Supergirl (1984) [Blu-ray]

Ilya and Alexander Salkind continue to bring the lore and legend behind the World’s Greatest Super Hero to the big screen in this follow-up to the beloved Christopher Reeve Superman films. Helen Slater (in her screen debut) stars as the sensational Supergirl! Though Superman grew up believing himself to be the Last Son of Krypton, part of his home planet survived: Argo City, home of his uncle, Zor-El (Simon Ward), and Zor-El’s wife, Alura (Mia Farrow). Saved by the wizardry of Zaltar (Peter O’Toole) and the Omegahedron, their daughter Kara comes of age as a Kryptonian when a disaster whisks the Omegahedron to her cousin’s adoptive planet, Earth. Dispatched to rescue it from the clutches of the evil sorceress Selena (Faye Dunaway), Kara must tackle a steep learning curve so that she can pass the test as both mild-mannered schoolgirl Linda Lee and Supergirl! This special edition of Supergirl presents the film’s International Cut, remastered in High Definition for Blu-ray, along with the rare Director’s Cut on a bonus DVD.

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Shane Michael on 07/18/2018 at 3:42 PM.


CaptHowdy on 07/18/2018 at 4:11 PM.

Limited Edition Anchor Bay Release Best Version Ever! This is one of the best Anchor Bay DVD releases to date!A lot of tender loving care went into this release and it shows! The two different DVD menus on the discs are really well done and fun to look at. The ‘Director’s Cut’ version of the film really fleshes out the characters more and adds a lot to the film.An all-star cast, and a fun superhero movie make this one a great film to pull out for the family, or fans of the ‘old-school’ innocent and heroic type superhero…

John B. Connor on 07/18/2018 at 4:21 PM.

The good and the bad… The Good : Helen Slater. She looks great as Supergirl, plus plays the role to perfection with grace, beauty, and just the right touch of naiveté. Just about every scene with her, as Supergirl, was worth watching. (This alone makes the movie worth owning, for me anyway.)The Bad: First and foremost, the story itself.The “inner space” city of Kryptonians looked awful and seemed a weak premise for introducing her. It was also ridiculous how she needed some capsule to get her…