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Everest on 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray. 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray is 4 times sharper than HD. Brilliant brights and deepest darks with HDR (High Dynamic Range) and wider colour spectrum adding dazzling colours to your viewing experience. Also includes Blu-ray copy and Digital Download to watch anywhere on all your devices. SYNOPSIS Jake Gyllenhaal, Jason Clarke, Josh Brolin and Sam Worthington star in this adventure thriller directed by Baltasar Kormákur. The film tells the story of the 1996 climbing expedition in which two groups, led by Rob Hall (Clarke) and Scott Fischer (Gyllenhaal), attempted to reach the summit of Mount Everest. Although the two groups had plentiful experience and had trained to deal with the adverse conditions and low oxygen levels that are present at such a high altitude, nothing could prepare them for the freak storm which hit during the expedition...
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As a disaster film, it's certainly watchable and I'm sure I'll play the disc again - perhaps I'll have worked out who's who by the time I've watched it a few times.
I did enjoy it and I would recommend it.
Great film and picture, let down by the fact that from about 60 mins in, the lip-sync goes completely whacko, not just by a split second but by about 4 or 5 seconds. Not a player/TV/AV amp synch issue as other 4K discs work fine and we switched to the Blu-ray which was also fine. Putting the 4K disc on again afterwards and skipping to that point the synch picked again so something amiss with the calibration at that point.
Considering RMA as you shouldn't have to switch a disc off and on half-way through so the sound works correctly.
Four stars for the movie, zero stars for the technical presentation.
My one complaint was that once everyone was on the mountain and covered in snow and ice it was very difficult to tell who was who apart from the one or two main characters.
I found it to be an emotional experience overall though, and I must say that I was pleasantly surprised by Jason Clarke in the lead as I had been no fan of his up to now.
I feel that this is a pretty good tribute to the people who were actually caught up in one of the worst disasters Everest has seen and recommend it to everyone.
I wish they'd chosen native actors rather than our English roses. Their accents were really distracting!
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