Gravity [Blu-ray 3D + Blu-ray] [2013] [Region Free]

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Gravity [Blu-ray 3D + Blu-ray] [2013] [Region Free]

Gravity [Blu-ray 3D + Blu-ray] [2013] [Region Free]

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Even though I had issues which took me out of the movie – it will still be on my best films of the year list. Even though the film ignores explosive Foley effects (there’s no sound in a vacuum after all), that’s not to say that the mix feels lacking in any way. Sandra Bullock and George Clooney, as astronauts Ryan Stone and Matt Kowalski, deliver dreary performances that are, like the film itself, preoccupied with nailing the technicalities of their characters’ profession instead of convincingly presenting roles rich with inner conflicts.

That’s obviously important for any film, especially ones with minimal characters for audiences to, no pun intended, gravitate towards.If the director’s ambition is to create a great 3D experience, then everything from pre-viz to DI [digital intermediate] will be integrated to that make that happen. First up there’s the 1080p/MVC-encoded 3D presentation, and then there’s it’s 1080p/AVC-encoded 2D twin brother – both framed in the movie’s original theatrical aspect ratio of 2. It showed that 3D can be used for Drama as well as spectacle - and looks set to usher into an alternative genre of 3D films.

From the opening moments, looking down upon the face of Mother Earth as a shuttle approaches from a distance – we are immediately captivated. If one lesson can be taken from James Cameron’s Avatar, Martin Scorsese’s Hugo, and Alfonso Cuarón’s Gravity, it’s that the extra dimension has to be crucial to the narrative itself. But it's also a story of actively choosing to live life; of overcoming despair and making a very intentional decision to press on. The Earth is clearly the film's third character (the filmmakers say as much in the making-of documentaries), a representation of all that is good and protective. A more recent and dare I say it; more appropriate comparison which presents itself is William Eubank’s excellent shoestring masterpiece Love from 2011.The main thing I hope the audience will take away from Gravity is that good 3D can definitely enhance the experience. Years from now, it's one of those films about which you'll say, "I can remember the first time I saw that. Excellent colour saturation, contrast and black levels round out a transfer that undoubtedly sits at the very pinnacle of what 3D Blu-ray is capable of.

Picture: More so than even Avatar, Gravity is a film that simply demands to be seen in 3D – and Warner Home Video’s stereoscopic MVC 2.Disregarding the flaws, it is impossible not to marvel at the astounding effects sequences which alone make Gravity worth seeing, but not necessarily on the big screen.



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