- Written by John E. Johnson, Jr.
- Published on 05 September 2010
- Home Theater Movie Renter's Guide - September, 2010
- Good (Blu-ray)
- Dexter Season 4 (Blu-ray)
- Wolverine and the X-Men: Final Crisis trilogy (DVD)
- Lost in Space (Blu-ray)
- MacGruber (Blu-ray)
- Lost Season 6 (Blu-ray)
- Nanny McPhee (Blu-ray)
- Road to Perdition (Blu-ray)
- The Office - Season Six (Blu-ray)
- The Evil Dead (Blu-ray)
- Se7en (Blu-ray)
- Clash of the Titans (Blu-ray)
- Crazy Heart (Blu-ray)
- House - Season Six (Blu-ray)
- Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time (Blu-ray)
- Robin Hood (2010) (Blu-ray)
- All Pages
"Wolverine and the X-Men: Final Crisis Trilogy" (DVD) - Reviewed by Jim Milton
The Battle for the Future Ends in a Shattering 3-Part Finale. Itâ€™s time to save the world from Xavier's catastrophic future in â€œVolume 6: Final Crisis Trilogy,â€ as Wolverine and the X-Men stop at nothing to prevent the worldâ€™s end in this epic first season finale. The shadowy Inner Circle has captured Jean Grey in order to possess the dangerous Phoenix inside her, while Magneto uses Mystique, disguised as Senator Kelly, to launch the Sentinels on Genosha. After discovering the truth about the Circleâ€™s plan, Emma Frost realizes she alone must try to harness the Phoenix force and save Jean before itâ€™s too late. Meanwhile in the future, Xavier unwillingly helps Master Mold track down every mutant on the planetâ€¦for execution. Only Wolverine can stop both Magneto and the Inner Circle, preventing the devastating future Xavier has foretold. Who will succeed? The battle for the future has arrived.
- 2010, Color, Not Rated, 1 Hr 8 min
- Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
- Codec: Not Specified
- English 5.1 Dolby Digital
- Violence: Mild
- Sex: No
- Language: No
If you have not seen the prior episodes to this story, you might not be up to speed on what has/is transpiring with the storyline. The animation, though colorful, is generally flat without detail or depth. The story is too deep for little ones and a bit too slow for older kids. If youâ€™re into Marvel characters, perhaps this ones for you.
Picture quality is good for this type of animation, but being a DVD, it exhibits some artifacts, particularly "stair stepping" with diagonal lines and around moving body parts. Colors are strong and solid without bleeding. Sound quality is good with clear dialog and good use of surrounds.
Audio commentary and trailers.