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The ten Blu-ray movies that every videophile must own

2. Red Cliff



The disc: The meticulously researched Red Cliff is the most expensive Chinese movie ever made -- and it shows; especially on Blu-ray. The film’s battle sequences are a sight to behold, with thousands of extras waving their swords about in razor-sharp detail. The 2.35:1 transfer captures all the action, with minimal grain marring the epic spectacle. If you want a flawless Blu-ray experience, it’s hard to look past this amazing looking film.

The film: Red Cliff recounts the epic struggle between warring Chinese Dynasties in the 2nd century; as made famous by the 14th century novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms. It is history writ large, bursting with spectacular battles, stunning cinematography and countless elaborately garbed characters. If you’re a fan of Akira Kurosawa’s Ran or Ridley Scott’s Kingdom of Heaven, this disc is an essential purchase.

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  • FUCKOFF

    WHY CANT YOU JUST MAKE A FUCKING LIST SO I CAN ONLY SCROLL DOWN DICKHEADS

    No thanks

    LOL my thoughts exactly. Waste of time.

  • billybob_extreme

    Man I agree with the other two comments. I hate when websites do this goofy ass shit.

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    Must agree with the guy below - why can't you have these lists on ONE page? I refuse to read "lists" like these anymore. It really is frustrating having to go through 20 pages loading to read a list of 10 items that could easily all fit on one page or at least 5 to a page.

    Meh38

    WHAT ABOUT STAR WARS?

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