The Martian [Blu-ray + Digital Copy]
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“The Martian 3D” arrives on blu-ray with MPEG-4 MVC 1080p 2.40:1 encode. Ridley Scott uses a lot of the expansive backgrounds filling each shot with plenty of foreground, middle-ground, and far distance objects to give an incredible three-dimensional sense of depth. During the initial sandstorm, one notices little bits of grit float up at the screen. The placement of foreground and background objects also gives a greater sense of depth and dimension. This is an enjoyable 3D experience. (4/5)
“The Martian 2D” arrives on blu-ray with MPEG-4 AVC @ 27.50 Mbps 1080p 2.40:1 encode. “The Martian” was shot digitally with both Red Epic Dragon and Red Scarlet Dragon digital equipment. The “video diary” and other video camera shots seen in the movie made use of GoPro Hero4 equipment. It benefits from some eye catching panoramas of the Martian landscape, colour graded to buttery orange-yellow colour. There are tremendous details on close-ups. Skin tone was natural. Blacks are deep. This is a great transfer. (4.5/5)
“The Martian” arrives on blu-ray with a dynamic DTS-HD 7.1 Master Audio track, as demonstrated by the initial sandstorm plus the extended rescue mission at the end. The surround speakers are fully utilized. Bass is deep. The disco collection included “Hot Stuff” by Donna Summer, coming on when the radioactive materials heat up, and “I Will Survive” at the end credits, which is not only relevant, but appropriate because it contains the phrase "And so you're back from outer space". Overall, a great soundtrack. It was nominated for 2 Oscars in “Best Sound Editing” and “Best Sound Mixing.Read more ›
The featurettes are pitiful. More than half of the "featurettes" were publicly available to view / hype the film before it's theatrical release. The remaining few were really well done. Covers the origins of the book to film medium, director's vision, casting, NASA's involvement, etc. The gag reel is probably the highlight of the batch, really funny stuff. Lastly, they made an exposé "special" examining the NASA staff, why Sean Bean's character was fired, and what the characters thought of the situation. There is approximately 45 minutes of exclusive extras and 17 minutes of extras you've already seen; that's including the trailers lol. Unfortunately, there was no audio commentary available for the feature film.
Digital download code is available on UltraViolet UV and iTunes, code expires in 1/12/19.
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Fantastic movie. Not going to devulge any parts but I could watch over and over.Published 15 hours ago by Anne Needs
Great movie. A bit of freedom on scientific reality but all in all entertaining.
3D is ok. Not too muct added value to the experience.
The extra footage was minor and I see why the theatrical didn't have it as they weren't needed for the plot. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Burton Tsang
Best movie from 2015 and the extended edition adds to the movie. Great bonus featuresPublished 14 days ago by Tony Clemens
Loved it. Matt Damon just a great job. The tongue-in-cheek humor is wonderful without taking away from the seriousness and drama of his situation.Published 19 days ago by L Lalonde