Top Ten Movie Studios That Release the Best Blu-RaysBKAllmighty Movie studios like to put personal touches that are instantly recognizable in their movies' Blu-ray releases. Whether it's their unique main menus, their immersive special features, or their enjoyable packaging, these movie studios aim the most to please buyers when the time comes for their latest movie to hit the shelves.
The Top Ten
Probably one of the best video distributors of all time. Released The Princess Diaries as a 2-Movie Collection on Blu-ray Disc. - playstationfan66
Disney just packs each movie full of special goodies. Their menus are always vibrant and colourful, their newly-invented "Intermissions" that happen when you pause the movie are ingenious, and they always have Digital Copies. - BKAllmighty
They have released some Blu-ray Discs (under their independent sublabel, The Weinstein Company Home Entertainment), even though the sticker price tag says "FOX" on my Paddington DVD. - playstationfan66
Had the best American Girl made for television films on Blu-ray alongside Despicable Me (1 & 2), Barbie, Monster High and Dr. Seuss's The Lorax. Kudos to Universal City Studios for dropping HD DVD and going straight to Blu-ray. - playstationfan66
Since they're basically running through Disney, they typically don't disappoint. - BKAllmighty
Partially distributed and licensed to The itsy bitsy Entertainment Company (through The Weinstein Company Home Entertainment). The only one released is Grace Unplugged (PG). - playstationfan66
These guys are at the bottom with good reason. Their menus are flat and uninspired and they've basically led the charge towards removing Digital Copies and replacing them with Ultraviolet, which stinks. - BKAllmighty
They should be at least number 2 they are equally as awesome as Disney.
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2. 20th Century Fox
3. Universal Studios