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The Super Mario Bros. Movie Blu-ray Unboxing

In one of the year’s biggest surprises, The Super Mario Bros. Movie was actually pretty damn good. Funny, heartfelt, and visually gorgeous, the film was an absolute delight. Even Chris Pratt defied expectations with a voice performance that was far stronger than anyone expected it to be. Easily one of the best video game adaptations in cinematic history, The Super Mario Bros. Movie makes its way to home entertainment now across digital, DVD, Blu-ray, and 4K.

We took a look at the Blu-ray.


The movie tells the story of two Brooklyn plumbers who are brothers and best friends: Mario, the brave one with the “let’s-a go” attitude, and the perpetually anxious Luigi, who would prefer to go nowhere. We open with the Super Mario Brothers reckoning with their struggling plumbing business, and wind up in a whirlwind adventure through Mushroom Kingdom. Through their journey, we meet a cast of familiar, lovable characters, ultimately uniting together to defeat the power-hungry villain, Bowser. The Super Mario Bros. Movie takes what millions of gamers worldwide have loved for thirty-five years and levels it up to a new and breathtaking cinematic experience.

Includes Over 55 Mins of Bonus Features: 

– Getting to Know the Cast 

– Levelling Up: Making THE SUPER MARIO BROS. MOVIE 


– Peaches Lyric Video 

– Leadership Lessons from Anya Taylor-Joy


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