A thin story and poor CG work leave this matchup of Iron Man and Hulk from Marvel feeling less than super
Iron Man 3 is a rousing superhero spectacle that thrills in this reference quality Blu-ray/DVD combo pack from Disney.
Missing a couple of beats, adding some new secret sauce and wrapping it up in one of the funkiest packages we’ve ever seen, “Phase One” is a celebration of the Avengers saga thus far.
This entry in Marvel’s Iron Man franchise from anime powerhouse Madhouse is visually stunning, with a fantastic Japanese voice cast, but the story is bit of a letdown and the English cast just doesn’t work.
Joss Whedon’s Astonishing X-Men comics come alive in these fascinating motion comic editions form Marvel Knights and Shout! Factory.
The Amazing Spider-Man is less a reboot than it is slight retelling of the Spider-Man origin, but it lacks some punch when it comes to consistent action sequences and a clearly defined villain.
This Spider-Man 3 “reissue” from Sony is no more than the identical release minus the second disc of bonus features with new cover art and UltraViolet and a movie ticket offer included. On the positive side, since it is the same, the picture and sound are just as great.
The angst, the humor, the comedy, and the special effects are all beefed up in Spider-Man 2, but nothing on this Blu-ray reissue really is, making a double-dip nowhere near worth it for anyone who already owns the original DVD.
This unnecessary sequel is predictably disappointing, yet it still manages to muster up some cool special effects and a strong 2D presentation even if the 3D conversion leaves much to be desired.
While it doesn’t seem quite as spectacular as it once did, Men in Black still holds quite a bit of entertainment value in this strong transfer to Blu-ray from Sony.