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Still this movie is a cross between life of pi and castaway.
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Still this movie is a cross between life of pi and castaway.
It's def NOT! LOP is a gem and in Castaway he at least spoke, even if it was to a coconut lol
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It's def NOT! LOP is a gem and in Castaway he at least spoke, even if it was to a coconut lol
Hmmm I never had an issue with the lack of dialog. It was all about what was happening

Same with beginning of wall-e

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Jeez to big ass boats pass him up and don't see him. Hmmm?
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Hmmm I never had an issue with the lack of dialog. It was all about what was happening

Same with beginning of wall-e
smile.gif I loved Wall-e
When a movie has an extended silent part, it's usually setting you up for what's what's to come, or putting the audience thru the ordeal that the character is going thru. Example: in "There Will Be Blood", at the very beginning, he says nothing for what... 20 minutes, but it set the stage for the rest of the movie, Same thing in Wall-e, words were not needed. In AIL he says all of what... Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
10 words... and then he wanted an Oscar nomination!!! you gotta be kidding me. I was hoping they'd let us into his head and at least let us hear what he was thinking. For crying out loud... He only uses the F word Once!!!
I would've been cursing the whole 2 hours LoL

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Hahahah so funny!! I agree about swearing the entire 2 hours

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Ok finished watching All is Lost. Glad I didn't pay for it got a free rental with MGo. So help me out here was he rescued or was it the hand of god? Either way terrible movie just my opinion but did have good bass.
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Jeez a half hour into the movie All is Lost. What a snoozer so far.😫

The sound was awesome, but I was annoyed that with so much going on, he wouldn't say much. Who stays quiet for so long and not yell out of frustration or just think outloud?
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^^^ guess im not alone on this one looking back at the previous posts
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The sound was awesome, but I was annoyed that with so much going on, he wouldn't say much. Who stays quiet for so long and not yell out of frustration or just think outloud?



That is one way to look at it. Another way is that he was obviously Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
very experienced at what he was doing which quite a few events made the viewer understand like his early fix for the hole is his boat among other things
. Because of all this, I had the impression that he had been through some survival type experiences before and had the art of staying calm and level headed down extremely well. Because of all this, he was not the type of personality that needed to talk to himself, loose his cool more than he did, etc........I personally loved the movie and thought the acting was pretty fantastic. Like any film though, it's subjective and does not hit everyone the same way.

At least most of us can agree the audio/LFE was first rate. cool.gif
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Maybe its just me but I am streaming this movie on Mgo. Maybe that's why I have no bass at all. Movie sux so far. Glad I got this on a free rental.

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Tons of bass for me. And very good movie. I thought. But I will never watch it again

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Its something I'll have to revisit a few years down (once I forget biggrin.gif) the road and its only due to the superb ELF and soundmix which are worth it wink.gif

I wasn't enamored with the movie either (I *liked* it, but I didn't *love* it), but the bass (AND the overall sound) was some of the best I've EVER experienced (especially the first storm scene). So for me, this is a Blu that I will use as a Demo for the stellar DTS HD MA 5.1 audio track. I'll tell my friends I'm taking them sailing....I'll Fast Forward to the storm scene....I'll tell them to close their eyes....I'll crank the volume up to Reference....I'll watch the smiles on their faces!! smile.gifcool.gif Or will it be "looks of terror?!"
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That is one way to look at it. Another way is that he was obviously Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
very experienced at what he was doing which quite a few events made the viewer understand like his early fix for the hole is his boat among other things
. Because of all this, I had the impression that he had been through some survival type experiences before and had the art of staying calm and level headed down extremely well. Because of all this, he was not the type of personality that needed to talk to himself, loose his cool more than he did, etc........I personally loved the movie and thought the acting was pretty fantastic. Like any film though, it's subjective and does not hit everyone the same way.

At least most of us can agree the audio/LFE was first rate. cool.gif
" and had the art of staying calm and level headed down extremely well." Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
but if he rolled his eyes and looked up ONE MORE TIME!!! LoL

"At least most of us can agree the audio/LFE was first rate"
Absolutely First rate smile.gif
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I also had the art of staying calm and level headed down extremely well. Watching this movie for an hour and half!

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The sound was awesome, but I was annoyed that with so much going on, he wouldn't say much. Who stays quiet for so long and not yell out of frustration or just think outloud?

I do the same thing when I'm having a BM.
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I do the same thing when I'm having a BM.
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That is one way to look at it. Another way is that he was obviously Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
very experienced at what he was doing which quite a few events made the viewer understand like his early fix for the hole is his boat among other things
. Because of all this, I had the impression that he had been through some survival type experiences before and had the art of staying calm and level headed down extremely well. Because of all this, he was not the type of personality that needed to talk to himself, loose his cool more than he did, etc........I personally loved the movie and thought the acting was pretty fantastic. Like any film though, it's subjective and does not hit everyone the same way.

At least most of us can agree the audio/LFE was first rate. cool.gif

Honestly, if it wasn't for the audio, I would of turned it off. I felt like I did all of the talking for him, but will agree that not many actors can carry a film without words.
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I wasn't enamored with the movie either (I *liked* it, but I didn't *love* it), but the bass (AND the overall sound) was some of the best I've EVER experienced (especially the first storm scene). So for me, this is a Blu that I will use as a Demo for the stellar DTS HD MA 5.1 audio track. I'll tell my friends I'm taking them sailing....I'll Fast Forward to the storm scene....I'll tell them to close their eyes....I'll crank the volume up to Reference....I'll watch the smiles on their faces!! smile.gifcool.gif Or will it be "looks of terror?!"

I watched All Is Lost this morning. Good lord when he's rolling around inside the boat in that storm... the sound. It makes you feel like you're right freakin' there with him in that boat. I liked the movie more than I thought I would. Being stranded in the ocean is nightmare fodder for me so I was pretty gripped by the movie. Open Water is another one that does that to me too.
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I watched All Is Lost this morning. Good lord when he's rolling around inside the boat in that storm... the sound. It makes you feel like you're right freakin' there with him in that boat. I liked the movie more than I thought I would. Being stranded in the ocean is nightmare fodder for me so I was pretty gripped by the movie. Open Water is another one that does that to me too.

Yeah, I said it before and I'll say it again, this Blu had one of the best aural experiences ever, especially that scene you alluded to. And I did *like* the movie. It wasn't one I could "watch" often but it's one I could "listen" to often. I read reviews where people complained of the "lack of dialogue" and that it was too "slow-paced," but I thought Redford did such a good job relating through facial expressions that we didn't need dialogue or him conveying his thoughts, and the pacing was a nice build-up to a touching climax.
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Entertained some friends last night with "Life of Pi" it was nice to look around the room and see them with their mouths open, their senses totally engaged and amazed by the sound and what was happening on screen. For me, the Shipwreck, the Tiger's roar, the Whale, the Storm, the Underwater scenes, all make Life of Pi one of my favorite movies ever. The visuals are simply amazing, I can stare at that sunset for hours
Love the movie. Has a few very nice bass moment plus stunning 3D PQ.
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Gonna have to revisit life of Pi I completely forget what it was like. And the wife wants to see it too.

In a side note. Been controversially quiet in here. And a certain poster hasn't been around...did he get banned

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Gonna have to revisit life of Pi I completely forget what it was like. And the wife wants to see it too.

In a side note. Been controversially quiet in here. And a certain poster hasn't been around...did he get banned

In context of this thread Life of Pi is a bit of a lame duck IMO. There is only one scene which rates a mention. A family movie for sure and my wife enjoyed it more than I did.

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The Data-Bass.com project for objective measurements & ranking of low frequency content in movies is a community-supported endeavor - the rankings are based in part on your subjective input on the bass content we measure.

I hate to solicit you guys, but we could really use your help. If you've seen any of the following movies, please vote in their bass execution and recommendation polls at the following links:

The Simpsons Movie

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Carrie (2013)

I also posted new measurements and execution/recommendation polls for

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While you're there, also check out the poll for best Bass Movie of the Year - 2013.

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I'm gonna keep my eyes open for a good price on All is Lost.
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Sweet !!! "Thor The Dark World " is not filtered eek.gif thanks nube smile.gif You just made my day and my preorder that much better! I'll vote on it after I watch this weekend wink.gif
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Ok finished watching All is Lost. Glad I didn't pay for it got a free rental with MGo. So help me out here was he rescued or was it the hand of god? Either way terrible movie just my opinion but did have good bass.
Must have read your post three or four times trying to decipher the meaning, but finally hit upon the snag: the oxymoronic "terrible movie...but did have good bass" -- I guess something of a brain freeze on my part, but it was like a foreign language until the mistake registered.

Just please reread the edited quote and I'm sure it will become clear that you can't have both good bass and terrible end-product bass delivery vehicle, i.e., movie. I grant that sometimes the filmmakers attain a less-than-optimal pacing of LFE intervals. or that on occasion what fills the gaps between your wicked bass assaults allows the mind to wander unnecessarily, and that is surely a shame, but what filmmakers can ALWAYS do to make a film great, is perfect at least the LFE content -- can't make a terrible movie when you got that covered -- I'm sure you realize, difference between complete mediocrity and must-own in many a case.
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That's great news, I think it's a 5 star candidate. Much better tha9n the first IMO.
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