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AMAZON 3D - In The Heart Of Wild Nature (Blu-ray 3D & 2D Version) REGION FREE

2.2 out of 5 stars 55 customer reviews

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Downloadable Full HD Version at: vimeo.com/ondemand/27530 Join and follow us to the wild jungle of the Amazon. Many of the Amazon rain forest are extremely varied and diverse rightly regarded as the crown jewels of the natural world. There are many animals and plants, for example, more than 40.000 species of plants, 427 species of mammals (including jaguar, ocelot, giant otter and river dolphins), 1.294 species of birds (including imperial eagles, toucans, macaws and hummingbirds) and more than 3.000 different species of fish to be identified. However, many areas in the rainforest of the Amazon are still almost unexplored. Experience this adventure filmed in Real 3D and be impressed by the sights. This film was made by a REAL 3D method you can play and watch it in 3D and also in FULL HD.

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Downloadable Full HD Version at: vimeo.com/ondemand/27530

Product Details

  • Actors: Kenneth Wright
  • Directors: Donald Young
  • Format: Blu-ray, Full Screen, NTSC, Surround Sound, 3D, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region B/2 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    PG
    Parental Guidance Suggested
  • Studio: 3D-MEDIA.tv
  • DVD Release Date: October 23, 2013
  • Run Time: 50 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (55 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00AMFKPXA
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #92,345 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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I HAD HIGH HOPES ON THIS MOVIE BUT VERY DISAPPOINTED.IF YOU LIKE LOOKING AT TREE'S, RIVER, PLANTS, THAT GREAT CAUSE THAT MOSTS OF IT.IN THE END YOU SEE MONKEYS, VULTURES & BIRDS & THE ONE LEOPARD.IN FACT THEY ARE TALKING ABOUT THE BLACK VULTURE WHILE YOUR ACTUALLY SEEING A SMALL YELLOW BIRD..BAD EDITING
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I own a ton of nature videos and this is probably the worst one I have ever bought. They have pictures of animals on the front cover and back that give it the illusion that it will be interesting, but the whole video is just panoramic shots of trees and plants put to some annoying music. The narrator is also terrible. The closest thing you get to wildlife is a few random shots of birds. If you like a boring video of trees and flowers, that was probably shot in the span of 2 days, than this video is for you.
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By Jbug on October 30, 2013
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I'll echo what others have said about the lingering shots on a subject while the narrator had already moved on to the next subject. Quite a few of those moments in the film as well as too many shots of water, plants and trees and not nearly enough shots of the wild and insect life. I'll also add that there are some very nice 3D shots in the movie. There's one when it's raining and the rain is outside of the screen and others where large plant leaves extend outwards. There are also shots that have great depth. There are no atmospheric sounds, just wall to wall music that is relaxing but it can't compare to sounds of the animals, birds and insects in the rain forest.
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Can I give it a zero?! This video is horrible unless you like to look at the bottom of trees sitting in 2 feet of water. The narrator should invest in voice lessons. The pics on the cover look so exciting but the video is anything but.
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I am really dissappointed in this DVD. The technical quality is quite good but the content is not interesting. Most of the scenes have been shot to show how clever we are in showing off 3D effects. Mostly foliage shots, poor editing, ridiculous sound track, less than accurate commentary. We recently spent 5 days in Ecuadorian amazon,so I have a good idea of what it is really like! Don't waste your money buying this
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After having worked in wildlife conservation and environmental education in Guyana, South America (just north of the Amazon river basin) for several years, I had high hopes for this documentary. I was very much disappointed. The greater part of the film consisted of over-exposed footage of many plant species, the vast majority of which were not even talked about in the out of sync narration. There were perhaps 5-7 out of about 1300 Amazon bird species that were highlighted in the film. None of which i would consider to be worthy representatives of the beauty or complexity of the region. Besides the birds, three turtle species and 5 or so mammals are highlighted. All which were clearly filmed in a zoo. Do yourself a favor and watch planet earth or other quality documentaries. This is a complete waste of time.
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first 15 min is of leaves. Then you see some low definition shots of birds . Then more leaves. Not once do you see a forest. You see the cat on the cover of the dvd for about one min and it looks like it is in a cage. You do see a monkeys butt and that is exactly j ow I would describe this movie
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If you have a big 3D TV in your house and you are desperate for 3D material that is not animated or horror, then you might appreciate this documentary. But do not expect an Attenborough type film. This is not even close to being a wildlife documentary.
You will see a few wild creatures but the Jaguar pictured on the cover is not in the film. You will see the top side of a Jaguar that is a captive animal, and a few other captives, and you will see a handful of birds perched in the forest, and a few vultures which get overtime due to the overall lack of animals captured on film. There is a lot of wonderful footage of the forest and a lot of water from a surface viewpoint, which I enjoy, and the 3D effect of the film in the forest is great if you want to feel like you can pick leaves in your living room. But you're going to want to do it with the sound turned off, becuase the mournful violin music is dreadful and the narration is not good enough to overcome it. You will not hear the natural sounds of the forest at all. If you have a rainforest CD maybe you can play it while you watch the video and sort of get into it. The timing of the narration is even a little off.
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