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    I just bought my first blu-ray player. I had no idea that almost every one has built in internet for streaming Netflix and Youtube. Weird.

    Anyway, my first Blu-Ray movie purchase was The Last Air Bender

    Unfortunately, my Sharp Aquos TV is only 1080i
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    Get the Transformers and Iron Man movies... FKNG awesome on bluray.
    Got the Terminator series on bluray, too, also completely kickass. I don't even buy dvd's anymore, bluray is just plain awesome.
    My opinion, the new movies, that are actually shot with hi-def cameras, are better to buy on bluray. The older ones, well it's hit and miss. Mostly, they are about the same as a dvd played with a good upconverting dvd player.
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    They have wifi or something???
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    Quote Originally Posted by BuzzKillington View Post
    They have wifi or something???
    Most have wifi or ethernet, but mostly wifi.

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    Mine has both. Apparently, I have to order a Sony device to have wifi, but I may just try a normal USB wifi drive
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark_Hardware View Post
    My opinion, the new movies, that are actually shot with hi-def cameras, are better to buy on bluray.
    You mean as opposed to the old ones that were shot in 35mm for 4K theaters? Really, for the older ones I think it has more to do with if the originals are still available or not.
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    Honestly, I don't even know why I bother sometimes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark_Hardware View Post
    Honestly, I don't even know why I bother sometimes.
    lol. is all in good fun.
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    I only have 4 Bluray discs. Avatar (Original Release) and Avatar (Special Edition 3 disc set). Planned to get more though!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGreatSatan View Post
    Mine has both. Apparently, I have to order a Sony device to have wifi, but I may just try a normal USB wifi drive
    That justifies the price in itself damn near. I didn't know that... you'd think they would cram that detail down your throat in advertising.
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