just got on the bluray trip and im impressed but as with dvd there were some right turkeys outthere does any know of the blurays
NOT to buy
Anything released by MGM is pretty appalling, and they have also stripped them of all extras in most cases. Fox BDs are very variable indeed. Online review sites are very helpful in this regard.
This is a good site for quality of video and sound on a Blu-Ray. I always have a look here before I buy.
Watching 'Rambo' as we speak.........Neither picture nor sound are anything to write home about. 'Wanted' on DVD was better in both regards. 'Rambo' is probably the quietest Blu-Ray movie I've seen too.
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Watching 'Rambo' as we speak.....
Must be a good film if you are browsing the forums at the same time
Yeah. Says it all. I hate driving all the way to Blockbuster just to walk out with nothing, so 'Rambo' it was.Have to say if you're a fan of blood 'n' guts, you'll probably enjoy it, but the story is weaker than a 8 year old schoolgirl.
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I've mentioned this in another thread but in my collection BRAM STOKER'S DRACULA and T2 are both a waste of time on RAYS OF BLU as they are no real improvement on the dvd release.
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