Really liked everything about...especially the wolves. Damn good audio with lots of bass and I enjoyed the story line. Shot for 3D.
Wonder why the BBC did not release Tiny Giants 3D, Wings 3D or Planet Dinosaur 3D in the UK?I see that Tiny Giants is a ‘BBC Earth’ title yet it’s proving difficult to find in the UK.
It’s a mystery, when I saw BBC Earth on the cover I thought eBay UK for a few £ at most. Most peculiar!.
Good to know. I've had this on a wish list for a while but have not yet pulled the trigger.Shot especially for 3D, as if you didn't know...and it really shows. There 's a good 5 mi. extra on how they filmed it in 3D, but it's not in 3D. Great story, almost everything is practical effects and super audio. I tried it in Russian with English subs, but it wasn't right. So I switched to English audio and they did a very good job of dubbing. A real must for your collections.
To each his own. I always listen to the original language when watching a foreign language film. The dubbing is usually horrendous and takes away from the actors performances. I remember sampling the dubbing on Stalingrad and my opinion remains the same.My guess is John just didn't like the subs so went with dubbed, that's what I did.
absolutely, and I agree some dubbing is awful but I will take that over subtitles and 3D. I thought we recently watched Stalingrad but I can’t remember much about it. I will have to watch it again.To each his own. I always listen to the original language when watching a foreign language film. The dubbing is usually horrendous and takes away from the actors performances. I remember sampling the dubbing on Stalingrad and my opinion remains the same.
As Bong Joon Hoo recently said after winning one of his many awards for the brilliant Parasite...
‘Once you overcome the one-inch tall barrier of subtitles, you will be introduced to so many more amazing films’
I'm not really averse to subtitles occasionally, and I'm a pretty fast reader, but I feel the same way if a film is very dialogue-intensive. At that point, you may as well just be reading the printed screenplay as you're missing most of the actors performances and visual aspects of the film.I find with subtitles that I don’t see the actors performance at all. My eyes stay at the bottom as I do nothing but read.
You're more than welcome Robert. You'll have to come over and we'll see how the acoustic panels work out. I have to have Don (another HTF member) over also to see if those panels sound good to him.Just wanted to thank John Sparks for being such a gracious host and allowing me to watch a 3D movie at his place, even though he wasn't able to at the time. You're great, John.