John Wick: Chapter 4 - Steelbook 4K UHD [Blu-ray]
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Additional 4K Blu-ray audio options: English Descriptive Audio, French 5.1 Dolby Audio, Spanish 5.1 Dolby Audio To be fair, yes, the movies look dazzling in 4K. Given their recent vintage, I assume very little work had to be done to present them in the best quality available in home video right now. They’re movies with muted, noir-ish color palettes, so there aren’t a lot of vibrant hues that will pop off the screen, but I don’t think I’m going out on a limb by assuming that the original theatrical experience has been well-preserved here.
John Wick: Chapter 4 (hmv Exclusive) Limited Edition Steelbook
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The explosive action films starring Keanu Reeves will be available in a 4K UHD Best Buy exclusive SteelBook collection on February 28. Did director Chad Stahleski and screenwriter Derek Kolstad (with some writing help on the third one) succeed in what they set out to do? Yes, and if you’re a fan of stylish action films with basic plots, minimal character development, and tons of creative ways for people to die, then I imagine you’ve already seen this series, and this special Stash Book Collection is for you. Day freaking one!! Tbh, I love the artwork on the Walmart steelbook way more than the artwork for Best Buy’s steelbook. But the only problem is Walmart's steelbook doesn't have the 4K Blu-ray, so decisions, decisions…
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Donnie Yen does an amazing job of playing a blind assassin, and he's funny as well as serious at times. As a steelbook collector JW4 is right up there with Lionsgate’s numerous other jaw dropping releases over the last 12-18 months.The ending sets up the fourth entry in the series, which will apparently set up a fifth (and final?) film. There are also some spin-offs in the works, including a TV series set at The Continental, which is essentially a High Table hotel chain in major cities. It’s where assassins can gather but are not allowed to try to kill each other; it’s kind of like “home base” when you played tag as a kid. In fact, the bottom step on the stairway out front is apparently a sanctuary too, as long as you have any part of your body touching it. However, the action is brilliant and exciting, with a relatively compelling storyline (story obviously isn't the main point of these films).