Avatar: The Way of Water 3D [Blu-ray] [Region Free]
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Scoring Avatar – Composer James Horner and James Cameron discuss how Avatar’s score was grounded in the familiar while evoking a breathtaking new world. Steven Seagal once reportedly had a bee in his bonnet about the names of his films being three words long. As a result, the overall experience isn’t quite as thrillingly immersive as it was in 2009, in part because it lacks the novelty factor. It may not reach the maximum resolution, but you’re trading that for total immersion, something essential for this movie.
En ningún momento parece que estés viendo una secuela, sino una auténtica continuación en toda regla. The film looks amazing in2-D 4K, but the 3-D is an impeccable delivering a genuinely exciting immersive viewing experience that pulls you into James Cameron’s sci-fi universe.have the appropriate equipment, this is a thrilling but actually rather surprisingly subtle viewing experience at times. Pandora Flora – Explore the science behind the Pandoran rainforest, including the exotic plants and bioluminescence.
If Cameron's up to it, not to mention all the other cast and crew members, a third movie is probably going to be in the works some 5 oe so years from now. Editing Avatar – James Cameron and the film’s editors reveal the unique challenges they faced editing Avatar, and the benefits of “learning as you go. Certain items can take longer to source than the estimated week, particularly during busy trading periods and may take longer to arrive at our warehouse. Pandora's Next Generation (HD; 10:47) does similar introductory service for some of the newer folks. extravaganza, "a tale as old as time", and it arguably could have been edited pretty significantly without any major issues.In making Haunted Mansion, director Justin Simien wanted to apply a practical effects-driven approach - here's how he pulled it off. Once again, Cameron frequently shoots scenes so that the audience is peering through something at the action, highlighting the 3D effects.