New X-Men Franchise Movie “Logan” Already on Pre-Order from Amazon in 4K UHD Blu-ray
Stephan Jukic – March 06, 2017
“Logan” the very latest and highly acclaimed (as measured by Rottentomatoes.com ratings at least) movie in the incredibly successful X-Men franchise has barely settled into its place on the big screen in theaters all over North America and it’s already available for pre-order in 4K ultra HD HDR Blu-ray from Amazon.com.
The new X-Men movie tells the supposedly final near-future story of Logan, otherwise known as Wolverine, as a much older version of himself who’s finally starting to age and suffer injury somewhat like a normal human being after well over a century of life. Set in the year 2029, the new X-Men installment chronicles Logan’s efforts to save a young girl who is the first new mutant to be discovered after decades in which none were born while older mutants died off for one reason or another. Also starring Patrick Stewart as an extremely old and now dying Professor Xavier, the new saga in this tremendously popular series has received critical acclaim from X-Men fans and critics alike.
Now, in case seeing Logan on the big screen isn’t quite enough for your liking, 20th Century fox has placed the film on pre-order through Amazon.com and in the case of the disc version, buyers will get the benefit of stunning HDR mastering and beautiful 4K ultra HD resolution to give this particular release a visual quality that even most theater releases of “Logan” lack despite their presentation of the picture on gigantic cinematic screens.
The pre-order release of Logan is pre-selling for $39.99 for the 4K UHD Blu-ray version with a DVD edition selling for $29.98 for those of you without UHD HDR Blu-ray players or 4K HDR TVs in your homes. Quite frankly, we recommend the 4K Blu-ray version by a mile. It may cost $10 more but if you’ve got the home entertainment technology to watch it in full high dynamic range and native 4K UHD resolution, there’s simply no way you won’t find the visuals stunningly sharp and realistic in a way no DVD disc could hope to match. Here’s the link for reserving a copy.
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