Looking for some best movies about the enlightenment a wide range of Blu-ray Movies being released. From past classics to recent Box Office hits. 2010 was a great year for Blu-ray. But which ones were the Best? To make up a truly great Blu-ray disc you must have a combination of stunning visuals and sound. Both of which represents the absolute best that High-definition has to offer. And plenty of extra features that elevate the discs far above anything you find on a standard DVD. Finally, but certainly not least, is the actual film itself. It must be a top-notch movie experience that leaves us wanting to come back over and over again. The following is a list of the top 10 Blu-ray movies I think fit this criteria. The ultimate Blu-ray Movies of 2010 that everyone should have in their movie collection.
10. Lord of the Rings: The Motion Picture Trilogy: Most of us were disappointed this was the Blu-ray theatrical release and not the Extended Edition. But the theatrical versions are still great cinema. Shown in 2.41:1 aspect ratio, with DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 surround sound, this HD release is the best quality we have right now to see these movies.
9. Avatar Extended Edition: What better way to return to the world of Avatar, then in glorious 1080p video resolution. This spectacular 3 disc extended collector’s edition includes the original theatrical release, the special edition re-release, and the exclusive extended cut not seen in theaters. Add to this over 8 hours of bonus materials, 1.78 aspect ratio (no letter block bars) and DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1, you are sure to have a movie experience like no other. Until the 3D version becomes readily available, this release is your best option to get your Avatar fix.
8. Lost: The Complete Collection: View every single episode to one of TVs ultimate journeys. This epic show redefined how we view television; right from the dramatic opening scene to the heart wrenching final moment. Watch every episode in 1080p and DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1. This wonderfully packaged deluxe box set, not only has over 3 hours of bonus footage never before seen, but is packed full of extra features. This landmark series represents Television at its finest.
7. Psycho: Filled with extra features, this Alfred Hitchcock suspense classic finally comes to Blu-ray. This low-budget film looks grainy and dingy in some parts, but overall the high-quality 1080p/VC-1 video transfer is excellent. The new DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 provides a solid soundtrack to one of the best horror films ever made.
6. Toy Story Trilogy: Ultimate Toy Box Collection: You can now experience the entire Toy Story trilogy in a 10 disc Blu-ray Box set. All three movies are here, including DVD and Digital copies of the movies. All three movies are in glorious 1080p HD with a DTS HD 7.1 Master Audio and a DTS HD 5.1 Master Audio soundtracks. Plenty of extra features to keep you occupied. Released in a covered wagon toy box packaging, it is the perfect way to relive these Disney/Pixar classics.
5. The Bridge on the River Kwai: Director David Lean is known for making great epic movies. And The Bridge on the River Kwai is one of his best. This newly remastered 4K digital restoration version, with a DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 soundtrack, preserves its original aspect ratio. So you get to view the movie as the filmmaker intended. Along with extra features, including a 35 page book with stories and photos, this is truly one of cinemas greatest experiences.