DOCTOR STRANGE [2016] [3D Blu-ray + 2D Blu-ray] [2016 / 2017] [UK Release] Enter the Fantastic Marvel Cinematic Universe with DOCTOR STRANGE! 

Scott Derrickson directs and co-wrote this mystical adventure based on the MARVEL STUDIOS Comics character. Benedict Cumberbatch stars as Dr. Stephen Strange, an ill-tempered and self-centred neurosurgeon whose professional life is ruined when his hands are severely damaged in a car crash and he is left unable to operate. Undefeated, Dr. Stephen Strange sets out to find a cure and encounters The Ancient One [Tilda Swinton], who has the power to restore his hands  and tutor him and others in the magic arts, in the hope of producing the next Supreme Sorcerer. With the help of fellow student Mordo [Chiwetel Ejiofor], Dr. Stephen Strange must put his new-found powers to good use as the sudden arrival from an alternate dimension of corrupted sorcerer Kaecilius [Mads Mikkelsen] spreads terror throughout the city of New York. The cast also includes Rachel McAdams, Michael Stuhlbarg and Benedict Wong.

FILM FACT: ‘DOCTOR STRANGE’ is a 2016 American superhero film based on the Marvel Comics character of the same name and was initially listed as being in development at New World Pictures, with a script dated 21st January,  1986, by Bob Gale, which never went further into production. By 1989, Alex Cox had co-written a script for ‘DOCTOR STRANGE’ with co-creator Stan Lee. The script had the character travelling to the Fourth Dimension before facing the villain Dormammu on Easter Island, Chile. Produced by Marvel Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, it is the 14th film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). The ‘DOCTOR STRANGE’ film script was almost made by Regency, but the company's films were distributed by Warner Bros. at the time, which was in a dispute with Marvel over merchandising. Around this time, producer Charles Band optioned the property from Marvel and began developing a film at his studio Full Moon Entertainment. However, the option expired before production could begin and the project was reworked into the 1992 film ‘Doctor Mordrid,’ whose titular character bore similarities to ‘DOCTOR STRANGE.’ By April 1997, Columbia Pictures had purchased the film rights and Jeff Welch was working on a new screenplay, with Bernie Brillstein and Brad Grey producing. In March 2009, Marvel hired writers to help come up with creative ways to launch its lesser-known properties, including the ‘DOCTOR STRANGE’ film.

Cast: Benedict Cumberbatch, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Rachel McAdams, Benedict Wong, Mads Mikkelsen, Tilda Swinton, Michael Stuhlbarg, Benjamin Bratt, Scott Adkins, Zara Phythian, Alaa Safi, Katrina Durden, Topo Wresniwiro, Umit Ulgen, Linda Louise Duan, Mark Anthony Brighton, Meera Syal, Amy Landecker, Adam Pelta-Pauls, Sarah Malin, Eben Young, Kobna Holdbrook-Smith, Elizabeth Healey, Guillaume Faure, Daniel Dow, Stan Lee, Ezra Faroque Khan, Kimberly Van Luin, Pat Kiernan, Alister Albert (uncredited), Moya Allen (uncredited), Raj Awasti (uncredited), Annarie Boor (uncredited), Dante Briggins (uncredited), Jill Buchanan (uncredited), John Capel (uncredited), Sandra Capel (uncredited), Alice Chen (uncredited), Cheryl Chu (uncredited), Bern Collaço (uncredited), Gary Davies (uncredited), Ryan Dizon (uncredited), Zachary Dizon (uncredited), Cameron Edwards (uncredited), Daniel Eghan (uncredited), Juani Feliz (uncredited), Sian Francis (uncredited), Ulises Galeano (uncredited), Martavious Cerrone Gayles (uncredited), Chris Hemsworth (uncredited), Kevin Hudson (uncredited), Mo Idriss (uncredited), Tamika Katon-Donegal (uncredited), Faith Logan (uncredited), Tyrone Love (uncredited), Pezh Maan (uncredited), Shilpa Maskey (uncredited), Kei Miura (uncredited), Sandeep Mohan (uncredited), Cameron Moon (uncredited), Shina Shihoko Nagai (uncredited), Charlie Nevett (uncredited), Emeson Nwolie (uncredited), Jag Patel (uncredited), Dean Ridge (uncredited), Samantha Russell (uncredited), Rock Ryan (uncredited), Michelle Santiago (uncredited), Nancy Ellen Shore (uncredited), Tina Simmons (uncredited), Rachel Emma Slack (uncredited), Clem So (uncredited), Fran Targ (uncredited) and Ruolan Zhang (uncredited)

Director: Scott Derrickson

Producers: Charles Newirth, David J. Grant, Kevin Feige, Louis D'Esposito, Stan Lee, Stephen Broussard and Victoria Alonso

Screenplay: C. Robert Cargill (written), Jon Spaihts (written), Scott Derrickson (written), Stan Lee (based on the Marvel comics) and Steve Ditko (based on the Marvel comics)

Composer: Michael Giacchino

Costume Design: Alexandra Byrne

Cinematography: Ben Davis, B.S.C. (Director of Photography)

Visual Effects Supervisor: Stephane Ceretti

Visual Effects Coordinator: Susan Pickett

Image Resolution: 1080p (Technicolor)

Aspect Ratio: 2.39:1

Audio: English: 7.1 DTS-HD Master Audio
English: 2.0 Dolby Digital Descriptive Audio
Español: 5.1 DTS Digital Surround Audio
Hindi: 5.1 Dolby Digital Audio
English: 2.0 Dolby Digital Stereo Audio

Subtitles: English, Español, Português, Dansk, Suomi, Norsk and Svenska

Running Time: 115 minutes

Region: Region Free

Number of discs: 2

Studio: MARVEL STUDIOS / Walt Disney Studios

Andrew’s Blu-ray Review: ‘DOCTOR STRANGE’ [2016] is a really terrific return to the magical misadventures of Dr. Stephen Strange and friends, and here we have a MARVEL STUDIOS character that fights evil with a mix of outstanding and outstanding spectacular special effects and Metaphysics, which is the branch of philosophy that studies the fundamental nature of reality. This includes studies of the first principles of: being or existence, identity, change, consciousness, space and time, necessity, actuality, and possibility.

The character of Dr. Stephen Strange was created by comic book artist/writer Steve Ditko in 1963 for MARVEL STUDIOS. This is the first movie about him. Dr. Stephen Strange [Benedict Cumberbatch] is an arrogant and driven neurosurgeon who plunges into the miasma of fear, dismay, and doubt when he suffers severe nerve damage to his hands in an automobile accident. Dr. Stephen Strange is very smart, but also possesses a photographic memory — but is lacking in the arena of personal relationships. Dr. Stephen Strange lives alone in a luxurious Toronto apartment, but drives away Dr. Christine Palmer [Rachel McAdams], a neuro nurse with his belligerent attitude, who is the one person who tolerates his flaws and actually loves him.  

Dr. Stephen Strange learns that another man who had been deemed hopelessly paralyzed was cured in the East; so Dr. Stephen Strange decides to find the teacher of mystic arts responsible. In Kathmandu, Nepal's capital, is set in a valley surrounded by the Himalayan mountains where Dr. Stephen Strange meets Mordo [Chiwetel Ejiofor] who is a follower of The Ancient One [Tilda Swinton]. Mordo wisely tells the desperate Dr. Stephen Strange to “Forget everything you think you know.”

Dr. Stephen Strange is very impressed with The Ancient One's sorcery skills which enable her to “reorient the spirit to better heal the body.” Dr. Stephen Strange then suddenly trips through inner and outer space to convince him that wider and more wondrous worlds exist beyond his wildest imaginings. Dr. Stephen Strange decides to stay and study with this spiritual teacher.

This action drama ‘DOCTOR STRANGE’ was directed by Scott Derrickson who refused to put Dr. Stephen Strange's quest for meaning and the mind-expanding tenets of mysticism above the special effects obsession that marks all the MARVEL STUDIOS superhero sagas. Scenes of hand-to-hand battles with Kaecilius [Mads Mikkelsen], a rebellious student of The Ancient One are filled with multiple shifts of gravity and the morphing of buildings. Director Scott Dickerson seems to want to make the most of the action style pioneered like Christopher Nolan film Inception.

Dr. Stephen Strange demonstrates his new out-of-the-box skills in a clever encounter with Dormammu [voiced by Benedict Cumberbatch] which is uncredited, the Lord of the Realm of Darkness. Doctor Stephen Strange learns a needed ritual from the ancient books in the library run by another member Wong [Benedict Wong] of The Ancient One's inner circle.

Plenty of metaphysical issues come up along the way as Dr.  Stephen Strange discovers that he is much more than he thought he was. Dr. Stephen Strange learns that just as he got to be a surgeon through study and practice, he must do the same if he is to master the mystical arts. But first, he must silence his ego and surrender control. Then there is a lot of talk about manipulating time, the meaning of death, and the quest for eternal life. And the “simplest” lesson of all that Dr. Stephen Strange learns: “It's not about you.”

As he has done in other movies, the inimitable actor Benedict Cumberbatch single-handedly elevates this 3D MARVEL STUDIOS production of ‘DOCTOR STRANGE’ as the perfectly cast arrogant neurosurgeon whose spiritual journey results in him becoming a Sorcerer Supreme.

Finally, near the end of the film ‘DOCTOR STRANGE’ we get to view a short scene with the wonderful Stan Lee and of course you know where he fits in with the Marvel Studios franchise. Also, please wait until the end credits appear, because with Doctor Stephan Strange we get to meet another well know Marvel Studios character drinking a large beer who of course is especially well known male actor. Please stay right to the end of the final end credits, because we get a surprise extra scene with the character Mordo [Chiwetel Ejiofor] and that we are also informed that ‘DOCTOR STRANGE’ will be back.


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INTERSTELLAR OVERDRIVE (Written by Roger Waters, Richard Wright, Nick Mason, and Syd Barrett) [Performed by Pink Floyd]

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3D Blu-ray Image Quality – MARVEL STUDIOS and Walt Disney present us the film ‘DOCTOR STRANGE’ and delivers a near-perfect 3D visual experience framed in the movie's original theatrical aspect ratio of 2.39:1 widescreen. Detail is totally stunning with the spectacular special effects, picking up on the intricacies of the environment and the skin textures on close-ups, seldom letting up in its desire to visually marvel. The Technicolour scheme pops at every stage with vibrant, vivid tones, again not least in the outstanding visual effects that allow sorcery and spell work to take on a wonderful immersive look. Black levels are strong and deep, and allow for the excellent shadow detail and, were it not for the potential that could be offered by an upgrade to 4K, this would be a perfect 10 video image presentation. It's undoubtedly a visual reference look and a whole new universes and dimensions to life with wonder and awe. These encompass almost all of the major effects-driven set-pieces, including that wondrous opening gambit, which spins the whole environment at you, and throws you right into the thick of the multi-layered affair in a way that 3D was always intended for the film ‘DOCTOR STRANGE’ and there is no denying that the fuller-framer shots 2.39:1 adds that extra sense of scale to the film's already pretty spectacular epic visuals.

3D Blu-ray Audio Quality – MARVEL STUDIOS and Walt Disney brings us the film ‘DOCTOR STRANGE’ with a detailed and dynamic 7.1 DTS-HD Master Audio mix. Positional cues are precise and plentiful, panning and flitting around the soundstage with slick fluidity and are clearly reference quality, engaging at every stage with a thoroughly immersive aural soundscape that will heartily assist in your transportation to another dimension. Plus, experience the shifting position of The Ancient One's voice during Doctor Strange's out-of-body experience in Chapter 5. Musical definition is spacious, generous, and worthy, with all seven the speakers benefiting from the treatment without ever sacrificing raw depth and general clarity. Dialogue is expectedly clear and crisp with effortless prioritization and sharp imaging across the entire stage. This is a fabulous audio track experience with a deep and contributed largescale sonic experience.

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2D Blu-ray Special Features and Extras:

Special Feature: Preview: With this featurette, we get to view a short clip from the trailer for ‘Guardians of the Galaxy 2.’ Running time: 1:27.

Special Feature: Play Movie with Intro [2016] [1080p] [1.78:1 / 1.37:1] [1:07] With this featurette, we get an introduction preceding the movie with Director Scott Derrickson in black-and-white and wants to welcome us to the mystical side of the marvel Cinematic Universe, and says the journey for him was a special one, and a dream come true and to explore all these amazing characters and also to be working with a total amount of talented people who were involved with the film and was equally thrilling and throughout this featurette, we get to view some still images from the film and also behind-the-scene images, and director Scott Derrickson goal was to create a film that not only welcome us the world of Dr. Stephen Strange and the Marvel Cinematic Universe and also welcomes a whole new audience and also to provide a mind bending experience, especially to those who have been longing to see the Marvel comic “Doctor Strange” make its Marvel Cinematic Universe debut , and ever since the great Stan Lee first brought into life Dr. Stephen Strange via the famous Marvel comic books, So director Scott Derrickson says, “so sit back and enjoy, and open your mind and forget about everything you think you know,” and director Scott Derrickson sincerely hopes you enjoy the ride and as we did making the film ‘DOCTOR STRANGE.’  

Special Feature: A Strange Transformation [2016] [1080p] [2.39:1] [1.78:1] [9:42] With this featurette, we get an in-depth broad examination of the story, cast, shooting locations and sets, and crafting action, moving on to more closely cover the character's history, crafting the car crash, and Benedict Cumberbatch's preparations for the role. This featurette consists of interviews with the cast and crew, all of whom have something compelling to add within their area of expertise, and there is a very clear love of what they're working on, we also get to view clips from ‘DOCTOR STRANGE,’ behind-the-scenes filming, and some incomplete effects shots. Contributors include: Stephen Broussard [Executive Producer], Tilda Swinton [The Ancient One], Benedict Cumberbatch [Dr. Stephen Strange], Mads Mikkelsen [Kaecilius], Victoria Alonso [Executive Producer / Head of Post Production and VFX], Alexandra Byrne [Costume Design], Chiwetel Ejiofor [Mordo], Charles Wood [Production Designer], Jonathan Eusebio [Fight Choreographer, Stunt Coordinator and Second Unit Director], Charles Newirth [Executive Producer], Michael Giacchino [Composer], Kevin Feige, p.g.a. [Producer] and Rachel McAdams [Dr. Christine Palmer].

Special Feature: Strange Company [2016] [1080p] [1.78:1] [2.39:1] [7:57] With this featurette, we take an in-depth closer look at the support characters, especially in the comics and in the film and the actors who portray them. This supplement also explores Director Scott Derrickson's work and the qualities he brought to the film. Once again, we get to view more clips from ‘DOCTOR STRANGE,’ behind-the-scenes filming, and some incomplete effects shots. Contributors include: Kevin Feige, p.g.a. [Producer], Benedict Cumberbatch [Dr. Stephen Strange], Tilda Swinton [The Ancient One], Rachel McAdams [Dr. Christine Palmer], Stephen Broussard [Executive Producer], Scott Derrickson [Director / Co-writer], Chiwetel Ejiofor [Mordo], Benedict Wong [Wong], Charles Newirth [Executive Producer] and Mads Mikkelsen [Kaecilius].

Special Feature: The Fabric of Reality [2016] [1080p] [2.39:1] [1.78:1] [1.37:1] [12:32] With this featurette, we take an in-depth closer detailed examination of the film's costumes: construction, functionality, and staying true to the characters. It also covers the set design and construction, shooting in key locations, filming locations, and much more. We also again we get to view more clips from the film ‘DOCTOR STRANGE.’ We also get to view an in-depth look at all the fantastic and amazing costumes and also look at some of the costume props and see also some of them being made. We also get to view scenes in Kathmandu and also sets built from the filming of street scenes for Kathmandu. We also get to view the amazing outdoor sets of Hong Kong Street with the actors at the set at Longcross Studio which actor Benedict Cumberbatch felt was utterly inspiring. We also get lots of behind-the-scene filming in Kathmandu which everyone found to be totally magical and a totally colourful wonderful experience, and also the young male and female Nepal went mad with excitement when they saw the actor Benedict Cumberbatch. Contributors include: Benedict Cumberbatch [Dr. Stephen Strange], Alexandra Byrne [Costume Design], Barry Gibbs [Prop Master], Philippa Ashcroft [Senior Props Painter], Chiwetel Ejiofor [Mordo], Charles Newirth [Executive Producer], Kevin Feige, p.g.a. [Producer], Charles Wood [Production Designer], John Bush [Set Decorator], Steve Mitchell [Scenic Artist], Mads Mikkelsen [Kaecilius], Charles Newirth [Executive Producer], Stephen Broussard [Executive Producer] and Scott Derrickson [Director / Co-writer].

Special Feature: Across Time and Space [2016] [1080p] [1.78:1] [13:21] With this featurette, we take an in-depth close detailed examination of the fight choreography, the blend of styles, movement art, wire work, the blend of practical and digital effects, recreating the comics' textural richness, crafting key elements, and much more. They also focus on the special effects in the movie, how they used a dance coordinator to help come up with the unique “magic hands” movements. Contributors include: Tilda Swinton [The Ancient One], Mads Mikkelsen [Kaecilius], Jonathan Eusebio [Fight Choreographer], Zara Phythian [Brunette Zealot], Julian Daniels [Magic Choreographer], Charles Newirth [Executive Producer], Benedict Cumberbatch [Dr. Stephen Strange], Chiwetel Ejiofor [Mordo], Scott Adkins [          Lucian / Strong Zealot], Stephen Broussard   [Executive Producer], Scott Derrickson [Director / Co-writer], Rachel McAdams [Dr. Christine Palmer], Victoria Alonso [Executive Producer / Head of Post Production and VFX], Stephane Ceretti [Visual Effects Supervisor], Kevin Feige, p.g.a. [Producer], Chris Shaw [Additional VFX Supervisor], Geoffrey Baumann [2nd Unit VFX Supervisor] and Charles Wood [Production Designer].

Special Feature: The Score-Cerer Supreme [2016] [1080p] [1.78:1] [2.39:1] [9:51] With this featurette, we first of all take an in-depth look at the amazing talented orchestra and a close look at the very talented composer Michael Giacchino. We then take an in-depth discussion with composer Michael Giacchino's work on the film in the studio and talks about the themes the music conveys and supports for the film. Michael Giacchino also talks about creating musical themes for different things, like characters, the training sequence and the Sanctum Sanctorum where the Masters of the Mystic Arts utilize the building. The featurette then shifts from the music to talking about the tone of the movie. Contributors include: Michael Giacchino [Composer], Scott Derrickson [Director / Co-writer], Tilda Swinton [The Ancient One], Stephen Broussard [Executive Producer], Benedict Cumberbatch [Dr. Stephen Strange] and Rachel McAdams [Dr. Christine Palmer].

Special Feature: MARVEL STUDIOS Phase 3 Exclusive Look [2016] [480i / 1080p] [1.37:1] [2.38:1] [1.78:1] [7:27]: With this featurette, first of all we are at the 2006 San Diego Comic-Con International [Comic Book Convention] in California with Kevin Feige, p.g.a. [Producer] on stage talking to the crowds about future MARVEL STUDIOS films and also talking about in the future of making the ‘DOCTOR STRANGE’ film which they had been planning for a very long time ago. Then we take an in-depth look back at the Marvel Cinematic Universe's beginnings, story themes, Doctor Strange's place in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and a look in-depth of the upcoming MARVEL STUDIOS ‘DOCTOR STRANGE’ film and making it all come together. They also talk about the MARVEL STUDIOS films franchise and all the amazing movies they have produced, but also feels there is a supernatural side to the Marvel comics and Doctor Strange is the perfect entry point into the MARVEL STUDIOS movie franchise. We get to view lots of clips from the film ‘DOCTOR STRANGE.’ We also get to view lots of behind-the-scene filming of other MARVEL STUDIOS movie franchises. Finally, this was the most utterly and most pompous featurette I have ever had to endure, as most of what they talked about was total crap, and should have been deleted. Contributors include: Kevin Feige, p.g.a. [Producer], Jeremy Latcham [Executive Producer for ‘Avengers: Infinity War’], Victoria Alonso [Executive Producer], Benedict Cumberbatch [Dr. Stephen Strange], Stephen Broussard [Executive Producer], James Gunn [Director / Writer for ‘Guardians Of The Galaxy 2’], Jonathan Schwartz [Executive Producer for ‘Guardians Of The Galaxy’], Brad Winderbaum [Executive Producer for ‘Thor: Ragnarok’], Taika Waititi [Director of ‘Thor: Ragnarok’], Nate Moore [Executive Producer for ‘Black Panther’], Ryan Coogler [Director / Co-writer for ‘Black Panther’], Anthoney Russo and Joe Russo [Directors for ‘Avengers: Infinity War’], Louis D'Esposito [Executive Producer] and Stephen McFeely and Christopher Markus [Writers for ‘Avengers: Infinity War’].

Special Feature: Team Thor: Part 2 [2016] [1080p / 480i] [1.78:1] [4:38]: With this featurette, we take a look at Thor [Chris Hemsworth] enjoying some time away from the battle and first we see Thor who is in front of a classroom of young children who are totally transfixed hearing about his amazing adventures in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. But now we see Thor is in a flat in Australia with his flat mate Darryl Jacobson [Daley Pearson] and once again this featurette is a complete waste of time, and again is another totally waste of time and also a totally pointless exercise.

Special Feature: Deleted & Extended Scenes [2016] [1080p] [2.39:1] [7:52] With this featurette, we get to view the following scenes: Strange Meets Daniel Drump; Kaecilius Searches For Answers; The Kamar-Taj Courtyard; Nervous Zealot and Strange Heals Dog. Please note, you can either watch these scenes separately or Play All.

Special Feature: Gag Reel [2016] [1080p] [1.78:1] [4:12] With this featurette, we get to view the following Gag Reel and it shows the cast goofing around, scaring each other, dancing, messing up scenes, and is very funny and rather unexpected, and to see how much of a goofball Benedict Cumberbatch actually is. The reel contains some bleeped “F” words and a middle finger playfully flashed at the camera at the end.

Special Feature: Audio Commentary by Scott Derrickson [2016] [1080p] [1.78:1] [106:33] With this featurette, we get to hear this audio commentary by Director Scott Derrickson and wants to talk in-depth about the MARVEL STUDIOS film  ‘DOCTOR STRANGE’ and was recorded a day before the film's premiere in Los Angeles, California which was on Monday the 2nd May, 2016, and Scott Derrickson and gives more time to expand on the MARVEL STUDIOS franchise and adds lots more colour to the insights into the film ‘DOCTOR STRANGE’ and his style as the director, and also the Marvel's Cinematic Universe, and much more. As we get near to the end of this audio commentary for ‘DOCTOR STRANGE’ and especially with the end credits, and Scott Derrickson feels the end credits are very impressive, despite being done in a very short amount of time, Scott Derrickson also feels the end credits are very interesting and visually very cool to watch, and also feels the very talented composer Michael Giacchino has done a very grand job, and now Scott Derrickson says that he will now sign off, but first wants to comment about two last things, and one of them was the force segment shot was not done by him and the last scene with Mordo speaks for itself, and also says, that is it for me and ‘DOCTOR STRANGE’ and at that point this audio commentary with Scott Derrickson comes to an end and thanks us for listening. Please Note: Due to the lack of space with my professional Blu-ray Web site, especially with these audio commentaries, which nine times out of ten are totally boring and mindless, so unfortunately I have been only able to give you a brief sample of what Scott Derrickson said in this personal audio commentary.  

Finally, with this film ‘DOCTOR STRANGE’ [2016] I think this MARVEL STUDIOS franchise film hugely benefits from being something at least very different from most MARVEL STUDIOS film franchises. It's different in the focus that is on lots of magic and sorcery and much more. However, it's still quite familiar in its arc and predictable beats. The cast is fine, although nothing ever really great. Tilda Swinton manages to rise above her material, as predicted that she would. Rachel McAdams also adds a lot of heart to her character, who has a lot of screen time but who is really likable. The action sequences here are really impressive and they make a lot of the film worth it. As it is, all in all ot is not bad at all and especially it is amazingly enjoyable. In terms of the quality of the film as a whole, I give ‘DOCTOR STRANGE’ a definite 5 star rating, because of its amazing 3D visual effects and implications for the MARVEL STUDIOS Cinematic Universe. ‘DOCTOR STRANGE’ defied expectations, and manages not to be just another run of the mill Marvel's Cinematic Universe movie. Sure, it is that, but it has the look and feel of a unique Marvel's Cinematic Universe, and standing entirely on its own as very professional well-made movie and it is the ultimate thoroughly entertaining cinema superhero. For now, the brilliant Marvel Cinematic Universe 3D Blu-ray Edition represents the best way to own this film with its flawless feature presentation movie with especially complemented by substantial lots of fun featurette extras. This 3D Blu-ray is very easy to really recommend even if you're selective about how you want to watch your Marvel Cinematic Universe franchise. Highly Recommended!

Andrew C. Miller – Your Ultimate No.1 Film Aficionado
Le Cinema Paradiso
United Kingdom

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