Discussion in 'TV & Media' started by Trekker4747, Nov 19, 2009.
Mine was Dark Knight which is a clichéd choice but nonetheless enjoyable.
Unfortuantly my TV doesn't have HDMI on it, it's too "old."
I've got three DVD capable devices hooked to our TV (Xbox, Mac Mini, DVD player). I keep the DVD player around as it's the only one that's region switchable. Haven't made the jump to blueray yet as it means upgrading the TV first. I really can't wait for our TV to break.
I have a HD tv and use my PS3 to play DVDs. Don't have any blu-rays yet, but that could change when they become more prominent.
It's at least an HDTV though, right?
Oh, it is.
We just dumped our DVD player for a Blu-Ray player. The biggest reason was that the Blu-Ray player doubles as a network box for bringing streaming Netflix movies to our TV. Better (and cheaper) than On-Demand Pay-Per-View.
I did buy Star Trek on Blu-Ray and it's beautiful in HD
My first was Chronos, an IMAX film. It's my favorite IMAX film ever. I got its Blu-Ray before I got a player to run it on. I just knew I wanted that disc. And it's one of the most beautiful Blu-Rays I have ever owned. You'd never know that the film is over 20 years old, it looks brand new.
I was joking, in case anyone couldn't tell. I don't think Revenge of the Nerds is even on Blu-ray. I can't even remember what my first Blu-ray was. I guess it would be Ricky Bobby by default since it came with the PS3, but otherwise it might've been Black Hawk Down and The Prestige.
My first Blu-Ray was Fringe!
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