What qualifies a movie to make it to my esteemed Top Five list, the latest feature of Greg’s Blu-Ray Buying Guide? Well, for starters, it has to completely blow me out of the water, with both visuals and audio. While many films accomplish one without the other, there are only a few that please both palates and make for a tremendous viewing experience. With all the film transfers I have seen on Blu-Ray, it was not as hard as you may think to narrow it down to the five below, because it is very easy to find faults with most. For a movie to draw a 5-rating on my list, and further more, make it to this list at hand, it must be absolutely breathtaking—it must draw you closer to a film than you have ever felt before, because of new things you may notice in visible textures, or perhaps quips and noises now more ever present in the new, upgraded audio track. With that, I bring you this first installment of my Top-Five, which will be updated and tweaked as I view more movies, and some get bumped off the list. Please note: the screenshots are courtesy of my daily read, Blu-Ray.Com.