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These are the kind of posts that pollute Blu-Ray.com

And since you have to neither read nor post in this thread, I'd say you are the kind of guy who pollutes threads.

Art
post #122 of 139
Zing!
post #123 of 139
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Originally Posted by Greg_R_STL View Post

On one hand, you have a point. On the other, what's worse, 'favorite' threads, or endless bickering by the same 5 people about what a blu-ray transfer should look like?

How about threads about whether people like or hate letterboxing!!!!!!
post #124 of 139
Robocop
City of Lost Children
Blade Runner
2001 A Space Odyssey
Time Bandits


(Sleeper, Woody Allen, 1973 would be on this list if available)
Edited by howietawny - 10/10/12 at 8:04pm
post #125 of 139
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Originally Posted by Art Sonneborn View Post

And since you have to neither read nor post in this thread, I'd say you are the kind of guy who pollutes threads.
Art

How does a phaser sound when fired?!!! Awesome response! Now we need a new thread. 5X's 20 top Sci Fi (shouldn't it be SyFy?! rolleyes.gif) Blu Ray movies!

No one has mentioned Terminater, The Sarah Connor Chronicles.

Jeff
post #126 of 139
The Fifth Element
The Island
Equilibrium
The Matrix
Sunshine



Minority Report didn't make the list, but that's because I haven't watched it as much as the movies above.
post #127 of 139
Blade Runner
Alien
Aliens
Avatar
Prometheus
post #128 of 139
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Originally Posted by tkbryant View Post

Blade Runner
Alien
Aliens
Avatar
Prometheus
Ridley Scott and James Cameron.....well, they are pals.wink.gif
post #129 of 139
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Originally Posted by pronghorn/az View Post

No one has mentioned Terminater, The Sarah Connor Chronicles.
It was mentioned once back in post #84, http://www.avsforum.com/t/1432440/what-are-your-top-5-sci-fi-blu-rays-of-all-time/60#post_22471252

I was assuming this was meant for movies, but if we're also including TV shows, I'll have to give serious consideration to BSG, T:TSCC, SGA, SGU, and many others that I wish were on BD for my top 5 list.

And I'm also wondering if I should move Prometheus into my top 5 list. I watched it in 3D last night, and it is growing on me. I caught several things that I missed when I watched it in the theater earlier this year.

A top 5 list is such a difficult decision for a sci-fi junkie like myself.
post #130 of 139
Alien
Moon
Blade Runner
Children of Men
The Fifth Element................



12 Monkeys
Alien 3
Akira
Ghost in the Shell
T2
post #131 of 139
Matrix
GATTACA
I Am Number 4
Serenity
Source Code
post #132 of 139
In no particular order:

Alien
War Of The Worlds (first version)
This Island Earth
Blade Runner
The Fifth Element
post #133 of 139
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Originally Posted by JohnAV View Post

Star Wars IV
Avatar extended version
Fifth Element remastered
Alien
The Matrix

Solid list
post #134 of 139
Avatar
Alien(s)
Terminators
Matrix
Pandorum
post #135 of 139
"of all time" I'm not sure, but "currently" wink.gif, here goes (in no particular order, and based on the overall Blu-ray presentation *and* the fact that I like these movies quite much):

- 2001
- Tron Legacy
- Alien Anthology (the whole package)
- Forbidden Planet
- Prometheus (technically perfect, and well, I'm in the "the movie is great" camp tongue.gif)

...Yet I should add:
- Avatar EE
- Blade Runner
- 12 Monkeys
- Planet Of The Apes (Heston)
- The Matrix Trilogy

There's still more, but not now... wink.gif
post #136 of 139
Top five huh? Well, that's hard but I can try to narrow it down (in no particular order):

1a. Star Trek II: TRoK
2a. Contact
3a. Blade Runner
4a. Alien / Aliens (interchangeable as they are the only two Alien films I believe to exist in that universe. The rest are a blight upon the franchise)
5a. Back to the Future / Cloverfield (wildly different films but again, interchangeable for various reasons)

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An honorable mention top five would be (in no particular order either):

1b. Star Ship Troopers
2b. Star Trek VIII: First Contact
3b. Children of Men
4b. 2010
5b. Close Encounters of the Third Kind

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And because I can't seem to stop trying to place these in my top five:

1c. Avatar
2c. The Matrix
3c. Stargate
4c. Spaceballs (hey it counts! lol)
5c. A.I. (inspite of the ridiculous ending. That movie had style in spades)
Edited by pcweber111 - 10/21/12 at 12:07am
post #137 of 139
In no special order:

Contact
Solaris (the original, not the horrid remake)
Galaxy Quest
Star Wars IV
Star Trek IV

I'd include The Man From Earth, but I'm not sure it's really sci-fi.
post #138 of 139
Metropolis (1927)
Frankenstein (1931)
Island of Lost Souls (1932)
The Invisible Man (1933)
Bride of Frankenstein (1935)
post #139 of 139
Of coarse there are "5" classic SciFi flicks; I'll be EDweird bout it tho:
5. "Beneath The Planet of the Apes"
4. "A Clockwork Orange"
3. "Rollerball"
2. "Road Warrior"
1. "AlterED States"

I know... not THAT weird... just not '2001', 'Close Encounters', 'SW', etc...
really like "Stargate (theatrical)" as well!
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