These aren't new movies, but I was playing around with SpecLab and hadn't seen these plots here.
Some Matrix Revolutions scenes... The Machine god speaks and then a cut of the KO punch at the end of Neo and Mr. Smith's aerial fight. Look at the sub 20Hz content all the way down right where the sound wave breaks! (It makes my rafters creak) - the ground impact has a little thump, too.
I grabbed the plots on my office computer, not my HTPC. I use ZoomPlayer as a DVD player, PowerDVD 6.0 with no enhancments as the audio codec, and a mono down-mix of all channels to record the plots from. The frequencies are limited to 0-120Hz and I used jman's set-up parameters in an attempt to be consistant with the other plots posted here.
Some plots that sound great are surprisingly "high" in the bass range: the wall explosion at Helm's Deep in LOTR, "The Two Towers" is mostly up near 35-50 Hz...the large rocks falling into the Orc army actually register lower when they hit.
I'm still scanning through my movie collection looking for interesting plots...I think I need to see the plot for "Irene" in Blackhawk Down; I want to see if it's as low as everyone says.
I DO know that my upgrade from PE IB 15s and a Nady XA900 to SoundSplinter RPLd2-15s and a Behringer EP1500 was money WELL spent!