Best sounding DVD's ??

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  1. Bolivar G

    Bolivar G Second Unit

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    What are the best sounding DVD's ? That realy work out your system and you can show off to ppl [​IMG] I want to see if I have most of them or missing some.
    Ones that I can think of are ,
    Blade2
    LOTR
    Saving private ryan
    Fast and the Furious
    SW:TPM
    Jurassic Park
     
  2. Kyle McKnight

    Kyle McKnight Cinematographer

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  3. Neil Joseph

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    Kyle is right.
    Since the search can yield a lot of results, here are a few threads that I pulled up...
    http://www.hometheaterforum.com/htfo...unding+AND+DVD
    http://www.hometheaterforum.com/htfo...unding+AND+DVD
    http://www.hometheaterforum.com/htfo...unding+AND+DVD
    http://www.hometheaterforum.com/htfo...unding+AND+DVD
    My personal favourites include...
    - Titan A.E.
    - Toy Story 2
    - FOTR
    - Gladiator
    - Titanic
    - Vartical Limit SB
    - The Perfect Storm
    - The Matrix
    - The Fifth Element SB
    - Terminator 2 UE
    - The Phantom Menace
    - Independence Day
    - A Bug's Life
    - Monsters Inc
    - The Iron Giant
    - The Lost World
    - Planet Of The Apes (2000)
     
  4. Vince Maskeeper

    Vince Maskeeper Producer

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    This topic is also discussed greatly in the FAQ AND PRIMER we've created for new members. You will find a link to this document in my sig file, and it contains a wealth of info which you might find helpful.
    -Vince
     
  5. Dan Kaplan

    Dan Kaplan Stunt Coordinator

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    One that I don't think I've ever seen mentioned whenever this topic comes up is The Mexican. Something about the style and impact of the soundtrack puts a smile on my face every time. The bullets falling from the sky get the lights blinking on my amps like few other soundtracks have managed to (at reasonable volume). [​IMG]
    Dan
     
  6. Kevin M

    Kevin M Producer

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    You know...it's funny, but when I suggested in a recent thread that someone try a search before starting up a new thread on a topic that already had three threads dedicated to it*, I was told by this fellow that this wasn't my site and didn't I have anything better to do....(shrugs shoulders) some people don't take friendly advice very well.[​IMG]
    * And I noticed that not only had he participated in one of these other threads but his question had already been answered in that other thread before he started a new thread with the very same question. [​IMG]
     
  7. Kyle McKnight

    Kyle McKnight Cinematographer

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    Kevin, I inform a lot of people of the SEARCH function. The admins can't be around all the time, and the more times people see it mentioned, the more likely they are to remember it. I always feel like a thread bully though.
     
  8. Aaron Garman

    Aaron Garman Second Unit

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    Hello all. Check out Lord of the Rings for all out sonic perfection. If you're the quiet type, go for something subtle like The Sixth Sense in DTS or From Hell in DTS. They all will not dissapoint you.

    AJ Garman
     

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