Far from perfect, Endgame is still a landmark event in cinematic history; an absolutely unmissable culmination of 22 films of world building, leaving its 4K UHD Blu-ray one of the must-have releases of the year.
The first linchpin franchise within the grander MCU gets divisive but arguably definitive treatment in Iron Man 3, courtesy of writer/director Shane Black, and is finally given an official 4K pass from Disney.
One of DC's best modern superhero movies, Shazam! enjoys the warm heart and feel-good comedy factor of classics like Big and even the genre-defining Superman, and earns itself a strong 4K package with striking Dolby Vision and thundering Atmos.
Hardly a threat to the bigger animation studios, Paramount Animation's Wonder Park captures initial Pixar magic before getting distracted providing a pure kids only diversion, but makes for a solid Blu-ray release.
Hitting that sweet spot with deliriously thrilling action, outlandish vehicular warfare, and a testosterone-fuelled clash of the Diesel/Johnson titans, Fast Five remains an unprecedented franchise high, and looks suitably spectacular in 4K.
Justin Lin's 2009 fourth film in the series was the start of this franchise's big comeback - in no way a good film, but a very necessary one, bringing back its two stars, and here making an impressive 4K debut.
Arguably one of the weaker films in the series, despite having the strongest director in the late John "Boyz n the Hood" Singleton, this sequel missed star Vin Diesel but still delivered some cheesy entertainment.