The sequel nobody asked for after the last one, Angel gives Butler another shot at delivering throwback thrills in the vein of Olympus, looking and sounding fantastic in Native 4K Dolby Vision with Atmos.
The BBC and the legendary Sir David Attenborough give us yet another must-see, jaw-dropping, eye-opening and ultimately heartbreaking look at our planet, making for demo 4K material with Zimmer's score all the more bracing in Atmos.
Luc Besson's majestic ballet of violence married career-defining performances, exquisite visual flair and a symphonic score to produce a modern classic, and earns a Dolby Vision 4K remaster for its UK bow.
That rare sequel that almost lives up to the original, the first may have set the benchmark high, but Toy Story 2 somehow rose to the challenge, with the improvements in computer animation leaving the 4K release even more impressive.
The birth of, and arguably the backbone of, Pixar, the first Toy Story may no longer look like the groundbreaking animation it was in 1995, but it remains an animated masterpiece and gets a much-deserved new lease of life in 4K.
Walter Hill's 1988 buddy-buddy actioner, Red Heat, might sit somewhere below both the genre-defining Lethal Weapon and even Hill's earlier 48 Hours, but it's still prime 80s Arnie action, looking better than ever courtesy of another Studiocanal 4K Dolby Vision remaster.
Maleficent's innovative reverse-engineering of the familiar Sleeping Beauty tale is remarkably effective, gifting Angelina Jolie the second live-action franchise of her entire career, and wowing in 4K with Atmos.