It’s all about men in action this week in home entertainment, from superheroes in Captain America: The Winter Soldier, to queer Navy men in Burning Blue (above) to gay male porn stars in I’m A Porn Star.
Captain America: The Winter Soldier
($39.99 3D Blu-ray, $32.99 Blu-ray, $29.99 DVD; Disney)
Chris Evans returns as Marvel superhero Captain America, who teams up with Scarlett Johansson’s Black Widow and Anthony Mackie’s Falcon when a conspiracy involving a mysterious, metal-armed villain is discovered. A truly superlative superhero film, chock full of incredible action, plot twists, actiong (Robert Redford plays one of Nick Fury’s SHIELD colleagues) and all the good things we’ve come to expect from Marvel movies (you must see Guardians of the Galaxy, too, if you haven’t yet!). Seriously, this one’s awesome. Extras include a commentary, deleted scenes, a gag reel and several very brief featurettes.
($26.99 DVD; Lionsgate)
Based on D.M.W. Greer’s semi-autobiographical 1992 play, this “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell”-era drama sees a pair of Navy men fall for each other, and deal with an investigation that threatens to out them. Extras include a commentary, deleted scenes and a making of featurette.
($24.99 DVD; Canteen Outlaws)
Man-of-many-talents Charlie David brings us a documentary about the $13 billion gay adult entertainment biz, featuring in-depth interviews and behind the scenes experiences with a quartet of stars, Rocco Reed, Brent Everett, Colby Jansen and Johnny Rapid.
Burning Blue is the worst. I rented it and forever regretted it. Don’t waste ur time.
I beg to differ. Captain America was long, boring and truly tiresome. It made decide to stop watching Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. They should have stopped making movies after Thor.
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