This week on Blu-ray: Australia gets one title while America gets two. Who has the better titles? Let’s find out:
The Internship comes to Blu-ray this week. The Vince Vaughn-Owen Wilson comedy had a $58 million budget and made $91.9 million worldwide making The Internship a mild box office success. The Blu-ray comes with an Ultraviolet copy.
The Heat comes to Blu-ray this week. The Sandra Bullock-Melissa McCarthy comedy had a $43 million budget and currently has $226.8 million worldwide making The Heat a box office success. The Blu-ray comes with a DVD and Ultraviolet copy.
Pacific Rim comes to Blu-ray this week. The Guillermo del Toro sci-fi action flick had a $190 million budget and currently has $407.5 million worldwide making Pacific Rim a box office success. Two versions of the Blu-ray are available: one with a 3D copy and one without but both come with a DVD and an Ultraviolet copy. We loved Pacific Rim, you can read that review here and you can expect a 3D Blu-ray review on the site in the coming days.
That’s it for this week. According to Rotten Tomatoes, The Internship has a 35% Rotten Tomatoes score while America’s films have an average of 69% making America the winner. The highest rated film is Pacific Rim with a 72% average while the lowest is The Internship’s 35% (The Heat has a 65% if you’re curious). Do you plan on picking up any of these titles? Comment below and be sure to come back next week to see what blues you’re going to spend your green on.
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