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Brightburn Blu-ray Review



What if a child from another world crash-landed on Earth, but instead of becoming a hero to mankind, he proved to be something far more sinister? Ralph Potts reviews the Blu-ray release of Brightburn from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.



The Review at a Glance:
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Audio/Video total rating:
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93



Details:

Studio and Year: Sony Pictures - 2019
MPAA Rating: R
Feature running time: 90 minutes
Genre: Horror/Fantasy

Disc Format: BD-50
Encoding: AVC
Video Aspect: 2.39:1
Resolution: 1080p/24

Audio Format(s): English DTS-HD 5.1 Master Audio, French/Spanish Dolby Digital 5.1
Subtitles: English, English SDH, French, Spanish
Starring: Elizabeth Banks, David Denman, Jackson A. Dunn, Matt Jones, Meredith Hagner
Directed by: David Yarovesky
Music by: Tim Williams
Written by: Brian Gunn, Mark Gunn
Region Code: A,B,C

Release Date: August 20, 2019


"Evil Has Found its Superhero"


Synopsis:

“What if a child from another world crash-landed on Earth, but instead of becoming a hero to mankind, he proved to be something far more sinister? With Brightburn, the visionary filmmaker of Guardians of the Galaxy and Slither presents a startling, subversive take on a radical new genre: superhero horror.” – Sony Pictures Home Entertainment


My Take:

My son was home for a visit the week Brightburn was released in theaters. I had seen the trailer for it but, hadn’t really given it much thought. He brought it up, mentioning that he thought the concept looked interesting, so, we went to see what it was all about. I would agree that the concept is indeed interesting in that, it combines horror with fantasy, in a story about a superpowered being that crash landed on Earth as a baby and is adopted by childless parents. The difference being, that this superpowered being is an antihero with a dark side.

My initial reaction to Brightburn was somewhat tepid. I liked the plot and the performances, especially by Elizabeth Banks and young Jackson A. Dunn but, felt as though the story needed better fleshing out. While that didn’t change upon viewing it a second time, I did find that I enjoyed the film a bit more. I think knowing where things were headed allowed me to focus more on the idea of Brightburn, Brendan’s dark nature and, the interesting interplay between its genre bending elements. This is where I think the film succeeds. At 90 minutes there simply isn’t enough narrative meat on the bone. I also think that at times it leans just a tad too far into horror story territory, trying to ply the audience with unnecessary and predictable jump scares.

I like the ending, finding that it befits the film’s overall context and tone. The visual style and effects are complimentary as well. Brightburn is a conceptually engaging film that would have benefitted from a deeper script. Be that as it may, I enjoyed it for the sum of its parts rather than its ability to deliver a wholly gratifying film experience.


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The rating is for horror violence/bloody images, and language.


AUDIO/VIDEO - By The Numbers:
REFERENCE = 92-100/EXCELLENT = 83-91/GOOD = 74-82/AVERAGE = 65-73/BELOW AVERAGE = under 65

**My audio/video ratings are based upon a comparative made against other high definition media/blu-ray disc.**



Audio: 94
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  • DSU/DTS Neural:X Rating * (non-rated element): NA



Video: 92
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Brightburn comes to Blu-ray Disc from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment featuring 1080p AVC encoded video and lossless DTS-HD 5.1 Master Audio sound.

This isn’t a particularly bright film but, it manages to strike a good balance between the use of dark and light elements. Certain scenes are bathed in monochromatic/sepia/blue while others appear to use natural lighting and splashes of color. This seems to mate well thematically, and I found the visual contrast interesting. In most regards both light and dark sequences have above average depth with appreciable shadow delineation. Blacks are gradational with noteworthy depth. Dynamic range is notable as brighter elements tend to have punchy highlights with visible detail. Resolution occasionally fluctuates but in general, detail is clearly resolvable with discerning visual perspective that results in pleasing, multi-dimensional high definition video quality.

This 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio soundtrack is fairly active and features an engaging surround mix that has extended dynamic range that positively renders the elements in the recording. Where appropriate the mix transforms the listening area into a three-dimensional sound field filled via immersive surround activity that mates perfectly with the events unfolding onscreen. Low frequency effects produce deep bass that rumbles with tactile authority. Dialog is reproduced with lucid expression and exacting clarity that produced just the slightest hint of sibilance in the upper registers. This is a well-crafted sound design that made the experience of watching the film more enjoyable.




Bonus Features:
  • • 3 “Quick Burns” Vignettes hosted by Actor Elizabeth Banks, Producer James Gunn & Director David Yarovesky
    • “Hero-Horror!” featurette: It’s not often filmmakers successfully and seamlessly combine both Horror and Superhero into a genre-bending “Hero-Horror” category. Hear from Producer James Gunn and Screenwriters Brian and Mark Gunn as we will learn the methods of their filmmaking style and their dotting of the “i”’s and slashing of the “t”’s storytelling process.
    • “Nature vs. Nurture” featurette: Hear from Actor Jackson A. Dunn, Producer James Gunn, Screenwriters Brian and Mark Gunn and understand the creative process involved in flipping the script of the traditional “Superhero” and diving into what motivates and moves our new Anti-hero, Brandon Breyer.
    • Filmmaker Commentary with Director David Yarovesky, DP Michael Dallatorre, and Costume Designer Autumn Steed
  • DVD
  • Digital Copy




Final Thoughts:

Brightburn is a conceptually engaging and genre bending film that, while not perfectly executed, manages to prove entertaining on several levels. It comes to Blu-ray from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment featuring excellent high definition audio/video and a fair supplemental package that features insights from the cast/crew. Brightburn is worth checking out and deserves a place near the top of your Blu-ray rental queue.





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The Curse Of La Llorona: Dolby ATMOS.

Brightburn: DTS-MA 5.1

At least Disney tries harder with a 7.1 lossless track in their BDs.

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Thanks Ralph for your review. I have had this on my radar since seeing the trailer. I guess I like the idea of an antihero theme. Looking forward to this and your remarks on the sound will make it a better buy.
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Brightburn: great concept, disappointing execution.

Like Daybreakers, it isn't enough just to have a great idea, you have to deliver a great end product. Brightburn is close but like Ralph posted in his review, they tipped the scales toward more cheap violence and easy scares than telling a brilliant story.

But it was good enough that I'll pick it up as soon as the 4K disk gets discounted.

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Brightburn: great concept, disappointing execution.

Like Daybreakers, it isn't enough just to have a great idea, you have to deliver a great end product. Brightburn is close but like Ralph posted in his review, they tipped the scales toward more cheap violence and easy scares than telling a brilliant story.

But it was good enough that I'll pick it up as soon as the 4K disk gets discounted.
Is there a 4K copy available?

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Is there a 4K copy available?
No, it will be released on Aug. 20th.

https://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Brigh...lu-ray/243432/
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No, it will be released on Aug. 20th.

https://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Brigh...lu-ray/243432/
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Thanks for the review Ralph. I didn't get a chance to get to this in the theater so I put in a pre-order on the 4k disc.
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The Curse Of La Llorona: Dolby ATMOS.

Brightburn: DTS-MA 5.1

At least Disney tries harder with a 7.1 lossless track in their BDs.

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It looks like digital releases like Amazon have Atmos...via DD+ [same thing]
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Uhd disc has Atmos on it
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I've got this one pre-ordered...

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Always like James Gunn he backed this movie a lot then I guess I’d give it a try...
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Ralph liked this one just a bit more than I did, but I have to say, for a streaming rental, it had one of the most enjoyable audio tracks I've heard in a while. I was running it in 5.2.4 Dolby Surround, and it was very impressive. In the end I felt it was an intriguing concept that sort of stayed in the barn (pun intended), but Im glad I saw it. I imagine the full Atmos track will be even more immersive and enveloping than this one was.
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Ralph liked this one just a bit more than I did, but I have to say, for a streaming rental, it had one of the most enjoyable audio tracks I've heard in a while. I was running it in 5.2.4 Dolby Surround, and it was very impressive. In the end I felt it was an intriguing concept that sort of stayed in the barn (pun intended), but Im glad I saw it. I imagine the full Atmos track will be even more immersive and enveloping than this one was.
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Looking forward to seeing this one in 4k Atmos tonight.

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Oh man!!!
I strongly suggest you re-review this movie in 4k and Atmos..
This has one of if not the best 4k image and sound I've seen or heard.

Total demo material right here.
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Oh man!!!
I strongly suggest you re-review this movie in 4k and Atmos..
This has one of if not the best 4k image and sound I've seen or heard.

Total demo material right here.
Gotta disagree on the PQ part, I thought it was quite disappointing. Not bad by any stretch of the imagination; but it looked more like regular blu-ray. Especially since I watched Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 the day before which completely blows it off the water picture-wise.

I do however agree on the phenomenal audio quality. Brightburn has one of the best audio tracks I've heard in a while!
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Thanks for the review on this one, Ralph!

I was under the impression that I shared my thoughts earlier about this film, but I was mistaken...

I enjoyed it and was expecting a dark film, but didn't think it was going to be that dark, and bleek! This is like a super horror film... i.e., what if Damien had superman's powers!

I would like to reiterate the emphasis of others that this audio mix, specifically the Dolby Atmos track, is something to behold! What a fantastic experience and the horror of it all adds to the suspense and peril in a palpable way.
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Thanks for the review on this one, Ralph!

I was under the impression that I shared my thoughts earlier about this film, but I was mistaken...

I enjoyed it and was expecting a dark film, but didn't think it was going to be that dark, and bleek! This is like a super horror film... i.e., what if Damien had superman's powers!

I would like to reiterate the emphasis of others that this audio mix, specifically the Dolby Atmos track, is something to behold! What a fantastic experience and the horror of it all adds to the suspense and peril in a palpable way.

The 4k Disc with Atmos is frigging amazing - movie was fun ride - Nice and short and did not try to be more than it needed -
By man what a atmos audio track - be sure to check it out and image was spectacular as well - great entertainment !!
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Wow, there is some sick and twisted stuff in this movie! I really enjoyed it though and great rental! Great A/V on the blu and sounds like the UHD is even better.
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Gotta disagree on the PQ part, I thought it was quite disappointing. Not bad by any stretch of the imagination; but it looked more like regular blu-ray. Especially since I watched Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 the day before which completely blows it off the water picture-wise.

I do however agree on the phenomenal audio quality. Brightburn has one of the best audio tracks I've heard in a while!
We'll just have to agree to disagree here.
The picture quality on the 4K disc was nothing short of clean, clear and crisp. HDR was excellent and the film stayed sharp throughout.
Definitely better then the Blu-ray version.

The movie is really good as well. Glad I bought this one.
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