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Can there anyone who truly doesn't love movies? I am a big fan of silver screen, which is assisted with mystic surround sound and an ambience of something big and worthy. Movie Theater going is a special something experience. As you lax and sit back in a sofa like seat with handful of popcorn and a big bottle of coke, you are putting aside the worries of office time and moving into a special world. If there is a good storyline and nice presentation, all our attention will be focused on the story and we can't take our eyes off the screen. For me that means Science Fiction DVDs.

Gradual changes take place in the way we are used to see movies. For good or bad, we don't have to care about buying a movie ticket and watching the films according to predetermined schedules that are beyond our control. We can enjoy the film we like anytime, without stepping out of the comfort zone of our living room. Yeah, I am talking about watching DVD movies. When it comes to DVD movies, my vote goes to science fiction DVDs. Who wants reality? We have seen enough of real world. Our entertainment needs to touch new levels of fantasy and entertainment.

Which science fiction DVDs do you consider worth the watching? My first preference is The Matrix Trilogy. It has changes the concept of science fiction movies altogether. It appeals to the broadest class of audience. It is so special that the movie encompasses different genre to a single film. Here again, it is the appeal that a movie has maximum number of people irrespective of their genre preferences holds the key in making a movie 'something special'. Though you can put the movies like Star Wars in to the basket of Science Fiction DVDs, I think they have something more to do to reach the levels of a Sci-Fi entertainer. I pick 'The Thing' by John Carpenter as the classic example of sci-fi movies. Though it is a little movie, it encompasses different elements to attract a whole generation of movie buffs.

There are a number of places out there, where you can find the latest science fiction DVDs. You may be moving to your local DVD/movie library, or to places like Wal-Mart. High end DVD stores usually have a rich collection of science fiction DVDs. You may also compare prices to find the DVD you like for the lowest price. Comparing prices is quite easy when I go online. Amazon.com is the first place I go. I also try ebay.com and froogle.com. I was never disappointed while I searched for a science fiction DVD title that would meet my expectations of sci-fi entertainment.

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