This release features the science documentary IMAX: Journey to Space, a behind-the-scenes look at NASA's plans for the future of space exploration, including the possibility of sending a manned spaceship to Mars.~Erin Demers
This is the second 3D space based documentary I’ve purchased. The previous one was about the 2009 Hubble mission. That one is spectacular for the 3D. This one is still a great documentary, but the 3D is not as impressive. If you’re like me, you want 3D. If you have to choose between one or the other, then get the Hubble one. Otherwise, be sure to get them both!
This documentary is newer than I expected. It includes some of the best footage of the Shuttle program and mission including the California and Florida retired "museum" Shuttles. The last third of the documentary has some great information, interviews and predictions about the quest for manned missions to Mars. All in all better than I expected. 3-D footage was near IMAX theater experience so very pleased. Patrick Stewart's narration was an nice touch.
This is a very well done science documentary.It's well written, fascinating and excellently narrated by Patrick Stewart (good choice to have "Captain Picard" do narration on space exploration). I wish it could have been a little longer (a bit short at only about 45 minutes), but it's entertaining and informative. The 3D is well done with some really nice breathtaking sequences shot from near earth orbit. The "simulated" mission to Mars was well done with good CG effects. Overall, recommended.
A:AnswerThat's a very good question! It seems that with all the production that goes into a 4k UHD discs, companies would make a better attempt of describing their soundtracks. They complain of declining disc sales, but what they don't realize is they've got a whole other audience that would spend more money if they would provide more audio information. There's a lot of us with a lot of money invested in our audio systems and enjoy new material, let us know what you've got!