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Mean Girls

4K Ultra HD Blu-ray

  • Score: 88

    from 7 reviewers

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  • The new 4K UHD release of 'Mean Girls' presents a substantial video upgrade with Dolby Vision, though the audio remains unchanged; a solid addition for fans.

    Mean Girls 4K UHD Blu-ray Front Cover

    Disc Release Date

    True 4K

    HDR10

    Dolby Vision

    Dolby TrueHD

  • Video: 91

  • Mean Girls' 20th Anniversary 4K UHD Blu-ray features a substantial upgrade over previous releases with a newly mastered 4K transfer, Dolby Vision HDR, and HEVC/H.265 encoding, enhancing color richness, clarity, and detail while maintaining natural skin tones and solid black levels, despite minor occasional softness and grain inconsistencies.

  • Audio: 87

  • Mean Girls' 4K UHD Blu-ray reuses the Dolby TrueHD 5.1 mix, offering clear, center-focused dialogue and vibrant music with mild surround activity. While front-heavy and lacking immersive qualities, it maintains good clarity and sufficient dynamic range. A solid but unexceptional audio experience.

  • Extra: 81

  • The 20th Anniversary 4K UHD release of 'Mean Girls' retains all previous supplements, adding a new, albeit promotional, retrospective featurette. Commentary by Waters, Fey, and Michaels is informative yet at times simplistic. Additional extras include featurettes, bloopers, deleted scenes, interstitials, and a trailer.

  • Movie: 86

  • The 4K UHD Blu-ray release of "Mean Girls" remains faithful to its 2004 charm with splendid 2160p/Dolby Vision visuals, retaining the original Dolby TrueHD 5.1 audio and legacy extras. The film, a cultural phenomenon written by Tina Fey, blends sharp, witty humor with satirical insights into high school life, still resonating after 20 years.

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