‘The Bad Guys’ on Blu-ray is the perfect addition to your family movie collection (Review)


The villains, the newest animated film from Dreamworks, is now available on Blu-ray, and it will be a perfect addition to any family movie collection this summer. Based on a series of children’s books of the same name by Aaron Blabey, The villains follows an infamous team of nefarious animal burglars – Mr. Wolf, Mr. Snake, Mr. Piranha, Mr. Shark and Mrs. Tarantula – as they attempt to turn over a new leaf. The film features the voices of iconic stars such as Sam Rockwell, Marc Maron, Awkwafina, Craig Robinson, Anthony Ramos, Richard Ayoade, Zazie Beetz, Alex Borstein and Lilly Singh.

Now available in 4K Ultra HD, Blu-Ray, DVD and Digital, Villains: Collector’s Edition The home video version has tons of special features that are worth owning. Fans of the film will find much to appreciate in the featurettes, which include deleted scenes, behind-the-scenes footage, and making-of clips that detail the making of the film. There’s also an all-new, hilarious original short track “Maraschino Ruby,” which continues the adventures of the crew after they turn well. The Bad Guys home release also includes a tabletop playback clip, which lets fans see the actors perform together as anthropomorphic ne’er-do-wells.

In a previous interview with Coming, The villains Director Pierre Perifel spoke about the process of making the film, including the complicated nature of turning a band of outlaws into likeable heroes. “Yeah, it’s not an easy thing to do, frankly. It was really tricky,” he said. “Well, you know what, in, there are so many movies that are about villains, and of course, like you said, the first thing you have to make sure you do is make sure the audience relates to these characters or sympathizes with these characters so that they can embark on the adventure and the rest of the film without thinking “What am I looking for [at]?'”

Perifel then referred to an iconic heist franchise that probably comes to mind for many fans when they see The villains, saying, “When you’re talking about a movie like Ocean 11, you have live-action actors, just the charisma of a Brad Pitt or a George Clooney who are villains, but their on-screen charisma carries so much weight that you fall in love with the character very quickly.” He continued, “In our case, you don’t have that because they’re like synthetic characters. So obviously your actors will help you, but you have to create those little pockets of kindness in them. Even though they’re supposed to be bad guys, [they’re] learning how to be good guys in a way that changed a bit where it became Wolf the desire to belong, as opposed to I’m a bad guy who only does bad things.”

The director added: “Now I’m becoming a good guy with just good things. That’s not exactly what we’re talking about anymore. It kind of started there, but now it’s more like an outsider character wanting to be adopted. and liked, which is such a relatable desire, so just by doing that, you immediately sympathize with the character.

He finally offered, “Okay. I’m now in favor of a character who was unfairly pitted or categorized as bad and who’s trying to belong now, and we want to love him. So that character becomes an underdog. , but obviously you do it too through the charm of the characters, the witty lines, and just a few little tricks Leaving him a tip apologizing and laughing a little at his own expense, and I think I think it all goes a long way just to help you focus on the character.”


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