Spider-Man: Far From Home / Spider-Man: Homecoming / Spider-Man: No Way Home [USA]
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Three-disc set includes: Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017)After a stunning introduction into the Marvel Cinematic Universe in "Captain America: Civil War," the wall-crawling hero takes center stage in this spectacular solo outing. While struggling with life as a teenager, Spider-Man (Tom Holland) takes on Adrian Toomes (Michael Keaton), a former salvage company owner who uses scavenged alien tech to construct a powerful winged suit as he turns to a life of crime. With Marisa Tomei, Jon Favreau, Zendaya, and Robert Downey, Jr. As Iron Man. 133 min. C/Rtg: PG-13 Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019)A field trip to Europe with his classmates was supposed to provide Peter Parker (Tom Holland) with a well-earned respite from his superhero alter-ego of Spider-Man. But when he's recruited by superspy Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson), Spidey is soon back on the job and teaming up with the "Mysterio"-us Quentin Beck (Jake Gyllenhaal)-apparently a hero from an alternate universe-for a dangerous mission that may not be what it appears. Zendaya, Jon Favreau, Marisa Tomei co-star in this fun-filled Marvel sequel. 129 min. C/Rtg: PG-13 Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021)Outed as Spider-Man at the windup of "Far from Home," Peter Parker (Tom Holland) faces devastating repercussions for himself and his loved ones. Turning to Dr. Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) for a mystic mindwipe on all who learned his identity, the consequences bring a host of alternate-reality Spider-foes like the Green Goblin (Willem Dafoe), Dr. Octopus (Alfred Molina), and Electro (Jamie Foxx) to his plane-and Pete looks to surprising allies for the cleanup. Much-anticipated Spidey saga co-stars Zendaya, Jacob Batalon, Marisa Tomei. 148 min. C/Rtg: PG-13 Widescreen; Soundtrack: English.
Detalles del producto
- Dimensiones del paquete : 17 x 13.5 x 1.1 cm; 270 gramos
- Número de modelo del producto : XL-5Y-8A68
- Director : Jon Watts
- Formato multimedia : Importación
- Actores : Tom Holland, Zendaya, Marisa Tomei, Jacob Batalon, Michael Keaton
- Subtitulado: : Francés, Español
- Subtítulos: : Inglés, Francés, Español
- Estudio : Sony Pictures
- ASIN : B09NRZM7ZD
- País de origen : EE. UU.
- Número de discos : 3
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Overall Blu Ray trilogy package: -A 👍
Revisado en los Estados Unidos 🇺🇸 el 12 de abril de 2022
Overall Blu Ray trilogy package: -A 👍
Here are the reviews on the image and audio quality from blu-ray.com.
Spider-Man: Homecoming's 1080p transfer delivers a satisfying image of a shiny new release movie. The digitally sourced picture reveals impressive detailing, maintaining a naturally sharp structure that helps accentuate any number of robust elements, including dense New York city streets, storefronts, and apartment and school interiors. Environments come to life with impressive accuracy and attention to detail, and never do edges smudge or smear. Skin textures are pleasantly complex as visible in close-up, as are clothes and Spider-Man's costume in particular; the latter always surprises with the level of tangible complexity evident in zoomed-in shots of the mask, where the finest fabric details are visible with obvious textural elements. Iron Man and Vulture armor are likewise complex and revealing of extra-fine details and imperfections alike. Colors are handled very well. Red and blue Spider-Man costume hues are appropriately vibrant and well saturated throughout the film. Vulture's green night vision eyepieces are punchy, and brightly lit city exteriors are awash in wonderfully diverse and finely structured colors. Black levels hold very deep for the duration, critical in the film's numerous dark and nighttime scenes. Skin tones offer no reason to complain. Very mild noise is visible in a few places, but the image appears otherwise clean at the source and is encoded efficiently. Fans should be very satisfied with Sony's efforts on this one.
Spider-Man: Homecoming's Blu-ray unsurprisingly contains a DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 lossless soundtrack while the UHD has a Dolby Atmos soundtrack on offer. But fret not, the DTS track delivers a thoroughly enjoyable listen on its own merits. The only stumbling block comes right out of the gate at a cleanup site where voices reverberate with an unnatural depth and intensity, sounding more tinny than true, but the track certainly never takes its foot off the gas or missteps thereafter. The track offers continual aggressiveness, presenting every element with as much width, depth, and seamless movement as a 5.1 track can muster. The Iron Man suit zooming around, alien tech laser blasts popping and zipping about, action scenes spreading wide: there's a harmonious balance between front-end dominance, surround support, and low end intensity that all power the film's most demanding action scenes with sonic intensity and precision. Environmental details astound, whether fluid city din, thumping music at a party, or one-off details like a ringing school bell or PA announcements on a train; the track always finds proper balance to support pieces that easily pull the listener into each and every environment. Music also enjoys seamless spacing and pinpoint clarity of all elements. Dialogue is clear and detailed with unwavering front-center positioning beyond moments of reverberation, all of which, again save for the one example, deliver environmentally realistic positioning.
The digitally photographed Spider-Man: Far from Home swings onto Blu-ray with a practically picture-perfect 1080p transfer. The picture is clear, rich, and pushes the Blu-ray format to its limits. Every detail is sharp, robustly defined, and complex. Core components are always on the mark: skin details are intimately precise, clothing fabrics (including various Spider-Man and other costumes) reveal their inherent complexities with ease, and numerous European locations are alive with tack-sharp precision and fine detail down to the smallest local flavors and construction necessities. Colors pop with impressive saturation and tonal fullness. Certainly Spider-Man red and blue and Mysterio green are amongst the highlights, but Blu-ray fans can look forward to impressively presented clothing, skin tones, and black levels. Noise is next to nonexistent and there are no other source or encode blemishes of note. This is a terrific Blu-ray presentation from Sony.
With Spider-Man: Far from Home, Sony continues the practice of leaving the UHD's Dolby Atmos soundtrack off the Blu-ray in favor of a DTS-HD Master Audio 7.1 lossless soundtrack. In this case: good move. This is actually the superior of the two tracks. There are no technical deficiencies to report with this presentation. It's quite the listen with everything in good working order, including robust, bass-heavy action scenes that are never wanting for low end thunder but also never struggling to balance that prodigious sonic content with finessed detail and flowing elements. Action scenes are stout and fully effective, combining wide berth front end stretch, effortless and precise surround integration, and subwoofer output in harmony. The soundtrack is regularly and delightfully precise in all areas, including also environmental fill detail, such as perfectly placed hammering sound effects in the under construction hotel in which Peter's class stays while in Venice or the general crowd din when out and about in the city's bustling locations. Music is energetic, wide, deep, and true. Clarity is perfect and fluidity and placement are without flaw. Dialogue is clear and well prioritized while grounded in a natural front-center location.
Spider-Man: No Way Home swings onto Blu-ray with a perfect 1080p transfer. The presentation is stout and stellar, offering crisp, high yield clarity that pushes the format to its extreme limits. Definition and detail are absolutely first-rate, whether considering either practical or digital elements. All of the usual entities are in perfect working order: skin and hair are crystal-clear. Clothes and costumes are intricately revealing (including, of course, Spider-Man's various suits and fabrics), and of course all of the high texture city environments that leap off the screen with incredible tactile complexity. Colors are super, too. The palette is gorgeously rendered, offering impressive depth and vividness. Colors hold to a natural output with no contrast extremes or temperature anomalies, yet there's plenty of aggressive brilliance and nuance to enjoy. This of course extends to perfectly realized skin tones, extremely deep and accurate blacks, and impressively bright whites. The image shows no source or encode flaws, either. Blu-ray just doesn't get any better than this for a brand new blockbuster.
Despite the absence of the fuller, more immersive and satisfying Atmos track that Sony has included on the concurrently released UHD, the Blu-ray's DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 lossless soundtrack is no slouch, offering web-slinging goodness, action, and music galore with just the type of precision, fullness, and clarity listeners would expect from a 5.1 track paired with one of the biggest movies ever made. The presentation is nonstop impressive, offering full stage engagement to heavy action, musical score, and atmosphere alike. The first big action sequence comes to life with room-shaking bass as Doctor Octopus' heavy tentacles slam into a concrete overpass. The action to follow is intense as cars fly, concrete rubble flings, and characters sweep and swoop around the stage, yielding a symphony of sonic delight that balances low end extension, evolving surround content, and discrete effects with uncanny precision, even in the "limited" 5.1 configuration. Of course, these observations hold for the duration as the action becomes ever more intense and complex. Throughout the film, musical engagement soars for perfect spacing with dominant front side output and balanced surround and subwoofer integration, adding just the right low-end depth and back-channel usage to make for a fully satisfying presentation. City atmosphere, crowd din, and other environmental essentials are equally well engaged. Dialogue is clear, well prioritized, and finds its home in a front center channel, where it remains minus the few times when more discrete, location-specific placement is necessary. The Atmos track is better, but this is a rousing Blu-ray track from start to finish.
Revisado en los Estados Unidos 🇺🇸 el 17 de noviembre de 2022