Excerpt: Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment have released the horror movie "Jennifer's Body" onto Blu-ray in the United Kingdom, in the original aspect ratio of 1.85:1. The transfer is 1080p and uses an AVC MPEG-4 codec. As far as the transfer goes, it's almost reference quality.
Excerpt: Jennifer (Megan Fox) is the most popular girl in school, a beautiful vixen who loves to have fun. Needy (Amanda Seyfried) is quiet and introverted, not the kind of girl who stands out. The two seem like polar opposites, but they’ve been friends since childhood and the bond is undeniable.
Summary: Not nasty enough to appease the sex and violence crowd and not quite subversive enough to really tread any new ground, Jennifer’s Body has got some obvious flaws. That said, it’s entertaining enough when you take into account that it’s playing safely within the confines of a major studio release and...
Excerpt: "Hell is a teenage girl," viewers are warned in their introduction to Jennifer's Body , a funny, brainy, mildly flawed effort that should at least temporarily put to rest the debate over whether Megan Fox is more than just a pretty face.
Excerpt: Sexy temptress Megan Fox is hotter than hell as Jennifer, a gorgeous, seductive cheerleader who takes evil to a whole new level after she's possessed by a sinister demon. Steamy action and gore galore ensue as the male student body succumbs to Jennifer's insatiable appetite for human flesh.
Excerpt: The Film Blood, entrails, indie rock and a lesbian lip lock; what more could you want? Hopefully nothing, since Jennifer's Body offers little else -- oh except 102 minutes of getting to stare at... well, Jennifer's body.
Excerpt: Maybe the producers or the studio should have called this Megan Fox’s Body . Not only would that have fit the cheeky style and tone of the film, maybe audiences would have grasped what Jennifer’s Body was trying to do. There is no question this movie would have been wasteful without Megan Fox.
Conclusion: You know what? Screw the bad reviews and ignore the box office - 'Jennifer's Body' is a whip smart little horror comedy that I absolutely adored. Blood and bitchiness are mixed liberally, to absolutely endearing effect. Diablo Cody has finally won me over.