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After Earth Blu Ray Steelbook £4.99 @ Base

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2y, 4m agoFound 2 years, 4 months ago
A movie in a book of steel for not much monies.
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#1
Truly terrible movie. Save your cash
#2
When will Mr Smith give up trying to make his son a superstar? terrible movie.
#3
The kids accent drove me nuts! not a good movie which is a shame, I like Mr Smith :D
#4
Please people this is not hot reviews the deal is the movie price

people never learn voting cold because you dont like it is not what this site is about
#5
Don't buy this unless you want to die ( of boredom)...
#6
Im tempted to buy this from the good reviews and excellent transfer

After Earth arrives on Blu-ray with a stellar "Mastered in 4K" 1080p transfer. The image is gorgeous from start to finish, hindered only by a handful of blink-and-miss them soft edges in a few of the early shots inside the Raige household. Otherwise, the image is nothing short of glorious. The visual effects hold up beautifully. Whether the detail of the spaceship that carries them to Earth, the architecture that seems built into the landscape of Nova Prime, or the pebbly, sandy terrain of the alien world, Sony's transfer captures the nuance and general details with commanding clarity from beginning to end. The image truly sparkles on Earth. Blades of grass are beautifully defined, showing the slightest texture even at medium distance. Tree trunks, general terrain, and digital creatures look remarkably well defined. Close-ups show faultless skin and clothing textures. Colors are brilliant, consistently vibrant but naturally so, particularly the earthy greens but also all variety of shades, including slick digital blue, white, and red readouts. Black levels appear deep and accurate, while flesh tones never betray natural shades. There is no perceptible noise, blocking, banding, or other unwanted eyesores. In short, this is a beautiful transfer from Sony.
1 Like #7
bought it for £10 a few months back and ignored all the bad reviews. After watching it I feel robbed. god awful acting and nothing good about it.
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thebaron69
Im tempted to buy this from the good reviews and excellent transfer

After Earth arrives on Blu-ray with a stellar "Mastered in 4K" 1080p transfer. The image is gorgeous from start to finish, hindered only by a handful of blink-and-miss them soft edges in a few of the early shots inside the Raige household. Otherwise, the image is nothing short of glorious. The visual effects hold up beautifully. Whether the detail of the spaceship that carries them to Earth, the architecture that seems built into the landscape of Nova Prime, or the pebbly, sandy terrain of the alien world, Sony's transfer captures the nuance and general details with commanding clarity from beginning to end. The image truly sparkles on Earth. Blades of grass are beautifully defined, showing the slightest texture even at medium distance. Tree trunks, general terrain, and digital creatures look remarkably well defined. Close-ups show faultless skin and clothing textures. Colors are brilliant, consistently vibrant but naturally so, particularly the earthy greens but also all variety of shades, including slick digital blue, white, and red readouts. Black levels appear deep and accurate, while flesh tones never betray natural shades. There is no perceptible noise, blocking, banding, or other unwanted eyesores. In short, this is a beautiful transfer from Sony.


Keeps coming back in stock at asda for £2.50 its not steelbook but at that price I picked it up.
1 Like #9
"The turd wasn't selling, so I put it in a pretty box."
#10
"Take a knee, son". Such a bad movie but not voting either way.
#11
Back to £11.59 now

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