Avatar (DVD + Blu-ray) [2017]

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Avatar (DVD + Blu-ray) [2017]

Avatar (DVD + Blu-ray) [2017]

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As before, the 1080p/AVC MPEG-4 transfer is incredibly sharp and detailed, with no noticeable digital artifacts whatsoever. Some publicity has been made of the fact that the longer cut has an extended Na'vi sex scene between Jake and Neytiri. In addition to DTS-HD track, audio is available in English, French, Spanish and Portuguese Dolby Digital 5.

As a devoted fan, I just had to get this Collectors Edition Blu-ray edition to add to my collection. Still, despite overcoming expectations, overstepping the chasm that is the ‘Uncanny Valley’ to create one of the first fully-integrated CG/human live-action movies, and single-handedly catapulting 3D technology into the mainstream, what about the movie itself? Finally we get a new death scene for one of the supporting characters, a supposedly poignant moment where Jake honours his fallen companion.The next time we see him, he's a human again, when the tree god transfers his consciousness back to the Avatar. In the aftermath the next day, we're told that they also slaughtered a bunch of construction workers and human soldiers. If you're running a script or application, please register or sign in with your developer credentials here. Capturing Avatar is a mammoth four-part Documentary which runs – in total – at a whopping 100 minutes in length.

Becoming Na'vi (HD; 10:51) looks at some of the training and/or mentoring done to establish "tribal" identities. When all is said and done, there is nothing here to justify the double-dip of this title – the original Theatrical Cut is easily the best cut, the marginally longer Special Edition marking the next best version (it does not have the distracting Earth opening) and the Collector’s Edition is just too much.Avatar: Screenplay Written by James Cameron – Presumably, the final draft of the script, dated July 30, 2007. In this way: Having just watched the Blu-ray, my feeling is that Avatar was produced in 3D, it was meant for 3D and it should be seen in 3D.

Here the Blade Runner-esque environment is all neon advertisements and hover-trains, but bars are still much the same, as are bar-fights, which is exactly what Jake gets into right at the start. Seriously, you can’t deny the visual impact, and the opulence of the new world that has been created and fully realised in such a believable, realistic way, and in 3D it will blow you away.

Updated daily and in real-time, we track all high-def disc news and release dates, and review the latest disc titles. The big companies and their associated Private Military Corporations have decided to rape Pandora for all its worth, and with their lacklustre outreach program failing to negotiation a peaceful resolution with the locals, a more violent approach is set upon. What’s important is the filmmaking technology on display here, much of it (by no surprise) the work of the effects team at WETA Digital – the same people who dazzled us all with The Lord of the Rings films. Of course, thanks to the immense popularity of Avatar, the new 3D format appears to have a serious shot at becoming the next big step in home cinema technology; some would argue that it is as significant as the graduation from black and white to colour all those decades ago. They're housed in glossy cardboard sleeves that you have to pull out from the "pages" of the book-like packaging.

Europe's busiest forums, with independent news and expert reviews, for TVs, Home Cinema, Hi-Fi, Movies, Gaming, Tech and more. Despite all fan concerns that this new, longer Avatar cut would not stand up as well on Blu-ray as its predecessor, the reality is that they are indiscernible.You can refer back to the previous article for more detail on why I feel that way about this specific movie. R. Jones of the Chicago Reader: “Watching it, I began to understand how people in 1933 must have felt when they saw King Kong. Part of Avatar’s success is that it’s a simple, visual story and its message appeals to a wide variety of audiences - perhaps less so here in the States but certainly around the world. dba Freestar (“Freestar”) for the purposes of placing certain advertising on the site, and Freestar will collect and use certain data for advertising purposes.



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