Real Or Fake 4K Complete list of Ultra-HD Blu-ray films and TV series, and whether they are real 4K (native 2160p) or fake 4k (mastered in 2K or 1080p then upscaled). Keep in mind, age has nothing to do with quality, classics shot on 35mm such as Independence Day, Lawrence of Arabia and Ghostbusters can have the original negative film scanned at up to 6K.
The 4K UHD itself is astounding. One of Sony's absolute best UHD transfers. The 35mm scan deliveries so much fullness and detail in greater resolution, the expanded color provides so much texture and warmth, while he HDR application is so tastefully applied that it gives you the sense you're watching a real film projection from 1994, pristine condition on opening day, right in your home. This.
Shot on 35mm but with a 4K transfer, Leon: The Professional should offer benefits with the increased resolution and color gamut of UHD Blu-ray. How much they'll go back and add for HDR is unknown. How much they'll go back and add for HDR is unknown.As most you know, I am extremely picky about picture quality, so I'm sure you're trying to imaging what I think to The Shining on 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray. I can safely say that The Shining on 4K UHD is a complete reference transfer. I have reviewed a few discs that allow me to watch the movie, and what I mean by this is, the transfer doesn't get in the way of the movie.The new 4K version of the film looks stunning. Much like the poster image of Leon looking up towards the skyscrapers, everything in the film appears larger than life. Within hotel rooms and Leon’s apartment, Besson keeps things intimate with a stage-like framing. As soon as Leon and Mathilda begin to walk the streets of New York they are engulfed by monolithic buildings. The camera moving in.
Here’s a list of movies, TV shows, and specials available in 4k Ultra HD on Amazon Prime Video, some with High Dynamic Range (HDR). This list includes titles available free with Prime, as well.Read More
One of Luc Besson's most incredible movies, Leon has been restored to stunning 4K and is being released in celebration of its 25th anniversary. Visually stylish and graphically violent, this intensely emotional film contains career defining performances and stands up as one of the top action- thrillers of all time whilst offering great depth and substance to the tragic multi-layered heroes.Read More
LEON was French director Luc Besson's first film shot in America. Product Identifiers: UPC: 0043396508859: eBay Product ID (ePID) 237168478: Product Key Features: Director: Luc Besson: Additional Product Features: Format: 4k Ultra HD Blu-ray: Signal Standard: 4k Ultra HD Blu-ray: Film Country: USA: Release Date: 20171212: Display Format: 4k.Read More
Based on the French sci-fi comics, Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets is the latest from visionary filmmaker Luc Besson. The film, sadly, failed to find an audience in theaters. On home video, it has the potential for gaining a cult following because, despite the production's many glaring issues, the wildly imaginative sci-fi adventure flick manages to be an entertaining, inventively.Read More
Not all 4K UHD Blu rays or streams are created equal. So this is a bone of contention for many and area of lots of disinformation at the moment. I believe this is due in large part to the slow adoption rate of the technology, the PS4 did not include a player (a huge misstep from Sony) hopefully this will be course corrected with the release of PS5.Read More
Star Wars appears in an aspect ratio of approximately 2.35:1 on this 4K UHD Disc. Alterations like extra scenes and new effects weren’t the only changes made for the new edition of Star Wars, as Lucas et al. tampered with many visual and auditory elements of the movie. These made the film a different experience than the one originally presented in 1977, but whether or not that harms that.Read More
Modern interior, evening shot. 4K UHD RAW edited footage 4k 00:06 CU Cute Caucasian 5 y.o. girl coloring an image on digital tablet using stylus. hd 00:46 LEON, SPAIN - MARCH 2017.Read More
Product Information. Leon (Jean Reno) is a precise, calculating hit man--a consummate professional, with no family and no friends. However, he has casually befriended Mathilda (Natalie Portman, in an auspicious debut), a 12 year-old neighbor whose entire family, including her adored 4-year-old brother, is wiped out by some crooked DEA agents.Read More
With Luc Besson's Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets coming out later on this month Sony Entertainment has released two of his critically acclaimed films Leon: The Professional and The Fifth Element on 4K UHD Blu-ray timed to concede with the new release. For those who are yet unfamiliar with The Fifth Element, the film, celebrating it's 20th anniversary this year, is about Korban.Read More
One of Luc Besson's most incredible movies, Leon, has been restored to stunning 4K and is being released in this 25th anniversary limited edition. Visually stylish and graphically violent, this intensely emotional film contains career defining performances and stands up as one of the top action- thrillers of all time whilst offering great depth and substance to the tragic multi-layered heroes.Read More