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  • Language: English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00CSW0792
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 161,352 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
Disappointing. Will not allow picture re-size. It appears to be in zoom mode, perhaps this is due different regional formats but my blu-ray player is multi-region. Consequently, I can only see part of the image.
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By paul stokes on 31 Dec. 2014
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awesome film/documentary. Hard to find so I was pleased to get it here.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Must own disc for 3D lovers 7 Aug. 2013
By Aaron Bachler - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
So let's say you're a movie maker and you wanted to know how a 3D movie should look. This would be one of the movies you'd use as reference material. To say the film is stunning in 3D would be underestimating how great it looks in 3D. I own around 20 3D movies, this movie is now my new reference disc to show what 3D looks like in the home. This is right up there with what I think is the best 3D movies ever made Space Station 3D and Avatar. As if you couldn't tell, I can't recommend this movie enough for people looking for great 3D content.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
3D Photography is excellent 22 Sept. 2013
By Andrew Hill - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray
I have criticized many of the new 3D movies for lack of 3D planning and execution by the videographers and cinematographers. I have an extensive knowledge of 3D and how to effectively shoot it from years of experience practicing with the various methods etc. As I have stated many times, the one problem I see most in the recent films is that the convergence window frame is usually set too far forward (toward the audience) causing great depth behind the screen, but very little in front. And, it is the objects in front of the screen that the audiences love to see. Flaming arrows do not have to be shot out into the audience, but simple objects (not even moving) but seemingly floating just in front of you is one of the wonders of good 3D and what made it so popular in the 1950's. Because the 3D technology was new - the early films of the 50's really exhibited great 3D cinematography - each shot was effectively planned for effect and it obviously paid off. Now, it seems, the new cinematographers have a one-set convergence no matter what they are shooting and miss out on more than half of the effective 3D shots they could have achieved with some thought and planning.

This film places the convergence frame correctly for the most part and gives a very strong 3D image that is very effective. So, I have to strongly differ with the review stating the 3D isn't good - it is extremely good. And for using very small 3D cameras to boot - it is better than I would have guessed it could be. I can only think that the dissatisfied reviewer has not correctly set up his 3D system.

If you are not into wave running - then 90+ minutes may become a drag. But the 3D is great and the waves really are amazing.

Oh, and LJ - I really have no connection with this film - I promise!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Surprisingly funny flick featuring life-risking friendship as well as huge waves; blu-ray is gorgeous in 2D 4 Dec. 2013
By K. Swanson - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray
4.5 stars

We have a normal 2D LCD screen, so I can't comment on the 3D aspect of the BD, but it looks very clean and crisp in plain old 2D. And more important is that not only is the (Way) Down Under big wave footage excellent and the shots of exotic breaks that almost never go off a real treat, but the exemplary friendship of Tom and Ross is what really makes this a fine film.

Yes, there are some stunning waves here---Tom is a master at big Pipe; Pedra Branca, Cape Solander and Shipsterns are insanely massive and clean; the new mid-ocean break Turtle Dove is a no-lineup freakshow---and the footage is so good that I winced every time one of them eats it on yet another monster wave. Ross' tumble over the falls at Solander is something else, as is Tom's at Cow Bombie when his jetski also heads over the crest and they both hit the 25-foot washing cycle. But my favorite bits are Tom and especially Ross talking about their love of surfing and each other. Clarke-Jones is just a hoot, balls out at all times, and his bit about being held under big waves making him drift into reveries of clubbing is pricelessly funny, one of the best non-surf bits in any of the dozens of surf flicks I've seen. As is his line about Carroll's having three daughters and a wife making him "become a girl". He smiles as he says this, knowing that Tom will stake his life for him on any 60-foot wave they can hunt down.

Carroll's love of his family, and him talking about why he's still willing to risk it all on the big waves, juxtaposed with Clarke-Jones' sheer adrenaline freak attitude make for good entertainment as well as many thought-provoking moments. These aren't just minor adventures, they're insanely huge waves that could easily snap the necks or backs of even legendarily talented surfers like these two. But they need the speed and the rush and the thrill of the chase, which is explored in more depth than usual for most surf films, and the planning of each trip with their wave-seeking weather guy is also quite interesting.

The fact that they're both almost 50 is no small detail either; to be able to ride waves this big for that long is a serious achievement. These two are true surf legends, old kids at heart who've never stopped playing at the highest level of their sport. And their attitudes are so good.

The BD extras are pretty skint, only about 20 minutes' worth, a short doc on the film and also one each for Tom and Ross and a few others, nothing special but not bad. Still, come on boys, surely you could have dropped in another half hour at least of wipeouts and other stuff, especially Clarke-Jones outtakes, which must be numerous, hilarious and continuous.

Yet it's the overall arc of the film's story of the long brotherhood between these two veteran Aussie wavemen that makes this such a unique surf film. There's only maybe 25 minutes total of wave footage, and as great as some of those waves are, and as distant from civilization, the real hook here is two guys laying their lives on the line for each other year after year after year. That's a pretty cool story, whether in 2D or 3D.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3D Effects Yes 31 Mar. 2014
By Dennis Ayotte - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
you might want to add this to you collection. you would never think that
the Ocean could provide such interesting scenes.
it's a keeper,
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
BEST 3D MOVIE I HAVE EVER SEEN 2 Oct. 2013
By 3D Blu-Ray - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
hands down best 3D effects on earth. i cant wait for them to make another one.

if you dont add this to your collection then you just don't appreciate 3D
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