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The photography, stories, and acting are all very good.
What makes this film brilliant is its ability to create a cohesive story using the themes, characters, and nuances of a series of seemingly unrelated stories.
Most movies like this have one main plot line they follow and branch off of that...this one just put them all together and I had a hard time following.
A masterpiece. Ignore the critics. This is one of the greatest films ever, and one of the greatest stories ever.Published 1 day ago by Laurence Galian
Makes you really think about how everyone is somehow connected. How we all play a part in each other lives, and the things we do to end them.Published 1 day ago by Rethink
This is a hidden gem, my life has been enriched ever since I discovered the DVD on the shelf of a local library. I've since bought the BD and watched it 2. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Tintin
Epic in scale, beautifully filmed, grand themes, but deeply flawed. I'm glad the filmmakers tried something so ambitious, but they didn't quite get it right. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Phillip Laforce
I had just finished reading the book. The film brought it to life for me all over again. I loved how the language and situation changed in each era, yet how the underlying themes... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Kathleen D Carroll
Having just read (and reviewed) the book, I was hoping the film would, of necessity, clarify some points, especially the almost incomprehensable middle section. Read morePublished 6 days ago by susankaye
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I don't know if I say they improve the story, but one of the features does go into little details you wouldn't normally pick up on. For instance, the Abess's book that has the testimony of Sonmi in the Zachary story: the cover is made from the collars of clones who have broken free. The stitching... Read More
May 2, 2013 by P. M. Gunther | See all 4 posts
|Anyone know if this includes iTunes Digital Copy or if Ultraviolet is HD?||
Um, I just watched the UV copy and it was in HD, (HDX actually). UV allows you to access your digital copy in a number of different ways and you can have a copy on every participating source. I primarily watch my UV stuff via Vudu, because the service is supported through the XBox 360, so that... Read More
May 27, 2013 by Fiontar McEoghan | See all 6 posts
|Why so long to release on Blu-ray?||
I wondered this as well and kept digging to find the answer. Apparently they screwed the distribution of this film in theaters, it didn't open in Europe in a lot of places until a few weeks ago.
So, a messy theatrical release post-poned the date. Lets just be happy we get it this summer... Read More
Mar 19, 2013 by Tyler | See all 3 posts
|why no 3d for cloud atlas||
Cloud Atlas was not shot with 3D cameras. Though I like your idea of it being in 3D. The technology exists to transfer 2D to 3D, as done with "Titanic", though I did not see the 3D version.
15 days ago by Joe | See all 5 posts
|reviews of "Cloud Atlas"||
There is no 3D version of this film. It doesn't exist.
May 14, 2013 by P. M. Gunther | See all 2 posts
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