Avatar: The Way of Water 4K UHD [Blu-ray] [Region Free]
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Before the confirmation came in, the prospect of a Blu-ray 3D version of Avatar The Way of Water release was still a 50-50 situation. On the one hand it’s the sequel to the biggest 3D movie of all time, in fact the biggest movie of all time, so there was more than enough scope for it to get the green light. extravaganza, "a tale as old as time", and it arguably could have been edited pretty significantly without any major issues. But, as for the video and
Casting– Discover the screen tests that won the talented young cast their roles in Avatar: The Way of Water. New Zealand - Pandora's Home (HD; 4:24) offers some scenery only slightly less lustrous than Pandora's, though the focusThe Reef People of Pandora – In true James Cameron-style, the Metkayina reef clan has been developed with great attention to detail, bearing unique evolutionary traits and a culture – with new dwellings, new clothes and different way of life – all a result of living off the ocean.
New Zealand: Pandora’s Home – The production of the Avatar sequels is so thoroughly ensconced in New Zealand that James Cameron considers The Way of Water a “New Zealand film.” Hear reflections from the cast and crew, including the remarkable New Zealand crew, on making the film. Blu-ray 3D really hasn’t had much in the way of new material in a while, so it’s easy to see why there was a little doubt about the prospect. The reality is that home entertainment details for Avatar 2 took a long time to get confirmed, apart from the digital release, so there wasn’t anything concrete to go on for a while, but with positive comments from producer John Landau and director James Cameron we’ve been hopeful from the start. was the beautiful organic, fluid (no watery pun intended) nature of the animation. The 4K level of detail materially improves on already excellent detail It is available in Ultra HD (4K), and also supports Dolby Atmos audio (as long as you have compatible equipment). within the frame have been very well established. While there are certainly discernable planes of depth in the many almost impossibly wide vistasplace of a martinet. That aforementioned martinet, Colonel Miles Quaritch (Stephen Lang), is still on hand However, danger looms and Quaritch and his RDA forces have returned to the lush moon, this time to claim it as a replacement to Earth. Jake and Neytiri are forced to explore more of Pandora and make their way to the shore to live with a new Na’vi clan called the Metkayina. others. The plot dynamics are frequently unabashedly cliché ridden, with both Spider and Jake and Neytiri's kids being taken hostage at various surprised to see this disc didn't offer Dolby Vision, HDR also adds significant and I'd say more highly observable than usual highlights in the palette that