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Old 04-27-2018, 05:59 AM   #1
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Disney Avengers: Infinity War (2018)



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Avengers: Infinity War + Funko Blu-ray exclusive + Funko



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Old 04-27-2018, 07:27 AM   #2
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Target is finally doing 4K UHD Exclusives.

Listed as a Red Card Exclusive.
https://www.target.com/p/marvel-aven...o/-/A-53619139
Marvel Avengers: Infinity War Bundle (4K/UHD+ Funko)

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Marvel Avengers: Infinity War Target Exclusive (4K/UHD)

Here is the 2D Bluray version with the Funko POP.

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Old 04-27-2018, 12:33 PM   #3
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Release will be 8/14 according to Best Buy
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Old 04-27-2018, 01:33 PM   #4
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These early pre-orders only serve to allow me to not want to catch the movies in theaters. I skipped Maze Runner 3 and have been enjoying the 4K UHD in the comfort of my own home. Still haven't watched my copy of Thor Ragnarok but it's great that I'll be able to watch it at my leisure. Keep those premature pre-orders coming!
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Old 04-27-2018, 01:40 PM   #5
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Here's my non-spoiler movie content review after seeing the film last night...


Thanos, an intergalactic supervillain with diabolical plans for the future of the universe, sends his minions to Earth to finish collecting the Infinity Stones that will enable him to carry out his wishes with absolute power by bending the rules of space, time, and even reality. The only hope for the survival of our world is the Avengers team, who must restore their fractured forces and fight off the threat by combining their unique individual abilities and talents. None of them have ever encountered an evil like Thanos before, however, and the ensuing battles, which take place on multiple fronts, raise the stakes with the possibility of unthinkable casualties and losses. The intellect of heroes like Iron Man and Spider-Man, the charismatic bravery of Captain America, Black Panther, and Black Widow, the strengths of Thor and the Incredible Hulk, the mystical supernatural abilities of Doctor Strange, Scarlet Witch, and Vision, and even the foolhardy space adventure recklessness of the Guardians of the Galaxy may not be enough to save the day.

Avengers: Infinity War is the dauntingly ambitious epic that the previous 18 films in the Marvel Universe have been working toward since 2008, and, like its predecessors, it manages to live up to the hype with a thrillingly multifaceted narrative that takes immense risks while only rarely making a misstep. Instead of being a mere “Marvel's Greatest Hits” cash cow full of obligatory short cameos and storytelling bloat, as the trailers have suggested, this latest entry hits the right notes with each and every character, and draws its strengths from the endearing personality nuances that we have been introduced to in all of the origin stories and ensemble adventures to date. If you are not well-versed in the previous films, then I recommend that you revisit them before lining up for this latest feature. Directors Anthony Russo and Joe Russo, who helmed my two favorite Marvel movies so far, Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Captain America: Civil War, hit the ground running with the opening sequence, which blends tragedy and levity to a splendid result. From there, this film continues to build momentum, and the final scenes, which had all of us in the audience tonight gasping out loud and even had several people around me in tears, give us a cliffhanger for the ages.

Thanos, as played by Josh Brolin, is an unexpectedly pleasant surprise here. He is the most formidable Marvel villain so far, and his ultimate mission, to “save” the planets of the universe by committing genocide on a mass scale to prevent overpopulation, is depicted not as insane folly, but as a calculated decision of losses and rewards, like the choices that are made by numerous military leaders and rulers in the real world. Viewers may not love Thanos in the end, but everyone will ultimately understand him.

Be sure to stick around for the post-credits scene, which shocks and surprises us even more, instead of merely serving as a comical cooldown from the weighty dramatics that have preceded it.

Avengers: Infinity War is not the best entry in the Marvel franchise, but it's pretty great.
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Old 04-27-2018, 01:53 PM   #6
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Release will be 8/14 according to Best Buy
Sweet! A day before my birthday.
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Old 04-27-2018, 03:26 PM   #7
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Release will be 8/14 according to Best Buy
It might change but i hope it stays.
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Old 04-27-2018, 04:00 PM   #8
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These early pre-orders only serve to allow me to not want to catch the movies in theaters. I skipped Maze Runner 3 and have been enjoying the 4K UHD in the comfort of my own home. Still haven't watched my copy of Thor Ragnarok but it's great that I'll be able to watch it at my leisure. Keep those premature pre-orders coming!
How does a pre-order make you not want to see a movie in theaters? Its not like the pre-order gives a digtal copy to watch till it hits blu.
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Old 04-27-2018, 04:03 PM   #9
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I was hoping for a digipack from Target like Thor Ragnarok and the upcoming Black Panther as well as the other recent Disney releases.

If it's just this Funko Pop as the Target Exclusive than I'll go with the Best Buy steelbook.
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Old 04-27-2018, 05:57 PM   #10
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No matter what, this release in general will be expensive.

Personally, I’ve been sticking with the Best Buy steelbooks for the last two Avengers films (well, metalpak for the first one). So provided BBY doesn’t screw the pooch with the artwork like they’ve done for MANY steelbooks in recent years, Infinity War will be coming from Best Buy once again. I’ll happily spend the few extra dollars for the 4K upgrade as well. This is one of those blockbusters that’s worth it.
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Old 04-27-2018, 05:59 PM   #11
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These early pre-orders only serve to allow me to not want to catch the movies in theaters. I skipped Maze Runner 3 and have been enjoying the 4K UHD in the comfort of my own home. Still haven't watched my copy of Thor Ragnarok but it's great that I'll be able to watch it at my leisure. Keep those premature pre-orders coming!
Your loss. No home experience can compare to seeing this in theaters.
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So aspect ratio - might this be the first Marvel film to go IMAX on the 2D disc? Having seen it in both 2.40 and 1.90, the latter framing works a lot better
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Your loss. No home experience can compare to seeing this in theaters.
IMAX is a must for this one.
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Old 04-27-2018, 07:30 PM   #14
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Sweet! A day before my birthday.
Two days before mine!
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Your loss. No home experience can compare to seeing this in theaters.
I don't like going to theaters where people do everything except watch the movie. The "movie theater experience" died out in the 60's.
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So aspect ratio - might this be the first Marvel film to go IMAX on the 2D disc? Having seen it in both 2.40 and 1.90, the latter framing works a lot better
I think the Blu Ray will get the Widescreen version and the 4K will get the IMAX version which would make sense.
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This will be my first Marvel 4K release, I had been sticking with blu-rays, but that would almost be a disservice to this movie.
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I don't like going to theaters where people do everything except watch the movie. The "movie theater experience" died out in the 60's.
Late 80s for me. Last night I had a kid who wanted to shift me from my reserved seat. He had a 'group' coming and was organizing them. Typical entitled millennial brat. I didn't choose my seat weeks in advance to have some tosspot recommend I switch seats to accommodate his pals.

Guy who ended up sitting next me was trying to interact with the film Danced and leered towards the screen.
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Guy who ended up sitting next me was trying to interact with the film Danced and leered towards the screen.
Gotta know your dealer...
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Of course, this is Day 1
I hope the sound is better....
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