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Universal, Paramount, and Shout have all been doing this Blu ray then 4K nonsense. Shout has a little leeway because a lot of their titles have been released many years prior, but Uni and Paramount have no excuse. Don't major studios want their consumers to have 4K setups? If that's the case, why not release a movie that fans have clearly supported in 4K? I agree with the review of movie itself...and of course (like most modern movies), they have to throw something in at the end to let you know a sequel is possible.
M3GAN (2022) - Blu-ray
M3GAN is a marvel of artificial intelligence, a life-like doll programmed to be a child's greatest companion and a parent's greatest ally. Designed by brilliant toy-company roboticist Gemma (Allison Williams, Get Out), M3GAN can listen and watch and learn as she becomes friend and teacher, playmate and protector, for the child she is bonded to. As Gemma faces pressure at work from her boss (Ronny Chieng, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings) to deliver a finished version of M3GAN, she suddenly becomes the unprepared caretaker of her newly orphaned 8-year-old niece, Cady (Violet McGraw, The Haunting of Hill House). Gemma decides to pair the M3GAN prototype with Cady in an attempt to resolve both problems—a decision that will have unimaginable consequences. harm Cady -- whether emotionally or physically -- the doll turns to violent means to quell any possibility of danger befalling the girl in her care. that dazzles for the sheer intensity of color on the screen, and veteran Blu-ray viewers will immediately note how these HDR colors fly beyond anythingWe meet Cady (Violet McGraw) as we witness a devastating accident that takes the lives of her parents. She’s summarily sent to live with her aunt, Gemma (Allison Williams), someone responsible for creating a “Furby-like” toy that’s the talk of the town. Gemma has some issues at work, namely trying to keep her boss (Ronny Chieng) happy. She’s also woefully unequipped to fill the role of mother. But her newest invention, M3GAN (Model 3 Generative Android) looks like a real girl and has the ability to learn from its user. Gemma “pairs” it with Cady which leads to a tight bond between the two. Gemma then uses this attachment to sell the idea to her boss who only sees dollar signs. All is well, though as the bond between the two strengthens, we see a side of M3GAN that might jeopardize the entire project. Gemma is a brilliant AI robotics engineer who designs a realistic doll that is programmed to be "a little boy's best friend." She calls her new creation M3GAN. Then when Gemma unexpectedly gains custody of her niece, Cady, she decides to use a prototype of M3GAN to help with new parenting duties. Unfortunately, things start to go horribly wrong as the AI programming of M3GAN turns out to have a "killer instinct." M3GAN has other weird quirks as well, such as a love of dancing and a constant desire to cause trouble which often turns violent. Plot: What’s it about? Video: How’s it look? Audio: How’s it sound? Supplements: What are the extras? The Bottom Line Plot: What’s it about?
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The M3GAN UNRAT3D VERSION delivers more distressing violence and profanity and features never-before-seen bonus content including a breakdown of the creation of M3GAN and behind-the-scenes featurettes showcasing the film's complex stunts and gory deaths. M3gan comes to Blu-ray Disc from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment featuring 1080p AVC encoded video and lossless DTS-HD 7.1 Master Audio sound. Universal has released the 2022 film 'Megan,' or 'M3gan,' to the UHD format less than seven months after the film's initial Blu-ray release. New specifications include 2160p/HDR video and Dolby Atmosthat traditional SDR colors can offer. The rest of the film offers much the same, with a livelier, more fully saturated, more impressively brilliant and bold A robotics engineer at a toy company builds a lifelike doll that begins to take on a life of its own.
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Textural gains are a bit less dramatic. To be sure, the image is plainly sharper and overall clarity is wonderful, but the added resolution only pushes the color spectrum. The picture is excellent, very cinematic and looking wonderful, but don't expect substantial gains on this side of the ledger. The image LG OLED 77C8 (calibrated by Chad B)...Denon X4300H 9.2 AVR...Panasonic DP-UB820...LG UHD UBK90...Toshiba HD-A30...Dish Hopper 3...Roku Premiere +...Harmony One
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