-Ray. I would think new customers would love this.
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Crank looked good for me as well as Swordfish, and Saw 3. Also worthy of mentioning is KoH and Ice Age:The Meltdown.
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Add Pearl Harbor & Fantastic 4 to that list as well.
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For my top list - I would replace Crank with Pearl Harbor. I can't believe I forgot that one. Pearl harbor really shows the difference of Blu-Ray. There is one scene you can actually tiny little hairs on the girls chin. Also bomb run is totally awesome. Been debating about getting Fantastic 4.
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are all BD movies region free, b/c i wanted to buy a movie from amazon.de, it would work, in America, right?
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Not all Blu-ray disks are region free. I use this website to find out which ones are region coded and which are not. Use it at your own discretion though.
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