questionswhat are some "can't miss" blu ray's i should get?

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I'm still not sure where this question is going, but I would suggest choosing some movies on DVD that you like and buying those on blu-ray. A "top ten list" would be way too subjective.

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At quick glance, almost all the blu-rays on my top 10 list are either animated or sci-fi movies or television series with some variation of "Future" or "Star" in the title, LOL!

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I made sure to get The Life of Pi, The Cell, Hero (Jet Li), and Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon on blu-ray, as those are the most beautiful movies I have ever seen. If I collected National Geographic films I'd want them on blu-ray for the same reason. But I dislike the sharpness of blu ray for regular viewing where what I am mostly looking at are the interactions of humans. It looks like a soap opera or documentary to me. I suppose I will eventually get used to it, but for now I really don't care to see the pores and nostril hairs of the actors, thanks.

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If it is both a movie you really love and a movie that is very visual, go for it.

Some of my favorite blu-rays: Lord of the Rings, Dark City, The Fifth Element, Blade Runner, Leon The Professional.

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Fight Club, Pulp Fiction, Indiana Jones, The Expendables...

I'm on the couch and can't bother to look at my collection...

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Top ten? Let's see. Lord of the Rings. Life of Pi (3D), Avatar (3D), Dark Knight Trilogy, Matrix Trilogy, Harry Potter Collection, Avengers (3D), and just for the visuals - Inception, What Dreams May Come, and Beasts of the Southern Wild. In the future, the Hobbit Trilogy. (I would love to see Lawrence of Arabia in a higher definition some day as well, it may be out, but I haven't seen it). Anything with great visuals plays better as Blue Ray on a big screen.

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Just picked up Alien Anthology for $18.99. Awesome set!

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But what movies are a must-buy for my Ray-Ray player?

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If you have a good sound system, the Serenity Blu-Ray really makes use of it.