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As expected, the DVD includes a 5.1 mix of the Blu-ray version with the same exclusive feature. A single featurette gives the producers of the film the chance to discuss their experiences. The disc also includes alternate English dubs and a 2.0 DTS-HD Master Audio.
I can’t say I was expecting anything more from Iron Man 2 than another messy, flawed sequel, but I have to say it’s not as bad as I expected. I know so many people hated ‘Iron Man,’ and I didn’t really understand why at the time, but after seeing this sequel, I understand why so many people felt that way. Iron Man 2 isn’t bad; it’s just kind of mediocre. It’s bigger, louder, noisier, and more scattered, but it’s also a lot of fun. I’d recommend picking up this Blu-ray, which is a big upgrade from the first disc, if you liked the first one. I know I did. That’s one movie I’m excited to see again.
Atomic Ranch has been a company a long time ago working on wonderful and well-done products. In this case, they put their name on Iron Man 2, which is a combo pack of the 4K UHD and Blu-ray with a Digital Copy for redemption on the MoviesAnywhere and RedeemDigitalMovie.com sites.
Marvel Studios brings Iron Man 2 to the 4K UHD Blu-ray as a dual-layered combo pack with a slipcover and 4K UHD disc in a gorgeous, eco-vortex case. When redeeming the code via the MoviesAnywhere and RedeemDigitalMovie.com services, members gain access to the 4K UHD digital version in Dolby Vision HDR and Dolby Atmos audio. Iron Man 2 also boasts a dual-layered BD50 disc that is identical to the previous Blu-ray and 1080p version that is housed in a black eco-vortex case with a glossy slipcover. The disc includes features exclusive to the 4K UHD Blu-ray presentation including a Hall of Armor feature that allows fans to look at every Iron Man suit and Iron Monger in incredible detail, 3D walkthroughs, digital 3D and a separate version for the PC.
It could be argued that the first film, with its attention to character, is more of a family drama; with this film, it’s more of an action movie. In ‘Iron Man 2,’ Tony Stark is a superhero with technology that’s deadly in the wrong hands (his protectors know to put the suit on just as the bad guys arrive). The films eschews big, spectacular special effects, and there isn’t even a big battle sequence until the penultimate act. As a result, some of the scenes are slow-moving and more reminiscent of 30s gangster movies; there are kids on motorcycles chasing Iron Man. But in typical Favreau style, they are shot so fast and with so much energy that it almost seems like a cartoon. I must say, I quite enjoyed the way he shot the toys and the cars, and that more than anything else made the entire sequence memorable.
That doesn’t mean the film is without a few problems, such as its one weak plot line. Iron Man’s interest in War Machine seems a bit skewed, and we find out that he was dating Rhodey’s wife (Michelle Yeoh) and was friendly with Rhodey, which I found to be an odd choice. They’re in love with each other, and if that’s the case, why is Rhodey hanging out with Tony? Furthermore, during the first film, we really didn’t expect Tony to take off his suit and go shirtless, although the reality of what his chest looks like later on provided extra glee for the people who did watch the previous film. The biggest problem, however, is how thin the plot is.
The movie is called ‘Iron Man 2.’ It’s about a guy in a suit of armor called ‘Iron Man.’ It’s a two-disc thing. So what do we do to ‘Iron Man 2?’ The answer: We do the same thing we did to ‘Iron Man.’ We do a good job and make it the best ‘Iron Man’ we can.