- Actors: -
- Directors: Julian Flores
- Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, Dolby, Full Screen, NTSC, Surround Sound, Widescreen
- Language: English
- Region: All Regions
- Number of discs: 1
- Rated: Parental Guidance SuggestedPG
- Studio: 4K-Ultra-HD-Movies.com
- DVD Release Date: March 30, 2015
- Run Time: 60 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars See all reviews (53 customer reviews)
- ASIN: B00E66C6D8
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #112,292 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
ADVENTURE YELLOWSTONE - The World's Most Popular National Park (Limited Edition - Filmed in 4K ULTRA HD) [Blu-ray]
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Downloadable 4K Version at: vimeo.com/ondemand/38812 Yellowstone National Park is the oldest national park in the world. It contains the largest number of geysers and hot springs in the world. The park is known world-wide for the diversity of its species: it is home to herds of bison, bears, deer and many more fascinating species. Along with its amazing fauna and flora, the national park offers an insight into the history of Earth s formation. It takes visitors to an era when the free play of volcanos and forces of nature were shaping the world. Come with us and experience in pictures the unique beauty of one of the last paradises on our planet. This film was made with the most up-to-date 4K Ultra HD technology which presents you with a fabulous spectacle.
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The music is HORRIBLE. It does absolutely nothing to make you feel like it's Hawaii you're watching.
The narration was so so. Some interesting facts here and there, but the awful music detracted from it all.
Poor cinematography (you can see reflections in the helicopter window), terrible choice of shots, unbelievably poor background music, and virtually nothing recognizable from any visits I've had there. This was a complete waste of money. Do not waste your time.
There are a few impressive shots, but not many. Often times you can see a slight reflection on the helicopter window that the camera was facing. It makes me wonder if they put an expensive camera on a standard charter ride. The interlacing and abrupt transitions made the video seem jerky, and amateurish. The narration was OK, but there is one spot where it cuts off mid sentence. The music is unbelievable... as in "how could anybody believe this would be a good fit?" It would be perfect if the title was "1940s Germany Invades Hawaii". There are a number of very strange selections, that repeat, but one has organ music. Seriously? Organs and Hawaii? There is not one piece of Hawaiian music. And, shots of Hawaiian geese and lava flows take up probably half of the film. If you want poorly filmed shots of lava and geese, set to organ music, then this is the video you've been waiting for.
It is really sad, because I was pretty excited about this Blu-Ray. The delays in release concerned me, but I convinced myself that they would make it all the more amazing. Quite the contrary. These people didn't know what they were doing, that was the cause of the delay, and it is reflected in the film. I buy these films to watch with my family, but primarily my mom - who loves Hawaii but will likely never go again. It doesn't take much to make her swoon. It left all of us with a "what the heck were they thinking" look on our face.
I wish I could get my money back. And, I could, but not without making Amazon pay for my mistake in buying this film. I don't often leave reviews, but I'm doing so in this case for your sake. Stay away from this film.
CONS: This BluRay may put you to sleep. Very slow pacing, which is okay in a nature presentation, but this is a little too slow for my taste. It feels like the editor didn't have enough footage to fill an hour, or was just lazy. The music has a native American flair, which I like, but is repetitive and almost too calming. There are too many close-up shots of rivers flowing and lakes lapping water. C'mon, show us one of the most amazing parks in existence, not close-ups of pine cones and water splashing. This presentation really lacks the majestic scale of Yellowstone, but there are some exceptions as stated above.
Overall, this is a somewhat pretty BluRay that was shot in 4k and downsampled to 1080p HD. It's a decent diversion if it ever comes down in price to oh, say, $5 - $8, but at $14 it's asking too much for the little effort that was put into it. This is not on par with BBC, Discovery, or other nature channels, but they are asking the same kind of prices. Seems like the creators were looking at an easy cash grab, while deciding to at least shoot in 4k, although that's a small part in making a good presentation.