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Mon 10.2.20
Guardians of the Galaxy (4K Blu-ray) (2014)
CallumK

Cover Art Guardians of the Galaxy was a box office dark horse, taking in more money than anyone could have reasonably predicted, and its critical reception was incredibly positive. Such success was deserved. I love this movie; it is pure cinematic joy, and it's close to my heart. Even in 2020, it's one of my top 5 favourite MCU films. Disney's much-anticipated 4K Ultra HD upgrade provides the expected improvements over the regular Blu-ray, with firmer textures and better colours. The Atmos mix is a bit underwhelming, but it's not exactly terrible, and it's still serviceable. The 4K, meanwhile, comes with no extras, as the set is 4K-only. This is a recommended upgrade. . Sponsored by Disk Doctor.

Sat 8.2.20
Avengers: Endgame (4K Blu-ray) (2019)
CallumK

There are caveats but, for the most part, Avengers: Endgame looks and sounds great on 4K Blu-ray, even if this isn't exactly a top-tier title. Still, the upgrade over the regular Blu-ray is palpable and appreciable. Whatever the technical shortcomings with the disc, this is a great movie which demands to be seen in 4K. Highly recommended. . Sponsored by DeVoteD.

Fri 7.2.20
Avengers: Endgame (Blu-ray) (2019)
CallumK

Avengers: Endgame is a once-in-a-generation event, which is reflected in the amount of box office records it broke with seemingly little effort. Funny, emotional, and thoroughly involving from start to finish, it's a triumphant conclusion to over ten years of storytelling, and it must be seen on the biggest possible screen. Endgame's 1080p Blu-ray presentation has its shortcomings, but it's still watchable, particularly on smaller screens. The DTS-HD MA 7.1 track, meanwhile, is excellent - one of the best Disney soundtracks in recent memory. Throw in a sufficiently satisfying (but not perfect) selection of special features, and this is a recommended purchase. If you're 4K-compatible, though, the 4K Blu-ray is the preferred choice. . Sponsored by Atomic Movies.

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