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your first ever blu ray

mine was A scanner darkly in 2008 or 2009

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IIRC mine was "Frost / Nixon", and I still haven't watched it!

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Death Race 2

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I think it may have been T2-Skynet Edition.

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Underworld 😀




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The Thing (1982)

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"Patton" on sale at Best Buy.
I read good things about it at the time.

Then years later, they remastered it.
Bought it again.

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Inception (2010)

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I think it was the '08 or '09 release of Full Metal Jacket.



He must have thought it was white boy day. It ain't white boy day, is it?

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Fantasia

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Three that came with my BD player:

Night at the Museum
Invincible
50 First Dates

As for the first I actually bought and wanted... MirrorMask, I think.

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Beauty and the Beast: Diamond Edition (2010)
To this day, most of my BD collection consists of Disney films.

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The Goonies, bought it when I first got my PS3 in 2009. Bought it as I had watched the end of it on TV that weekend and thought it would be good to have a copy. Sold it in 2011 as I hadn't watched it once.


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The Sounds of Music

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Close Encounters of the Third Kind: 30th Anniversary Ultimate Edition.

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Avatar; Extended/Collector's Edition
Inception
The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford

...picked those 3 up together my first purchase.

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Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.

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Casino Royale (2006)

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Eagle Eye, which I loved at the time for some reason.

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Young Guns back in 2009.

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Jurassic Park. Last Year. I was a late convert to Blu but I have never looked back. Seeing the T Rex attack in HD for the first time was an amazing experience!

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Scream(1996) in 2012.

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Pulp Fiction

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The Thing was one of the first ten BDs I bought, it certainly gave me a whole new perspective on it after only having seen the awful non-anamorphic DVD version previously.

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The Right Stuff. I was sick of turning over the 2-sided DVD.

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Epic (2013)


Bought it two months before I bought my first blu-ray player. I wanted some Blu-ray movies on hand for the big occasion.




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SPider-man 3. It came with my PS3.

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Can't remember my first blu-ray, it must not have been as exciting as getting that first DVD. That I remember! I got Reservoir Dogs and Basic Instinct on the same day. Both in snapper cases from Live Entertainment.

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The Hangover

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Wild Things, Cruel Intentions, Pulp Fiction, Les Miserables Patriot Games, Rob Roy.

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Avatar and V for Vendetta

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I can tell you what my first DVDS were: it was Psycho and Dazed and Confused, which I ordered online together. I still have both of them, and they’ve been repackaged since with better menus. Back then, the ne us were plain. This is when DVD players were $400.

Then the first DVDHD or whatever you call them, was Bourne Identity. For the longest time, this was obsolete, but it plays on the newer 4K players which decode nearly everything.

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