InterStellar 4K UltraHD [Blu-ray]

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InterStellar 4K UltraHD [Blu-ray]

InterStellar 4K UltraHD [Blu-ray]

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It's all very natural, but a direct comparison with the Blu-ray makes it much more obvious that the Ultra HD Blu-ray is a marked upgrade.

I don’t think Spielberg would ever let the science overshadow the story and most importantly, the characters, but I’ll exercise my right to digress again because I actually do want to get to all the geeky scientific stuff in this review too. If you’re a fan of Interstellar and are set up for Ultra HD Blu-ray, this is a must have for your collection.

Look no further than to the painstakingly detailed gravel roads in Calgary to the corn fields that seem to go on forever almost infinitely like the breathtaking views provided to us in outer space. You can easily go through that scene yourself and see how tight the composition is; how often his face gets cropped, as if they cinematographer hadn't planned it to be in widescreen. Yes we’re not getting a few of his movies and no we’re not getting new atmospheric surround audio packages, but we’re getting something so much more important.

They come back to Earth throughout the film, but I never really felt the “gravity” of the situation besides a few dust storms here and there and of course some coughs. Cooper, along with a skeleton crew, head off into the bowels of space and head for a wormhole that will allow them to travel beyond our solar system. Our planet is having problems and unless mankind does something about it people are going to starve and as they say eventually suffocate from all the dust (shown by the blight conditions in the film).Noise/Artifacts: All you’ll really find here is some very minimal grain throughout, but you have to love the fact that this puppy was shot on film. It delivers science fiction with a distinctly factual flavour; positing a palpably realistic future, and revelling in complex scientific concepts which most filmmakers eschew in favour of preserving audience sanity. Vivid, richly-saturated greens seem to pop out the most during the farmlands scenes and aboard the space station orbiting Saturn, but secondary pastel hues are also brimming with a boldness throughout. Hans Zimmer’s beautiful music score is a perfect mate for the spirit of the film as it is often blended with action sequences and sounds superb.



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