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The ten Blu-ray movies that every videophile must own

6. Star Trek

The disc: The 2009 edition of Star Trek looked spectacular up on the silver screen – and it looks spectacular on Blu-ray too. The 1080p/AVC MPEG-4 transfer is rock solid: close-ups are incredibly vivid, while the abundance of CGI impresses throughout. While it would have been nice to see some Dark Knight-style IMAX shots, the disc still looks out of this world. The choice is elementary: get Star Trek on Blu-Ray.

The film: Somehow, J.J. Abram’s quasi Star Trek reboot managed to please Trekkies, critics, and newcomers alike – hell, even Klingon-hating Star Wars fans were won over. Although the film has been criticised for being less cerebral than its predecessors, we think it makes up for any mental shortcomings via plenty of adventure. If you want to give your grey matter a workout, go watch an MIT lecture, pointdexter. Dumb Star Trek rocks!

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  • 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.



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