November 20, 2005
First Blu-Ray released – Charlie’s Angels
The DVD era was opened up by â€śTwisterâ€?, the mighty Cyclone. Itâ€™s always nice to remember something about the first ancestor of such a revolution.
But now itâ€™s time to project ourself in the Blu-ray era.
And… What Hollywood wonder will be remembered forever as the first Blu-Ray released?
Charlieâ€™s Angels: Full Throttle – this is the answer.
The sexy and freak fighter girls just received a good Blu-ray treatment, directly from Sony. What does it mean?
– â€śdynamic menus with full resolution graphics and animationâ€?
â€ś1920Ă—1080 flick of that female crime fighting trio. We canâ€™t claim to have viewed said picture, but lets just say that even Blu-ray could not compel us to such an act. Sony says that â€śthis achievement will help everyone understand that Blu-ray is real and poised to enter the marketplaceâ€?.
Well, if the tornado made it, the 3 bu**s can make it as well.
But I donâ€™t like Charlieâ€™s angels, itâ€™s such a stupid film. Is there any need to have it at Cinema quality? To enjoy what kind of particulars? What graphical experience?
If this is really the first playstation 3 blu-ray released (talking about movies)â€¦ wellâ€¦ shame on You, Sony :(