Alright, alright, alright. Couldn’t resist. Matthew McConaughey’s The Lincoln Lawyer is getting the 4K UHD treatment August 15th from Lionsgate Home Entertainment. Wait, where’s the Dolby Vision version of this?
Also starring Marisa Tomei and Ryan Phillippe, and based on the best-selling novel, revisit the critically acclaimed thriller in stunning Full HD resolution and High Dynamic Range (HDR), which delivers the brightest, most vivid and realistic color with the greatest contrast. TheLincoln Lawyer 4K Ultra HD Combo Pack will feature Dolby Atmos audio for immersive next-generation surround sound and will be available for the suggested retail price of $22.99.
Whatever you want to say about Mel Gibson. The man can direct his ass off. Hacksaw Ridge didn’t do as well at the box office as it should have. You’ll be able to discover this flick at home on February 7, 2017. I’m all about the 4K now, so it’s nice to see this is also getting a UHD release.
My favorite movie of 2010 is coming to Blu-ray in a 3 Disc Combo Pack (Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital Copy) August 3rd – on my Birthday. How about them apples? I already emailed Lionsgate Home Video and told them, they have to give me a copy, it’s my Birthday. Did I mention my Birthday is August 3rd, feel free to send me money. The Blu-ray Disc Combo Pack kicks even harder with the same DVD special features plus a documentary length “making-of” and a feature-length “Ass-Kicking Bonus View Mode,” which give audiences an inside look at all elements of the filmmaking process.
In addition, the Metamenu Remote powered by BD Touch, another Blu-ray exclusive, will allow for iPhone OS and Android users to personalize their experience with this state-of-the-art free app. Once connected through BD-Live, viewers can select menus using intuitive gestures, find scenes by dialogue, discover details about the actors and more. With headphones, they can select to listen in alternate language tracks, or enjoy other synchronized content including portions of the “Ass-Kicking Bonus View” (which users can take “to go” on their mobile device). The high-octane phenomenon invades shelves and homes on August 3rd for the suggested retail price of $39.99 for the Blu-ray Combo Pack and $29.95 on DVD.