The Mummy Tomb of the Dragon Emperor 4K (2008) Ultra HD REMUX

The Mummy Tomb of the Dragon Emperor 4K (2008) Ultra HD REMUX
BDRemux 4K 2160P
Сountry: USA | Germany | China
Language: English, French, Spanish
Cast: Brendan Fraser, Jet Li, Maria Bello, John Hannah, Michelle Yeoh, Luke Ford, Isabella Leong, Anthony Chau-Sang, Russell Wong, Liam Cunningham, David Calder, Jessey Meng, Tian Liang, Albert Kwan, Jing Wu...

A despotic Emperor in 50 B.C. is punished for his evil when a witch lays a curse on him, turning him and his army into terra cotta for all time. Forward to 1946, where Rick and Evelyn have retired to Oxfordshipre, England, having worked as British spies during WWII. They're offered one last mission from the Foreign Office. Their assignment: courier a precious artifact back to the museum in Shanghai, China. Back in Asia: China is in turmoil but Jonathan owns an Egyptian-themed bar in Shanghai. Unbeknownst to his parents, now grown-up Alex O'Connell is following in the family business as a young archaeologist on a dig in north-central China. He makes the discovery of a lifetime: the tomb of the Dragon Emperor, which has been buried for millennia. The Emperor's monument is transported back to Shanghai where another plot is in motion: a military zealot intends to awaken the Emperor and aid him in the re-conquest of China and the raising of his terra cotta army of ten thousand clay warriors.

The Mummy Tomb of the Dragon Emperor 4K (2008) Ultra HD REMUX Reviews
The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor was easily the best looking of the Mummy trilogy on Blu-ray and that holds true for its UHD debut. The image is gorgeously filmic. Details are firm, naturally and effortlessly sharp, and the image maintains a crispness and accuracy throughout. Facial close-ups are special; pores, wrinkles, makeup, and other features are easily visible and very well defined in any light and in any location. Even outside of close-up, at medium distance from the camera, there's no mistaking the transfer's organic, film-quality, highly detailed credentials. Rough, tactile terrain and structures -- lots of sand, snow, and ornate surfaces -- sparkle with intense, accurate detailing. Clothes follow suit. Whether finely stitched suits and dresses or regal Chinese armor, viewers will spot every little detail each element has to offer. Colors are terrific. Again, the HDR palette proves more a subtle enhancement, presenting a palette that doesn't betray the movie but instead gives it a deeper, more nuanced, more deeply saturated appearance. Compared to the Blu-ray, this represents the least dynamic upgrade, largely because the other two films had so much room to improve. Here, it's more a case of a classic UHD refinement: the picture is a little sharper, a little more finely detailed. Colors are a bit deeper and more precisely dialed-in, including flesh tones that add a little warmth. This is up there with the best of the shot-on-film UHD's (Angels & Demons and Pineapple Express immediately come to mind) and sits as amongst the finest the format currently has to offer.
The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor features an all-new DTS:X Master Audio soundtrack. It's the least intense of the three Mummy films on UHD, but it might be the best nevertheless. It's beautifully balanced, never overextending its range and, if anything, timidly holding back a little in a few places where more dynamism and extension might be in order. Still, music is very precise. Notes throughout the range are wonderfully accurate and finely detailed, entering the stage with impressive width along the front and balanced, never over-pumped, surround support. Music often swings to different styles, whether light score or more aggressive beats or even smooth Jazz notes at a club (which tend to be dominant along the stage's right-hand side), with no change in capable delivery dynamics. Action scenes are a highlight, one of which comes in chapter five when a barrage of arrows swoop through the soundstage and even saw blades slice through with sharp, intense precision. A plane crash midway through the film is one of the highlights on this disc, in the trilogy, and in the entirety of UHD. The bass line is intense, deep and detailed, rattling the furniture in a good way and reproducing the frightening intensity of the moment. Add in the heavy rush as the plane maneuvers through and it's a reference moment. More chaotic battles are filling and always well detailed, with an effortless blend of sound maneuverings and pinpoint discrete effects. Dialogue is perfectly positioned and prioritized, and it enjoys a good bit of light reverberation as the situation allows.

Codec: HEVC / H.265
Resolution: Upscaled 4K (2160p)
Aspect ratio: 2.40:1
Original aspect ratio: 2.39:1

English: DTS:X
English: DTS-HD Master Audio 7.1 (48kHz, 24-bit)
English: DTS Headphone:X
Spanish: DTS 5.1
French (Canada): DTS 5.1

English SDH, French, Spanish

File size: 54.89 GB

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