Constantine Blu-ray Review

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Reviewed by Simon Crust, 28th November 2008
As a comic book adaptation Constantine may not be particularly faithful in terms of characters or location but at least the spirit is there. With an obvious appreciation of the source material director Francis Lawrence maintains a credible threat and believable world and secures decent performances from all his actors. Don’t come expecting a horror because, although the themes are there, it’s very much in the thriller vein and a world where good an evil are angels and demons whispering their ideas is one of terrific abandon.

As a Blu-ray package Warner provide excellent picture and sound and back it up with a hugely expansive, if slightly ill thought out, extras package. A year ago this would have been top notch, now it’s been knocked off by some exceptional discs; still a terrific buy but a shade away from the best there is.

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