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Your Highness Blu-ray (Updated)

Posted June 9, 2011 09:42 AM by Josh Katz

Universal StudiosThis summer, the raunchy fantasy spoof Your Highness arrives on Blu-ray. Director David Gordon Green's unfairly maligned follow-up to Pineapple Express, Your Highness follows a moronic prince (Danny McBride, "Eastbound & Down") as he quests to rescue his brother's betrothed. The film is ripe for rediscovery on the high-definition format; it boasts a richly textured fantasy world, propulsive action sequences, and sly comic performances from the likes of Natalie Portman (Black Swan), Justin Theroux (Mulholland Drive), and James Franco (127 Hours).

Update: Universal Studios Home Entertainment has released the official details for the Your Highness Blu-ray. The disc will carry the theatrical cut of the film (103 minutes) and an unrated version (106 minutes). Both will be mastered in 1080p with DTS-HD Master Audio soundtracks and presented in their original 2.39:1 aspect ratios. In addition, the Blu-ray's special features are listed below - click here and here to read two interviews with David Gordon Green where he further discusses these Blu-ray supplements.
  • Feature commentary with video intro from Director Gordon Green, Executive Producer/Co-Writer/Star Danny McBride, and Stars James Franco & Justin Theroux
  • Damn You Gods: Full-length "making of" documentary
  • Alternate scenes
  • Gag reel
  • Line-O-Rama featurette
  • Perverted Visions featurette
  • A Vision of Leezar featurette
  • My Scenes
  • Digital copy of unrated versio
  • Pocket BLU app
Your Highness streets on August 9th, 2011.





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News comments (20 comments)



anomaly7
  Jun 07, 2011
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Heard mixed things about this movie, and skipped it in theaters. Will probably give this a rental first.

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Jumpman
  Jun 07, 2011
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Loved this flick. Not great but a hell of a lot fun. I'm very curious to what the Unrated Cut will add to the film.
Truewitt
  Jun 07, 2011
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"Unfairly maligned"? That's funnier than anything in this movie. This film was utter trash. It was vulgarity for vulgarity's sake. I can deal with funny vulgarity, this was just vapid.

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rickah88
  Jun 07, 2011
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If it falls to $19.99 that maaaaaybe I can go the guilty pleasure route. Otherwise it is in my Netflix Q!
Boorah
  Jun 07, 2011
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This movie was not for everyone, but if you enjoy Mcbride's other work, or if you enjoy dumb stoner comedies, you should check this out. I myself was smiling the whole time when I watched it! Day 1 if the price is right.
F13BluRay
  Jun 07, 2011
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Great movie! Def not for everyone. Reminded me of Super Troopers (very different setting of course) Theroux and Portman were hilarious!

bboisvert
  Jun 07, 2011
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Just my 2 pennies, but I think BD.com should start keeping the commentary to the reviews and leave the news as just news.

The weekend box office report is calling "The Hangover Part II" abysmal. This announcement is calling "Your Highness" unfairly maligned and (*cough*) richly-textured.


It just seems irrelevant and unprofessional to me. If it's a news item, the opinion of a single, random author doesn't seem to fit the mold.
moviegeek123
  Jun 07, 2011
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@ bboisvert -

The New York Times sprinkles light author commentary into its weekly home video announcement column. Reporting on art differs slightly from reporting on current events; you can't NOT talk about quality in some way or another when you're writing about aesthetic stuff, and a small measure of subjectivity is acceptable. My guess is that you simply don't agree with either of the BD.com writers about their opinions, which is fine, but debate your points in the comments section on why you believe both films are worthy or unworthy rather than attacking the journalistic integrity of the site's writers. This is hardly biased political or economic reportage (both of which are FAR more important than something on when Your Highness is coming out on Blu-ray, and both are more worthy of professional scrutiny).

bboisvert
  Jun 07, 2011
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"attacking the journalistic integrity"... really?

I just think that comments on the relative quality of the movies based on a single individuals opinion don't belong in movie announcements. If this site disagrees, it's no skin off my teeth.

Inspector Toschi
  Jun 07, 2011
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"unfairly maligned"

It seemed pretty fare to me. I love Eastbound & Down and enjoyed Pinapple Express, but Your Highness was just bad. Even with my love of 80s fantasy, I had trouble making it trough the whole film. Such a missed opportunity.

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davidthenikonuser
  Jun 07, 2011
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We must quest! I really liked this. Very fun movie.

Morsoth
  Jun 07, 2011
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Very funny movies! It reminds me our old Dungeons & Dragons games when we were bored and wanted to add humor in it! Seriously, turn your brain OFF, and just enjoy the weird universe of Your Highness!

Minimejer05
  Jun 07, 2011
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Awesome movie. Will be getting day one!

JTStarkiller
  Jun 08, 2011
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Oh David Gordon Green. You were a great director once...

Armorales102
  Jun 09, 2011
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this movie is trash

CHERRYGARCIA
  Jun 09, 2011
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just saw this a few weeks back..didn't laugh at all..HUGE DISAPPOINTMENT!

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nathanp
  Jun 09, 2011
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Just like No Strings Attached, Natalie Portman in her underwear is the only thing good about this movie, might buy it when it reaches the bargain bin.

PBateman87
  Jun 09, 2011
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This movie was a fairly big disappointment for me; David Gordon Green, McBride, Franco, Portman and Theroux are great ingredients but they did not add up to a satisfying whole. There were intermittently funny parts though, and I did enjoy the fantasy element with some nice CGI and creature effects, which should look fine on BD. I'll get it for sure when it's on the cheap.
Nevadacadabra
  Jun 09, 2011
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This movie totally has cult classic written all over it... might take a few years, but it's gonna end up on that circuit and will be particularly popular with the college crowd... personally, I laughed my ass off the entire movie and I *hate* raunchy movies for the sake of raunch (i.e., "The 40 Year-Old Virgin") but the weird dynamic of middle age (or rather middle earth) setting and old english mixed with the swearing actually made it novel enough to be funny to me. Just so absurd and abstract... Also, I knew it was a pipe dream, but I was really hoping they would add a short film - an epilogue of sorts - that showed the quest Thadeous and Isabel were about to embark on at the end on the DVD/Blu release.
bradley4846
  Jun 10, 2011
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will prob blind buy it. cant believe i missed it in theaters


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