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post #61 of 175
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Originally Posted by av.pallino View Post

I thought we had dodged a bullet when our local Best Buy was out of Twilight Blu Rays. Unfortunately my wife found it over the weekend and she ended up watching it over the weekend - again! One of the worst movies if you ask me. I hope this does not turn into a series because I don't think I can take my wife or anyone at home doing a back to back of this

Sorry to be the bearer of bad news. New movie is shooting and will be out this fall. Called New Moon.
post #62 of 175
Kung Fu Panda
Wall-E
Iron Man
post #63 of 175
Starship Troopers.

Also, Transformers is my most viewed HD DVD.

When those darn Star Trek movies finally get released next month, TMP will likely succeed Troopers as my most-viewed BD.
post #64 of 175
While I am a big movie fan, music is where my heart truly is. Here are my favorites:

1. Jewel:The Essential Live Songbook. Whether you are a fan of hers or not, this is truly reference Hd audio and video material. I listen to this by far more than any other.
2. The Police
3. Dave Mathews & Tim Reynolds
4. John Mayer
5. Roy Orbison-Black & White Night

I am very anxiously awaiting Diana Krall's release next month.
Also I own the Eagles Farewell 1 Tour on HD DVD and I am waiting for that to come out on Blu so I can sell my HD DVD player. This is also reference material no doubt!
post #65 of 175
1. The Dark Knight
2. Casino Royale
3. Mr. & Mrs. Smith
4. From Dusk Till Dawn
5. Pulp Fiction
post #66 of 175
I recently got into bluray and own 6 movies but the ones I saw more than once are The Dark Knight and Quantum of Solace.

Three more coming on their way, can't wait.
post #67 of 175
Band of Brothers (seriously, can weapons sound any more realistic than this movie?)

Hellboy 2 (awesome presentation)
post #68 of 175
Bourne Trilogy
The Dark Knight
Iron Man
300
Quantum of Solice
Casino Royale
Black Hawk Down

damn there is more! but thats enough lol
post #69 of 175
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Originally Posted by tbass2k View Post

Band of Brothers (seriously, can weapons sound any more realistic than this movie?)

IMO, Band of Brothers looks and sounds fantastic -- incredible sound track!
post #70 of 175
1. Kung Fu Panda
2. Tropic Thunder
3. Step Brothers
4. Shawshank Redemption
5. U-571
post #71 of 175
The Fifth Element
Blade Runner
Riddick
Wall-e
The Dark Knight
The Matrix Trilogy
post #72 of 175
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Originally Posted by JaylisJayP View Post

Not too proud to admit this, but of the 372 blu-ray and 166 HD DVDs that I own, Hairspray is by far and away - not even in the same ballpark - the most watched movie. My wife and kids like the music and she puts it on all the time.


Guilty pleasure for me too along with Dreamgirls, Chicago, Across the Universe, Ray,Phantom, and dare I say it....Mama Mia.
post #73 of 175
The Dark Knight
Spiderman 1 and 2
Iron Man
Incredible Hulk
Any Pixar movie
post #74 of 175
*Phantom of the Opera
*both Batman movies
*both Fantastic Four movies
*Devil Wears Prada
*Band of Brothers
* Iron Man
post #75 of 175
Goodfellas
Casino
Forgetting Sarah Marshall
Donnie Darko
There Will Be Blood
Babel
post #76 of 175
Pearl Harbor
V for Vendetta
Transformers
Get Smart
Tears of the Sun
Blade Runner

I chuckle looking at this list. None of these actually look all that great, but they're the ones I felt worthy of purchase (which ain't many).
post #77 of 175
I forgot

those damn Kubrick movies

The Shining (and I hate horror genre)
Clockwork Orange
Full Metal Jacket

not the greatest picture quality
but great probing stuff from the master


and
Criterion - The Man Who Fell to Earth


I'm waiting for American Beauty, High Fidelity (I'm Cuzack) and Amelie
post #78 of 175
1) Transformers
2) Iron Man
3) The Incredible Hulk
4) The Dark Knight
5) Crank

There'd be more diversity if I actually had time to sit down and watch all of the titles I had.

For these titles, I went back and bookmarked a bunch of my favourite scenes and just re-watch those over and over again
post #79 of 175
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Originally Posted by friedriceballer View Post

1) Transformers
2) Iron Man
3) The Incredible Hulk
4) The Dark Knight
5) Crank

"The Dark Knight" should be on everyone's "most viewed" list. If not, then you shall be burned at the stake!
post #80 of 175
Fifth Element(Cajillions of times)
Happily N'ever After
Transformers
Pirates of the Carribean
Kung Fu Panda
post #81 of 175
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Originally Posted by audiotomb View Post

I forgot

those damn Kubrick movies

The Shining (and I hate horror genre)
Clockwork Orange
Full Metal Jacket

not the greatest picture quality
but great probing stuff from the master


and
Criterion - The Man Who Fell to Earth


I'm waiting for American Beauty, High Fidelity (I'm Cuzack) and Amelie

High Filedlity can't get here soon enough!
post #82 of 175
1) The Dark Knight
2) Kill Bill 1 & 2
3) Man On Fire
4) Live Free or Die Hard
5) Apocalypto
6) Pan's Labyrinth
7) Prince Caspian
8) Kung Fu Panda
9) Bolt
10) Ratatouille
post #83 of 175
The Dark Knight
Universal Soldier
Cars
Death Race
post #84 of 175
Get Smart
post #85 of 175
Ratatouille
The Fifth Element
Dr. No
Deja Vu
Live Free of Die Hard
Pan's Labyrinth
Wanted
post #86 of 175
Transformers - just alot of fun, no hard thinking required, all of my friends like it

Iron Man - same as transformers

Casino Royale - excellent movie

Band of Brothers - Episode 2 Day of Days

Chuck Season 1
post #87 of 175
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Originally Posted by xraffle View Post

"The Dark Knight" should be on everyone's "most viewed" list. If not, then you shall be burned at the stake!

I got rid of it to make certain noone else would come to my house and ask to watch it.

I much preferred Michael Keaton and Val Kilmer as Batman. CG or no CG.
post #88 of 175
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Originally Posted by K-Spaz View Post

I got rid of it to make certain noone else would come to my house and ask to watch it.

I much preferred Michael Keaton and Val Kilmer as Batman. CG or no CG.

Still living in the 80's I see.
post #89 of 175
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Originally Posted by K-Spaz View Post

I got rid of it to make certain noone else would come to my house and ask to watch it.

I much preferred Michael Keaton and Val Kilmer as Batman. CG or no CG.

"Different strokes for different folks."

Personally, I love The Dark Knight and I don't believe ANY of the old Batman movies can hold a candle to it, whether one compares the acting, the PQ, the AQ, and especially the substance (the Dark Knight is MUCH MORE believable and I don't miss the "cartoon element" one iota).
post #90 of 175
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Originally Posted by K-Spaz View Post

I got rid of it to make certain noone else would come to my house and ask to watch it.

Why?
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