We humans sure get wrapped up in our own pursuits and this documentary is an excellent way to step outside our familiar routines and see our planet anew. After I have watched all eleven episodes, I tried to compress the best shots in just one montage. Each couple lays two eggs in nests made of small stones or even bones. Video will be presented in 1. I was knocked off my socks. Wow, I love nature; all of it! I can't wait to share this with my grand children. I'm not sure I would have been in the mood to watch bonus features beyond the excellent footage provided.
The great mountain ranges are some of the planet's most spectacular landscapes, but they are unforgiving places to live in, and only a few animals have what it takes to live at extreme altitude. If Attenborough had worked to educate people on the dangers of these multinationals and the abuse of the earth and the ocean. It also shows what these hardened creatures do in order to survive in such a barren environment. These Hanuman langurs have free roam in the blue city of Jodhpur, India. The real enemy then, is humanity itself. General electric owns cbs some other conglomerate owns time warner-so we see millions in the Green Party ignored or ridiculed but the Tea Party and Sarah Palin-all news all the time.
With dozens of gifted naturalist photographers combing the planet to produce this footage, it is little wonder that Planet Earth boasts remarkable scope and stunning visuals. Caves - This episode introduces you to one of the most mysterious habitats in the world, where not many have ever been: caves. This stunning television experience captures rare action in impossible locations and presents intimate moments with our planet's best-loved, wildest, and most elusive creatures. There is a conspiracy section here, you know? The humanity war since 1900's killing our planets,tnks coprationS!!!!! A red-eyed tree frog takes a rest in the jungles of Costa Rica. It allows us to enjoy the most dramatic views and most exotic creatures on the planet with a depth and definition that is lifelike and vivid. So they couldn't be donated to some ball-less freak after they dismantle my corpse and give all of my good parts to broken people.
In searching for a new enemy to unite us, we came up with the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming, water shortages, famine and the like would fit the bill. Only occasionally are the sounds of the animals captured and included in the mix. It would have been nice, but 11 hours of viewing material is enough to wade through. For more about Planet Earth and the Planet Earth Blu-ray release, see published by Greg Maltz on January 22, 2008 where this Blu-ray release scored 4. Mountain animals are amongst the most elusive in the world, and this film provides unique and intimate glimpses into their secretive lives.
The technical merits of Planet Earth's picture are impressive. The solid picture is stunning even compared to other documentaries like , which features mind-blowing views, but a noisy picture that trembles in many scenes. It also includes massive migrations and huge hunts made by some of the fierce predators that roam there. They use helicopter's and high powered rifles to hunt down polar bears for sport and pay astro turf citizens group to rally against environmental laws they form a political party and the media they own propel them to the heights of power. I do not own the original footage and I am not making any money out of it. A mother three-toed pygmy sloth carries her baby on her chest.
Pygmy three-toed sloths are a unique species found on the single island of Escudo de Veraguas, off Panama. Thankfully, Attenborough remains anchored in the center channel and the minimal use of surrounds is actually very tasteful for this kind of documentary. People with a passion for what they do, highlighting God's majestic creation which we have the privilege to be a part of. Using helicopter-mounted stabilization technology, the documentary's camera crew worked for five years to capture Earth's most hidden and awe-inspiring views and bring them into our living rooms. And of them are those that move on their bellies, and of them are those that walk on two legs, and of them are those that walk on four.
Frankly, Attenborough's voice sounds crisp and detailed, and the strings sound warm and palpable, though not gorgeously defined. Supernatural freaks, the lot of them. Simply stating facts about human population growth in the introduction of the movie in the context that there still is so much we rarely see and know much about on the planet? Or make beats with narwhal sounds! That's how I come up with this marvelous 13 minutes. The Cineflex bubble is impervious to movement, no matter what motion comes from the helicopter or the wind. But resolution and zoom strength mean little if the camera is unstable and subject to airborne vibrations, and that is why the Cineflex technology is so important. Unable to live with how retarded my fans are I'd shoot myself in the balls and then the face. .
There is unbelievable footage in each sequel, rare animals, unseen animal behaviour, impressive stories, and beautiful areal shots. One of the most difficult to film in my humble opinion , were the bat caves, and what incredible footage they eventually got. So why doesn't the picture tremble in Planet Earth? A stunning television experience that captures rare action, impossible locations and intimate moments with our planet's best-loved, wildest and most elusive creatures. Many years will pass and I doubt other series will reach this quality and cinematography. While some episodes are more fascinating than others and there is variability in how informative they are, the collection is uniformly excellent in visuals and Attenborough's trademark delivery. Totally caught off guard by some of the comments below and completely amazed at the thinking of some.
Planet Earth takes you to places you have never seen before, to experience sights and sounds you may never experience anywhere else. The rear channels may as well never have been used and therefore, audio is the greatest room for improvement in the development of future documentaries. The real showcase is the picture, and that is rightfully allowed to take center stage with no distractions in the soundstage. The most notable feature of the documentary is its striking aerial footage. Warner will need to do far better than low-resolution, Dolby Digital mixes if it expects to deliver lifelike audio that convinces audiences they're hearing the real thing. After I have watched all eleven episodes, I tried to compress the best shots in just one montage.
» Show more for Planet Earth Blu-ray. All these dangers are caused by human intervention, and it is only through changed attitudes and behavior that they can be overcome. Ocean Deep - There is much of the ocean that has never before been researched or explored, and this episode shows you some of that unexplored terrain, as well as some of the various aquatic life that live there. From the deepest cave to the highest summit, across the oceans and the ice of the polar regions, into the jungles and deep underwater, Planet Earth takes you places that you will likely never go. It also shows the different animal species living in these mountainous environments, as well as footage of some of them doing things that have never been seen before. It will be extremely difficult to replace this legend, I believe he has well and truly established himself in the history books. No pixellation or digital artifacts are observed.