Bullet Train [DVD]
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The Blu-ray/DVD of Bullet Train (as well as the digital version), offers a number of special features. These include:
There are plenty of big, dumb action movies that can deliver thrills without exactly taxing the brain. And then there are films that are so thunderously stupid they bypass guilty-pleasure status and end up as a danger to themselves and all around them. Bullet Train falls into the latter camp. It’s so imbecilic, you wouldn’t trust it to cross the road unsupervised, let alone negotiate Japan’s Shinkansen high-speed rail network.Bonus features include outtakes and bloopers, easter eggs, a “Making of Bullet Train” featurette, audio commentary, and more. The 4k Ultra HD combo edition includes a 4k Blu-ray, Blu-ray, and Digital Copy. Audio: English: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1; French: Dolby Digital 5.1; Portuguese: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1; Spanish: Dolby Digital 5.1; Thai: Dolby Digital 5.1
Bullet Train is presented in 2160p with Dolby Vision/HDR10 High Dynamic Range color (supported on 4k HDR TVs) from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. Key among the cast are a British duo with a near-fraternal bond: Tangerine (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) and Lemon (Brian Tyree Henry). Taylor-Johnson is a sharp-suited geezer who looks, like so much in this brash, hollow film, as though he could have been transplanted from Matthew Vaughn’s obnoxious Kingsman series. Henry, meanwhile, is lumbered with a thankless idiot-savant role. Lemon is obsessed with – I kid you not – the children’s book series Thomas the Tank Engine, and claims that it provides a blueprint by which to read a person’s core traits. Thus a Henry is essentially decent, but a Diesel is nefarious and slippery. Predictably, the cast of Bullet Train skews towards the Diesel end of the spectrum. Pitt plays his character like an affable golden retriever that has swallowed a self-help manual The audio is offered in English Dolby Atmos with optional subtitles in English SDH, French, and Spanish. Supplements:Memorable Movie Quote: "A plum does not resent the hungry man, but the farmer who planted the tree."