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04-17-2017, 11:34 PM #1Administrator
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La La Land UHD & Blu-ray - HDD Reviews
Bryan Kluger says La La Land is an excellent film that pays tribute to old-school Hollywood in a modern setting, as well as jazz music and musicals of the golden era of movie-making. This Ultra HD Blu-ray's video and audio presentations here are simply stunning -- the HDR is out of this world and the Dolby Atmos track is just lovely on every level. Highly Recommended!
Bryan has also reviewed the Blu-ray
04-18-2017, 06:33 PM #2
English 2.0 Dolby Digital Audio Optimized for Late-Night Listening
Could this be elaborated upon? Sounds cool
04-18-2017, 07:49 PM #3
Lest anyone get confused by the bonus features as listed, ALL of the bonus materials listed in Bryan's review are on BOTH the Blu-ray and the 4K disc (the "exclusive" bonus features Bryan has listed aren't on the DVD).
I believe this is the first 4K release to contain ALL the Bonus Materials that appear on the Blu-ray, which is kind of nice."I'm trying Ringo...I"m trying real hard to be the shepherd."
04-18-2017, 07:53 PM #4"I'm trying Ringo...I"m trying real hard to be the shepherd."
04-19-2017, 01:40 AM #5
La La Lame. Anyone remember The Artist? Yeah, that one was awesome too.
04-19-2017, 07:27 AM #6
04-19-2017, 07:43 AM #7Member
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04-19-2017, 11:10 AM #8
In defense of the throw-away comment, we can infer that he/she finds it bad in the same was as The Artist.
I found it okay in the same as The Artist (but as to the latter, I may have set myself up for disappointment, driving pretty far to track it down in a theater, expecting it to be Chaplin re-incarnated or something.)
Agreed they are both better than Moonlight, about which I can only say it was sufficiently "artful," but boy was it ever dishonest.
I may try La La Land again.
04-19-2017, 06:08 PM #9
Music is perceived better on radio stations because the low volumed instruments are just as loud as the loud instruments.Keep Physical Media Alive, Just say NO to digital "ownership"
04-25-2017, 07:55 PM #10
I found this very enjoyable. Hollywood's insistence on casting actors who can't really sing or dance in musicals didn't drag this one down as much as it has other films. Gosling can't sing, but his voice at least has personality, so when he talks his way through songs it's still engaging. Stone not so much. But they do both deliver good acting, which is what they were hired for. I really liked the ending.