Inside Out (2015): "Congratulations San Francisco! You've ruined pizza!" Disney's animated movie about emotions is a complete joy to watch. The Atmos soundtrack is pretty awesome as well. I'm sure that once I have a good 4K display in my HT, the HDR will also measure up. Sweet Land (2005): I continued with my list of Messy Love Stories with this quiet little, low budget gem about homesteading immigrants in 1920s Wisconsin. Someone here on HTF first directed me to this movie years ago, but I've forgotten who it was. Elizabeth Reaser and Tim Guinee have a strong supporting cast and a charming story to help them along. It's currently free on Prime. What Dreams May Come (1998): 21 years ago this movie was absolutely trailblazing with its innovative use of digital imaging. To make things better, it made purposeful use of it. Adapted from a Richard Matheson novel, this is an ambitious, philosophical, religious, metaphysical and often gut wrenching exploration of grief, guilt, mental illness, Heaven, Hell, and of course, love. If that sounds like a complete mess, a lot of viewers came away with exactly that impression. I've always found it rather fascinating. The ill advised, tacked on movie ending is a little out of place, though.