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DOCUMENTARIES, CONCERTS, ETC.
my dad had a massive VHS collection then, reluctantly, replaced them with DVDs.I went all on buying DVDs, and while I know there is a difference, I only have a few Blu-Rays. Netflix totally trumped owning anything.
CGI seems to respond very well to HD transfers, Pixar's stuff in particular always looks awesome in HD form.my dad had a massive VHS collection then, reluctantly, replaced them with DVDs.
After seeing Blu-ray Disc, he's not sure whether to keep going with DVD releases or get the Blu-Ray Disc stuff.
Anyways, I just wanted to iterate that ANIMATION benefits the most from HD transfers, more than live action.
It's stunning seeing stuff like Laputa: Castle in the Sky. I can't compare it to anything!
Triple Play release - Blu-ray + DVD (with 3D option) + Digital Copy. The DVD includes the option to watch the feature film in traditional stereoscopic 3D, and each copy of this product comes with four free pairs of the required anaglyph red/green glasses (as pictured).