...Face the Music has more in common with Terminator: Dark Fate - in more ways than one - than it does to the successful formula of its last two time-travelling romps, feeling a little like it has to rob the first two films of their satisfactory conclusions in order to fashion a bigger, and more appropriate ending.
You might get away with a DTS-HD MA 5.1 audio track but no HDR as well makes this a weird release.Thanks for the review Cas,seem like a very lazy release 4K UHD wise,a miss for me this time
I could not even get through that opening scene!I watched this last week. The opening scene had me literally crying with laughter (the theremin and the whole scenario with who is marrying who) but it all went a bit downhill from there. Ah well. Thanks for the review, Cas. Five is a bit harsh, but I can’t disagree with anything you’ve actually said.
There's been a couple of releases recently without HDR, Color out of Space comes to mind. That film looks spectacular without HDR so you could argue it isn't needed. But imagine what it could have looked like with WCG and HDR.What’s the point in a 4K Blu Ray without HDR? Ridiculous to not have it.
It's not a bad movie. It's only 89 minutes in duration, which is a good thing. Anything longer would have made it worse.I've been looking forward to this even though I fully expect to be disappointed. Love the first two, especially Bogus. This has just come along at least a decade too late.
can you explain how you rate Extras a 6 when there's none at all? You score nothing - literally - higher than you score the film itself, which is actually there.
Thanks for the review, Cas.
I realised that I have never watched the original. Never. Not even one bit. I feel that I may have failed humanity.