What film/s on dvd, have the best sound effects so far ?

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    Not sure if this is in correct forum, but with dvd's huge impact on audio standards so far, what film/s (on, or not yet on dvd) do readers currently regard as having the best sound effects (or the most brilliant combo of both sound effects and sound) so far and why (without getting into too much techno babble) ?

    If similar threads are around here or elsewhere, please give a link.
     
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    *hint* use search function
     
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    Wouldn't this go for the movie instead of the DVD?

    There's 1.0 mono movies with excellent use of sound effects (Citizen Kane) and there's 5.1 surround DTS ES movies which have bland sound.

    There's some great remixes of stereo or mono films, but many were done for theatrical, not DVD. (Wizard of Oz,
    Superman, Monty Python and the Holy Grail to name a few). In fact, most remixed-for-DVD 5.1 tracks are great, but not as active as a track such as the Superman re-release.
     

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