This summer's biggest... no scratch that. This year's biggest box office success has now arrived on home video.
Earth's mightiest heroes defeated their box office adversaries this summer and now Marvel & Disney are back crush their home video completion with The Avengers on Blu-Ray. And much like the Avengers themselves there are many different options to choose from when deciding which version to add to your personal movie library.
This year's first mega box office success, turned worldwide phenomenon, gets the long awaited home video release fans have been waiting for. So much so that The Hunger Games even got special treatment in being released days earlier than the industry standard Tuesday new movie/music weekly time frame and was given a Saturday release.
Science fictional World War Two propaganda never looked so good in high definition.
With a mediocre summer movie landscape filled with tired pirates, repeat bachelor parties, an unfunny fighter pilot wearing jewellery, rusty scrap metal in slowmo, and bland cowboys & aliens, there was an unlikely film about a Norwegian legend and a rainbow bridge that hammered out all that competition; and now its available for your home entertainment viewing pleasure.
Nobody wants to go back to classes in September. They're boring, time consuming, and have pretty lame teachers most of the time. Not this class though. Not the First Class.
Make sure you've got the popcorn popped, a soda in hand, and a comfy seat, because once you enter the grid you won't want to leave.
White man gets sent to spy on the savage enemies. He earns their trust and falls in love with the chief's daughter. White man's army attacks the savages. The savages, and the chief's daughter feel betrayed, and want nothing to do with the white man.
What can I say except that a comedy spoof is designed to poke fun at what's popular (i.e. superheroes) and put in its own funny little twists -- and believe me, Superhero Movie movie doesn't let you down.
IMDB Tagline: Some Guys Don't Know Their Destiny Till It Hits Them In The Face.
Film review: You know what? I liked this movie a lot more than I thought I would. After hearing nothing about it until it was handed to me at dinner, I was a little worried that I'd have to sit through 88 minutes of awful. As it turns out, I was quite incorrect.