i suggest you blokes do a bit more reading before commenting on something you have no experience in, especially you, IviewHD
While OLED TVs produce inkwell blacks and beautiful contrast, those lower-priced LCD sets have an advantage when it comes to HDR. They use high-powered LED backlighting to boost the brightness and the color gamut of the picture. That means brighter fireballs, more-realistic spectral highlights, and more-nuanced gradations between colors.
hehe depends what you like,
Star Trek into the darkness is a superb showcase of picture and audio and great movie.
others I've enjoyed are deadpool, sicario, revenant all fantastic for picture and audio.
revenant particularly was mastered for uhd with the both the cinematographer and director taking particular care to release something pretty special for uhd and given the capabilities of the format.
life of pi is something I also enjoyed its colours with uhd are spectacular ! the greens and blues reds etc all taking advantage of wide colour gamut and what HDR adds.
the martian is also built upon with uhd with not only its 3D track but also many scenes look so much more real in uhd.
you already have hitman
lucy in picture quality is hard to beat, then there is lone survivor - great movie and it is gently so better in both audio and video over the blu-ray edition
… much to enjoy in uhd
what is totally useless is this comment
nobody is comparing an A to a B here, nice attempted strawman, but no amount of experience can account for bad manners, including your own
its a best prices thread, not a double blind test down a 10 foot well using kettle cord power cables
can you see ANY backlight bleed or DSE (which is something you claimed in another thread as being prevalent throughout this range)