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  • Score: 60

    from 2 reviewers

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  • Despite solid technical merits and entertaining performances, 'Imaginary' feels derivative and lacks appeal for viewers over 21.

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    Dolby Atmos

    Dolby TrueHD

  • Video: 80

  • The Blu-ray of 'Imaginary' presents a mixed experience: an AVC encoded 1080p transfer in 2.39:1 with nicely lit outdoor scenes that exhibit excellent fine detail, yet plagued by overly dark sequences and muted colors, resulting in disappointing shadow detail and depth.

  • Audio: 90

  • Imaginary features an engaging Dolby Atmos track with clear dialogue, powerful bass during sound effects and jump scares, and immersive surround activity, especially in the 'Never Ever Realm.' The mix excels with depth and clarity, adding to the film’s atmospheric intensity. Subtitles include English SDH, English, Spanish, and French.

  • Extra: 62

  • Extras for **Imaginary** are modest, comprising an 18-minute multi-part documentary providing insightful background info and interviews, plus a director's commentary by Jeff Wadlow and DeWanda Wise, all packaged with a slipcover and digital code.

  • Movie: 60

  • Imaginary struggles to balance horror and family drama, resulting in a largely exposition-heavy film with intermittent startles but lacking in consistent tension. Despite some commendable performances, particularly by Betty Buckley and Pyper Braun, the film is hindered by poor execution, uninspired direction, and overly dark visuals.


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