A perfect 4K release. Movie is entertaining. Kids definitely loved this. This 3 discs pack (4K+3D+2D) should be a Collector's Edition but,due to very ordinary packaging (even cover page quality is very thin n poor) we can't consider this as Collector's pack. Poor packaging is minus point here.
Got a very nice n attractive Pikachu soft toy with this pack. Full points to Excel for included this in 4K edition. Hindi dubbing is just ok. Overall must buy movie for all Pokemon/Pikachu Fanz.
The steelbook looks lovely and I am happy to confirm that the design and finish are all identical to the BestBuy version retailing in USA. It has a glossy finish and looks gorgeous in hand. No embossing or debossing on the front or back, though. It has two discs, one 3D disc and another regular 2D disc.
As of now, the 4K and steelbook variants of the film are being delivered with a bonus Pikachu plush, which looks decent and the size is perfect. No pre-order bonus disc was delivered, though. This toy does make up for it to an extent.
Will update this review in the next few weeks, once I check out the actual contents on the discs.
Update: The 3D looks gorgeous, with excellent depth and occasional pop-outs. Both the discs include the Hindi audio option, among several other languages. No Telugu or Tamil, though.
I felt that the special features could've been laid out better. Majority of the extras are part of the "Detective Mode", which is a Picture-in-Picture commentary. If selected, it plays clips in tiny windows while the movie runs in the background. Also, there's a 20-minute making-of-documentary. Everything else was either fairly short or almost pointless. They were fun, nonetheless. There's also an alternate opening included.
Here's the complete list of extras:
Detective Mode: PiP mode with information related to the making, few interviews, the source material and some Easter eggs. Creating the World: approx 20 mins, includes some more interviews and behind the scenes footage. My Pokemon Adventure: 2 mins Mr. Mime's Audio Commentary: 3 mins, it is exactly what it sounds like. Carry On Music Video: 3 mins Alternate Opening: 2 mins, features a scene with Rob Delaney ("Peter" from Deadpool 2), who works with Tim in insurance. This scene has decent humour but it's different from the tone of the rest of the film. Glad they left it as an extra. Outside the Actor's Studio: 2 mins, a short montage featuring Ryan Reynolds. Works like a mockumentary.
I've attached few pics of the steelbook and the toy for reference.