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Blue Planet combines state-of-the-art sound and image, principally directed by Ben Burtt, the Oscar-winning sound designer whose credits include the original Star Wars trilogy. No home-theater system could do full justice to the film's technical achievement, but the sights and sounds of Blue Planet are awesome nonetheless, and it's impossible to overstate the importance of the film's message and its hopeful emphasis on the potentially wondrous future of our one and only home. --Jeff Shannon --This text refers to the DVD edition.
This DVD contains some footage that was taken by various Space Shuttle Missions. The DVD gives many views of the Earth as seen from the Space Shuttle. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Roller
All humanity should watch it.
Where shall we be if we do not nurture and cherish Mother Earth?
This is a keeper!!
I am always amazed with cinematography, it is very very well done and shows amazingly. Good reason to ask the wife for a bigger TV!!!Published 21 months ago by Verman8r
It was shipped on time and anytime I wrote to them they answered fast and after their promised time passed and my stuff never got delivered in to me, they refunded me as soon as... Read morePublished on Oct. 29 2011 by Youshita Gashtil
This is an excellent Blu-Ray to watch and learn about what our planet Earth is like. This outer space blu-ray is what I think it is excellent to have because I love to learn about... Read morePublished on Aug. 18 2011 by Kevin Barton
Not very interesting. A lot of the camera shots are old so the picture is not high def. If only I could get my money back...Published on Aug. 17 2009 by D Rock
I am not sure what is the problem, but somehow my HD-DVD player is not able to play this HD-DVD disc. No problem on other HD-DVD discs, but only this one.....Published on March 25 2009 by I. W. L. So
I was not able to view it, because I only have a reglar DVD player. feel disapointed I did not know that before purchasing.Published on March 5 2008 by Mariposa
Certain reviewers say you can't go wrong with this picture and then proceed to talk about it only in techinological terms. Read morePublished on July 13 2004