In June, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment will bring Act of Valor to Blu-ray. Directors Mike McCoy and Scott Waugh's action-thriller uses active-duty Navy SEALs to tell a fictionalized account of the hunt to stop a dangerous terrorist cell.
From Fox's official synopsis:
"When a mission to recover a kidnapped CIA operative unexpectedly results in the discovery of an imminent, terrifying global threat, an elite team of highly trained Navy SEALs must immediately embark on a heart-stopping secret operation."
While the technical specifications are still unknown for this Blu-ray/DVD/Digital Copy combo pack, the disc contains a number of bonus supplements, including:
- "Christmas in the Barracks"
- "Shabal in Winter Palace"
- "Christo's House"
- "Shabal on Boat"
- "Shabal in Kiro"
- Directors' introduction
- Interviews with the seven SEALs who starred in the film
- Four behind-the-scenes featurettes
- Keith Urban's "For You" music video
- Making-of featurette for the music video
"Mixed reviews"? LOL, 25% on RT is not "mixed reviews". Still, I'm sure any experience movie-goer knows just what he's getting with this movie, so if expectations are realistic it might be a fun watch.
I didn't see this and won't see it because all it contains is explosions and shooting with no story and horrible acting. Makes it no different than a Michael Bay movie, except it doesn't cost as much money.
A most excellent movie! Not using professional actors, to portray the soldiers, gave the film a touch of realism, that it wouldn't have had otherwise. Make sure you have some Kleenex tissues handy. Act of Valor has a very emotional ending. I already have this on pre-order at Amazon. Hopefully I'll get it in the mail before release day.