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    Blu-Ray DVD list and Release Dates

    thanks for the idea ender

    Currently Available

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    50 First Dates
    A Knight's Tale
    Aeon Flux
    Basic Instinct 2
    Benchwarmers
    Big Hit
    Bikini Destinations: Triple Fantasy
    Blazing Saddles
    Brothers Grimm
    Bubble
    Click
    Crash
    Dark Water
    Devil's Rejects
    Dinosaur
    Eight Below
    Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room
    Fifth Element
    Firewall
    Four Brothers
    Fugitive
    Full Metal Jacket
    Glory Road
    Gone in 60 Seconds
    Good Night, and Good Luck
    Great Raid
    Haunted Mansion
    HDNet World Report Special: Shuttle Discovery’s Historic Mission
    Hitch
    House of Flying Daggers
    House of Wax
    Into the Blue
    Italian Job
    Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back
    Kiss Kiss Bang Bang
    Lake House
    Last Waltz
    Legends of Jazz: Showcase
    Lethal Weapon
    Lethal Weapon 2
    Little Man
    Lord of War
    Memento
    Mission Impossible III
    Monster House
    Nacho Libre
    One Last Thing...
    Phantom of the Opera
    Punisher
    Reds
    Rumor Has It
    RV
    S.W.A.T.
    Sahara
    Saw
    Searchers
    Silent Hill
    Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow
    Sleepy Hollow
    Space Cowboys
    Species
    Stargate
    Stealth
    Stir of Echoes
    Swordfish
    Syriana
    Tears of the Sun
    Terminator
    Terminator 2: Judgment Day
    Tim Burton's Corpse Bride
    Title
    Tomb Raider
    Total Recall
    Training Day
    U2: Rattle and Hum
    Ultraviolet
    Under Siege
    Underworld: Evolution
    Unforgiven
    War Within
    xXx

    Upcoming Releases


    11/14/06 ATL
    11/14/06 Behind Enemy Lines
    11/14/06 Black Hawk Down BD-50
    11/14/06 Fantastic Four
    11/14/06 Kingdom of Heaven BD-50, Director's Cut
    11/14/06 Kiss of the Dragon
    11/14/06 Last Samurai
    11/14/06 Layer Cake BD-50
    11/14/06 League of Extraordinary Gentlemen
    11/14/06 Million Dollar Baby
    11/14/06 Omen (666)
    11/14/06 Speed
    11/14/06 Transporter
    11/14/06 X-Men: The Last Stand
    11/21/06 Annapolis
    11/21/06 Casanova
    11/21/06 Enemy of the State BD-50
    11/21/06 Flightplan BD-50
    11/21/06 Goal! The Dream Begins
    11/21/06 Ice Age: The Meltdown
    11/21/06 Sky High
    11/21/06 Wild
    11/22/06 Blood: The Last Vampire Japan only
    11/28/06 Ant Bully
    11/28/06 Superman II: The Richard Donner Cut
    11/28/06 Superman Returns BD-50
    11/28/06 Superman: The Movie BD-50
    11/28/06 Windtalkers
    12/5/06 A Christmas Story
    12/5/06 Architect
    12/5/06 Bulletproof Monk
    12/5/06 Flight of the Phoenix
    12/5/06 From Hell BD-50
    12/5/06 National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation
    12/5/06 Rising Sun
    12/5/06 Rocky
    12/6/06 AIR TV series, Japan only
    12/12/06 Devil Wears Prada
    12/12/06 Kung Fu Hustle
    12/12/06 Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby BD-50
    12/12/06 World Trade Center BD-50
    12/19/06 All the King's Men
    12/19/06 Invincible
    12/19/06 Lady in the Water
    12/19/06 Pearl Harbor BD-50
    12/26/06 Descent BD-50
    12/26/06 Transporter 2
    1/2/07 Covenant
    1/16/07 Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
    1/16/07 Winged Migration
    1/23/07 Alien vs. Predator
    1/23/07 Black Rain
    1/23/07 Commando
    1/23/07 Courage Under Fire
    1/23/07 Manchurian Candidate
    1/23/07 Men of Honor
    1/23/07 Saw II
    1/23/07 We Were Soldiers
    2/6/07 American Psycho
    2/6/07 Failure to Launch
    2/6/07 Rambo: First Blood
    2/6/07 Reservoir Dogs
    2/13/07 Broken Arrow
    2/13/07 Chain Reaction
    2/13/07 Entrapment
    2/13/07 Phone Booth
    2/13/07 Planet of the Apes
    2/13/07 Princess Bride
    2/13/07 Sentinel
    2/13/07 Usual Suspects



    Amityville Horror - Not yet announced, but packaging shown at CES 2006
    Armageddon -
    Bad Boys II - Not yet announced, but featured as coming soon at IFA 2006
    Basic Instinct - Not yet announced, but packaging shown at CES 2006
    Batman Begins -
    Big Fish - Not yet announced, but featured as coming soon at IFA 2006
    Bram Stoker's Dracula -
    Bridge on the River Kwai -
    Caddyshack - Not yet announced, but packaging shown at IFA 2006
    Charlie and the Chocolate Factory -
    Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle - Not yet announced, but featured as coming soon at IFA 2006
    Chicken Little - Not a launch title, to be released later in 2006
    Chronicles of Narnia - Not yet announced, but featured as coming soon at IFA 2006
    Chronos -
    Constantine -
    Crank -
    Crimson Tide - Not yet announced, but packaging shown at CES 2006
    Da Vinci Code -
    Day After Tomorrow - Not yet announced, but featured as coming soon at IFA 2006
    Desperado -
    Dukes of Hazzard -
    Dune - TV miniseries aka Frank Herbert's Dune
    Employee of the Month -
    Everest -
    Exorcism of Emily Rose -
    For a Few Dollars More -
    Gattaca -
    Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence - Japan only
    Goodfellas - Not yet announced, but packaging shown at CES 2006
    Green Mile - Not yet announced, but Warner has stated that they will release all their titles in both formats
    Guns of Navarone -
    Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire - Not yet announced, but Warner has stated that they will release all their titles in both formats
    Hero -
    Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy - Not yet announced, but packaging shown at IFA 2006
    Hostel -
    Ice Age -
    Incredibles - Not yet announced, but packaging shown at CES 2006
    Independence Day - Not yet announced, but featured as coming soon at IFA 2006
    Kill Bill Vol. 1 -
    King Arthur - Not yet announced, but packaging shown at CES 2006
    Ladder 49 -
    Lawrence of Arabia - Not yet announced, but featured as coming soon at IFA 2006
    Legends of the Fall -
    Master and Commander - Not yet announced, but featured as coming soon at IFA 2006
    Matrix -
    Matrix Reloaded - Not yet announced, but packaging shown at CES 2006
    Mission Impossible - Not a launch title, to be released later in 2006
    Mission Impossible II - Not a launch title, to be released later in 2006
    Moulin Rouge - Not yet announced, but featured as coming soon at IFA 2006
    New Cinema Paradise - Japan only
    Ocean's Twelve -
    Once Upon a Time in Mexico - Not yet announced, but featured as coming soon at IFA 2006
    Patriot - Not yet announced, but featured as coming soon at IFA 2006
    Perfect Storm - Not yet announced, but packaging shown at IFA 2006
    Pirates of the Caribbean - Not yet announced, but packaging shown at IFA 2006
    Professionals -
    Project PAPO - Japan only
    Resident Evil - Not yet announced, but packaging shown at CES 2006
    Resident Evil: Apocalypse -
    Robocop -
    Saw III -
    Scooby-Doo -
    See No Evil -
    Sense and Sensibility -
    Spider-Man - Not yet announced, but packaging shown at CES 2006
    Spider-Man 2 - Not yet announced, but featured as coming soon at IFA 2006
    Stargate Atlantis - TV series
    Starship Troopers - Not yet announced, but packaging shown at IFA 2006
    Steamboy - Japan only
    Step Into Liquid -
    Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines -
    Troy -
    Twister -
    Vertical Limit - Not yet announced, but featured as coming soon at IFA 2006
    X2: X-Men United - Not yet announced, but featured as coming soon at IFA 2006
    xXx: State of the Union - Not yet announced, but packaging shown at CES 2006
    Young Guns -

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    will it just be higher quality or what?
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    Higher quality in terms of the video transfer, and higher quality audio. As well as the possibility of more features, PIP commentaries, and more.

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    I need to look up some of these to see what people say about them. I am particularly interested in Terminator, which I dont expect to be much better than the sd dvd. I am also very very excited about Young Guns and Rocky... /drool at rocky in HD.

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    no Matrix interest?? thats what im lookin at ... but i already spent $100 on the entire Matrix box set :uhoh:

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    I posted this in another thread, pertaining to HD DVDs, but after reading into it some more, I realized that it also applies to Blu Ray movies. So, if one of you guys is planning on picking up some Blu-Ray discs for the PS3 which is less than a week away, this deal might be fore you.

    Quote Originally Posted by Enderet
    For anybody that might be contemplating buying this add-on, and starting a HD-DVD collection, you might want to hit up amazon.com

    They currently have a deal, in which if you buy 2 HD DVDs, you get a 10% discount on HD DVDs for the rest of the year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dukefrukem
    no Matrix interest?? thats what im lookin at ... but i already spent $100 on the entire Matrix box set :uhoh:
    I remember there being a report of the Matrix collection being released both on HD DVD and Blu Ray. In fact, the little insert thingy that came in the Last Samurai box has Matrix HD DVD as a planned 2006 release.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dukefrukem
    no Matrix interest?? thats what im lookin at ... but i already spent $100 on the entire Matrix box set :uhoh:
    holy crap that will be awesome.

    I have a 720P 42" plasma but a regular progressive scan dvd player. Will i need to get a bluray player?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcll2002
    holy crap that will be awesome.

    I have a 720P 42" plasma but a regular progressive scan dvd player. Will i need to get a bluray player?
    Since Warner Bros is being neutral in the format war, either a Blu Ray player or HD DVD player should be fine. Or you can get the BluRay/HD DVD combo player, so you can be safe regardless of who comes out winning.

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    looks like the early lauch of HDDVD hasn't hurt blu-ray

    Blu-ray burning its high-def DVD rival

    Of the high-definition discs bought by consumers in the first quarter, 70% were in the Blu-ray Disc format and 30% were HD DVD, according to sales figures provided by Home Media Magazine's market research department.

    Blu-ray took the lead in February, and its percentage of total sales accelerated to the point where it accounted for nearly three out of every four high-definition discs sold in March.

    What's more, when given the choice, consumers are going with Blu-ray. Warner Home Video released "The Departed" the same day, Feb. 13, in both formats. Between then and March 31, consumers bought 53,640 copies of the film on Blu-ray Disc and 31,590 on HD DVD, according to Home Media Magazine's market research, based on studio estimates and Nielsen VideoScan point-of-sale data.

    Research also shows that eight of the 10 top-selling high-definition titles in the first quarter were on Blu-ray Disc. At the top of the list is Sony Pictures Home Entertainment's "Casino Royale," which sold through to consumers an estimated 59,680 units in the first quarter. The Blu-ray Disc edition of "Departed" finished second, while the HD DVD version of that Oscar-winning film placed third.

    From Jan. 1-March 31, consumers bought almost 1.2 million high-definition discs -- 832,530 Blu-ray units and 359,300 HD DVDs -- according to Home Media Magazine. In March, consumers bought 335,980 Blu-ray Discs and 119,570 HD DVDs.

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    Since the high-def format's inception -- HD DVD launched in April 2006, while Blu-ray got rolling two months later -- more than 2.14 million discs have been purchased by consumers: 1.2 million Blu-ray Discs and about 937,500 HD DVDs.

    Observers aren't surprised by the disparity, noting that Blu-ray Disc enjoys the support of five of the six major studios, while HD DVD is supported by three of them. Three studios -- Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, Buena Vista Home Entertainment and 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment -- are exclusively in the Blu-ray camp, as is mini-major Lionsgate, while Paramount Home Entertainment and Warner Home Video support both formats. Universal Studios Home Entertainment is the only major studio to release titles only in the HD DVD format, which backers claim is easier and cheaper to produce.

    "All of this data points to the irrefutable facts that the consumers are voting with their dollars and adopting the revolutionary technology of the Blu-ray Disc," Buena Vista Home Entertainment president Bob Chapek said. "With such beloved titles as 'Pirates of the Caribbean' on the horizon, these numbers will only do one thing: grow."

    Added Sony Pictures Home Entertainment president David Bishop: "Breaking the 1 million-unit mark is a significant milestone for Blu-ray because it represents rapidly growing consumer acceptance for this revolutionary platform. I am confident that the numbers will increase and more critical benchmarks will be reached to ensure Blu-ray's position as the leading high-definition format."

    20th Century Fox Home Entertainment president Mike Dunn agreed.

    "Practically, Blu-ray launched this past November and in just over one business quarter has rocketed to a significant lead," Dunn said. "Consumers are clearly choosing Blu-ray as their high-def format of choice and telling us so at retail cash registers."

    The three HD DVD studios wielded weak release slates in the first quarter; behind "Departed," the next biggest-selling HD DVD was "Batman Begins," which had been released in October. The title sold 16,980 HD DVDs in the first quarter, but factoring in its initial sales, it stands at 44,590 units, not far behind "Casino Royale."

    Blu-ray supporters also were quick to hail the widening gap between Blu-ray and HD DVD titles.

    "It's exactly what we've said all along would happen: The strong support for Blu-ray among movie studio and equipment manufacturers means that consumers have more choices when it comes to players and titles," said Andy Parsons, chair of the Blu-ray Disc Assn.'s U.S. promotion committee. "And they're choosing Blu-ray by an ever-increasing margin."

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