This week on Blu-ray: Australia nets the biggest release of 2013 so far while America gets two much smaller releases. But who has the better titles? Let’s find out!
Iron Man 3 comes out on Blu-ray this week. The Shane Black Action/Adventure had a $200 million budget and currently has $1.2 billion so far in the box office making the film a box office success and the current fifth highest grossing film of all time. Iron Man 3 comes to Blu-ray in two versions: one with a 3D copy and one without but both versions come with a Digital Copy. We reviewed Iron Man 3, and you can check out that review right here.
The Great Gatsby comes out on Blu-ray this week. The Baz Luhrmann Drama had a $105 million budget and made $331 million worldwide making The Great Gatsby a box office success. The Great Gatsby comes to Blu-ray in two different versions: one with a 3D and Digital Copy, and one without but both versions come with a DVD and Ultraviolet copy. We reviewed The Great Gatsby in both 2D and 3D and you can check out those reviews here (2D) and here (3D).
Pain and Gain comes to Blu-ray this week. The Michael Bay Action flick had a $26 million budget and currently has $49.8 million so far making the film a current mild box office success. Pain and Gain comes to Blu-ray with a DVD and an Ultraviolet copy.
That’s it for this week on Blu-ray. According to Rotten Tomatoes, Australia’s average of films (which is just Iron Man 3) comes out to 78% while America comes out to 48% making Australia the winner! The highest rated film was Iron Man 3 with the 78% while the lowest was Pain and Gain with a 46% (Gatsby had a 49% 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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