Wonder Woman isn’t a masterpiece but I’d be lying if I didn’t say that I loved it, perhaps even more on my second viewing. I know many have complained about the third act, but I felt it flowed nicely and had a thrilling fight sequence; Gadot isn’t a great actress however she was perfectly cast.
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has announced the date and released artwork for the superhero action-drama, Wonder Woman starring Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Danny Huston, Connie Nielsen and Robin Wright. Click on the link below or image to the left to check out the features and artwork.
Frankenstein is an interesting re-telling of the classic story and features great performances from Xavier Samuel and Carrie-Anne Moss and although there are certainly flaws with the script and a limited budget, it’s well worthwhile watching though it seems like this would be tailored for SyFy.
Overall, Wrath of the Titans isn’t a bad movie, just a poorly made one. It apparently cost $150 million and it seems you can see every penny of it on screen with some decent visual effects, good production design and well made costumes. However, the characters are paper thin, the story unexciting and the action ultimately forgettable. The Blu-ray offers up excellent video and audio transfers and the features, while nothing great, can be interesting to watch.
I don’t think The Warrior’s Way is a particularly bad film but it is one that was done a bit amateurishly despite the acting talents of Geoffrey Rush and Danny Huston. In regards to the Blu-ray, the features are forgettable but the audio and video transfers are both excellent so the few fans there are for the film, and they are fairly vocal, will certainly enjoy the experience.
Edge of Darkness certainly has an edge to it in terms of the thrills and while the mystery aspect of the plot never quite materializes, the return and performance of Mel Gibson makes this at least a worthy venture.