Sean Connery and Nicolas Cage join forces to avert unspeakable carnage as The Rock explodes onto Blu-ray Disc! Co-starring Ed Harris, this thrill ride will rock your world in this astonishing format.
When a vengeful ex-general seizes control of Alcatraz Island and threatens to launch missiles loaded with deadly poison gas, only a young FBI chemical weapons expert and a notorious Federal prisoner have the skills to penetrate the impregnable fortress and take him down. Catch every instant of rapid-fire action in eye-popping 1080p, while the phenomenal 5.1 48 kHz, 24-bit uncompressed audio puts you smack dab in the middle of the mayhem. Prepare to experience the awesome power of Blu-ray High Definition!
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It's safe to say that this is -easily- Michael Bay's most entertaining and solid film, even though it has its share of silliness not to mention a shallow plot to say the least. Fortunately, that's the important part, because the cast is excellent, the filmography is beautiful, the setpieces are beyond spectacular and the film is edited really tightly; there's not a single moment of boredom to be found. And perhaps the one thing that really makes the film work so well is the soundtrack which is nothing short of legendary (it should tell you something about the orchestral score that several popular metal bands have covered parts of it since). The Blu-ray release is excellent, both video and audio-wise. You won't miss a beat of the action; the visuals are delivered virtually perfectly and the 5.1 PCM soundtrack blows your brain out and makes the score sound even more impressive than in any previous home release. A must-buy.
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