Greens are lush and vivid as well creating a color pallet that plays homage to the original animated film while maintaining a natural and realistic feel. Тривалість: 01:45:54 Якість: Відео: кодек: H. . Йому належить пройти довгий шлях до пізнання свого минулого, сповненого небезпечними пригодами і захоплюючими зустрічами з ведмедем Балу, пітоном Каа, королем мавп Луї і іншими лісовими мешканцями. Just set it and forget it and you should have a great time. Storyline: The man-cub Mowgli flees the jungle after a threat from the tiger Shere Khan. Just because they're not blood doesn't mean they're not equally important or impactful to your life's trajectory.
Він виховувався у вовчій зграї і осягав закони джунглів під наглядом мудрої пантери Баґіри. He gives a great amount of time detailing Garry Shandling's many contributions to the film and it's clear Favreau has a lot of love for the man. Likewise, levels are pitch perfect. The disc opens with trailers for other upcoming Disney releases including the teaser trailer for 'Rogue One: A Star Wars Story' before arriving at an animated main menu with traditional navigation options. It's good stuff, very informative and he keeps the thing moving without too many pauses. Getting a little kid to get honey out of a gigantic bee's nest sounds like something Murray would do in real life.
But Mowgli finds he is no longer welcome in the jungle when fearsome tiger Shere Khan voice of Idris Elba , who bears the scars of Man, promises to eliminate what he sees as a threat. From the jungle floor to the treetop canopy, you can bathe in the fine details. While the themes and ideas within the story are welcome, the film constantly teeters between the extremes of being goofy silly fun and being dark, menacing, and outright scary in some places. However, as one after another needless sequel or remake failed or underperformed at the box office, I didn't expect 'The Jungle Book' to stand out as a bright spot of the season. Extras are informative but a bit skimpy and some more features about the production would have been great to see. Like it's 2015 compatriot ',' 'The Jungle Book' is Disney's latest entry in an ongoing effort to take one of their older properties and breathe some live-action life into it. Primaries have a wonderful pop to them, especially reds and blues.
Audio Commentary: John Favreau flies solo for this extensive and fun commentary track. This is particularly evident during the scene where Mowgli meets with King Louie. Shere Khan voice Lupita Nyong'o :. Fronts, sides, rears - all are in constant action and make you feel part of the world. As the summer season was getting going, 2016 was chugging along as a pretty good year for summertime films. John Debney's fantastic score rests seamlessly and unobtrusively within the film perfectly accentuating the important moments without drowning out the other elements.
Scarlett Johansson is fun as the slithery Kaa while Christopher Walken gives King Louie a humorous mafioso quality. It would be easy to write the imagery of a jungle on fire as a overdone pro-environmental message, but that would narrow the focus to a singular political point. Black levels are rich and inky for most sequences and offers up some fine shadow separation so the image maintains a three-dimensional feel to it. As should be expected, 'The Jungle Book' offers up a near flawless 2D 1. Considering the standing of the Wolfgang Reitherman animated classic Disney film from 1967, it feels like a redundancy to continue onward with my traditional story rundown of this film. Considering Elba also lent his voice to Disney's '' and Pixar's ',' on top of his fantastic turn in ',' his Shere Khan is a menacing delight. That said, the real stand out of the already talented voice cast is Idris Elba as the villainous tiger Shere Khan.
I guess that's what happens when you have Billy Murray voicing the lovable Baloo while Idris Elba gets to chew some villainy scenery as Shere Khan. Is it strictly the people that you're born from or could it be the community of friends you cultivate? After a threat from the tiger Shere Khan forces him to flee the jungle, a man-cub named Mowgli embarks on a journey of self discovery with the help of panther, Bagheera, and free spirited bear, Baloo. The first half of the film plays much like a number of modern kids films with some entertaining yet heavy material, and that's fine, it works wonderfully. It's a duality that never really finds its stride so as the story progresses you can almost feel Favreau and his writer Justin Marks remind themselves 'The Jungle Book' should also have some fun with itself. Then the film came out and I started hearing all of the good word-of-mouth. What helps this film define its reason for existing is its sense of heart and humanity - in a film with only one human character and a ton of animated creatures.
Bill Murray's goofball Baloo is spot-on voice casting. Kaa voice Giancarlo Esposito :. Guided by Bagheera the panther and the bear Baloo, Mowgli embarks on a journey of self-discovery, though he also meets creatures who don't have his best interests at heart. The film is too much fun to disregard in such a way. Lupita Nyong'o's Raksha feels alive with a mother's concern as Giancarlo Esposito's Akela stands a father-like figure who must do what's best for his pack while keeping the best interest for his adopted man-cub son at heart. Added to the impressive voice casting and performances, 'The Jungle Book' is filled with weighty and relevant themes that don't overplay their hands and dampen the fun.
Founded in April 2006, High-Def Digest is the ultimate guide for High-Def enthusiasts who demand only the best that money can buy. At the end of the day, 'The Jungle Book' of 2016 is the remake you may never have thought you needed to see, but is well worth the time and certainly worth having on your shelf. Movie Title: The Jungle Book Director: Jon Favreau Stars: Neel Sethi, Bill Murray, Ben Kingsley, Idris Elba Release Date: 15 Apr 2016 Genres: Adventure, Drama, Family Format: File Size: 2. That said, this 2D presentation is pretty darn gorgeous. Hopefully, Disney will drop this onto 3D Blu-ray here in North America someday soon as it is apparently being released day and date in 3D throughout the rest of the world. When 'The Jungle Book' was announced, I admit to rolling my eyes at the thought of yet another live action adaptation of a Disney animated feature. That said, since this film was shot with 3D in mind, this 2D presentation can feel a tad flat in some spaces.
With ',' 'Zootopia,' and 'Finding Dory,' Disney had a hell of a great summer - well maybe not with '. Given that this was shot digitally, this film bathes itself in sharp detail and sumptuous colors. While Mowgli may not have intended to start a fire and was just trying to help, this moment shows the outcome of having a lack of forethought. On the surface there is the notion of humanity's place on the world stage and how our actions have consequences - intentional or otherwise. The real star of the lower tones is the buffalo stampede as it sounds like a parade of thunder circling you while the beasts charge past the young boy.