Braveheart 4K Blu ray Remux (1995)

Braveheart 4K Blu ray Remux
BDRemux 4K 2160P
Year: 1995
Сountry: USA
Genre: Drama
Language: English | French | Latin | Scottish Gaelic
Cast: ley, Alan Tall, Andrew Weir, Gerda Stevenson, Ralph Riach, Mhairi Calvey, Brian Cox, Patrick McGoohan, Peter Hanly, Sophie Marceau, Stephen Billington...
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From the late 13th century, William Wallace returns to Scotland after living away from his homeland for several years. The king of Scotland has expired with no heir and also the king of England, a callous pagan called Edward the Longshanks, has captured the throne. Wallace becomes the chief of a ramshackle yet brave army decided to vanquish the English forces. In the early struggle of Stirling, Wallace leads his army to a stunning success against the English. Knighted by the thankful Scottish nobles, Sir William Wallace extends the battle south of the boundary and storms town of York. King Edward I'm astonished by the sudden turn of events. Not able to rely upon his eponymous son Prince Edward, Longshanks pushes his daughter-in-law Princess Isabelle to talk about a truce with Wallace...

Braveheart 4K 1995 Ultra HD 2160p REMUX Review
Braveheart excels on the blu-ray UHD format. The movie's 12-bit Dolby Vision colour enhancement brings the film to life with spectacular results. Green grasses, much beneath the frequently somewhat overcast heavens, are superbly vibrant with a company, natural shading. Red blood is a continuous in conflict, along with the fresher blood's vibrancy and the dried blood's red thickness are nicely counter and free. Face paints are daring. Gray stone insides, stone formations, and worn metallic weapons are beautiful variants of grey. Shiny silver armor dazzles. In low light, colour balance and genius are exceptional. On top of that, black levels are enormous.

Every dark corner, every one of the movie's absorbingly dark insides are unquestionably thick and compact with no variant to crush or surplus brightness. Skin tones are accurate and natural. Textural efficacy is excellent. Skin care details are rock-solid, quite firm and incredibly revealing. You will find a handful of milder focus shots here and there, however, the precision with that hair follicles, war paint, caked-on blood and sand, and other defining attributes are introduced is completely breathtaking. Plaid fabric shows every handsome stitch and cloth feel, frayed edge, blood-soaked and differently muddied and soiled piece. Metal armor and weapons display wear and tear with striking clarity.

The picture is sharp and nicely defined throughout the board, from front-focus personalities, structures, and sprawling outside battlefields to romantic interiors and much and intense background items. Comparing into the previously published Kinect, the UHD shows a much more efficient and filmic presentation. In general sharpness and picture clarity see a favorable across-the-board boost. Armor, clothing, skin, terrain, every one the principles appear much shaper and much more elegant, but the striking Dolby Vision colour palette that is the genuine highlight. The arrangement brightens the picture, substantially, but does this without overemphasizing colours. To the contrary, they are a great deal more secure and stout, profound and elegant, a significantly greater return in brilliance and dazzle. Reds and greens are a standout, as is Wallace's warpaint. Dolby Vision's capacity to present with considerably greater nuance, deeper blacks, and punch is second-to-none. The web result is a move that's unequivocally among the greatest the UHD format has observed. No origin corrosion, no encode defects, elegant and filmic grain and detailing, daring colours, ideal blacks...UHD simply does not get much better than this. Braveheart's new Dolby Atmos soundtrack is almost as exciting as the corresponding 4K/ Dolby Vision picture. The sound is exceptional. It is big, it is clear, it is not lacking in any place. The monitor plays of space, excellent musical expression and width, along with a notable, but quite balanced and powerful, very low end service to audio and battle equally. The songs absolutely soars. The precision and clarity, width, thickness, and even height are all totally immersive, entirely clear, only a happy presentation of this picture's wonderful score that provides ample chance for sharp highs and solid lows to show in complete harmony. Action scenes are similarly strong, with assorted thuds, clanks, shouts, and a perverted din enveloping the listener. Elemental equilibrium is excellent and it's easy to become lost in the conflict, aesthetically and sonically alike. Atmospheric supports are wealthy and bring the entire world to life with uncanny precision, and also the feeling of perfected distance along with the track's capacity to provide free sounds with precision positioning and quantity doesn't go awry. Dialogue is excellent, presenting using a organic front-center locale, top-end clarity, and ideal prioritization.

I remember watching this film for the very first time in late 2003, and I was impressed. I saw it, and I was even more impressed. The acting is amazing, and the end was brilliant. For me, all of my guesses were erroneous. Everything that occurs in this film blu-ray 4K in unpredicted. The past half hour was highly inconsistent, and it had a strong message. After a scene was intended to be striking, they did a fantastic job at it. I really don't know about everyone else, but the end did make me shout. The message that the film shipped kept me thinking for some time. The quantity of courage and bravery was unthinkable, there was hardly any flaws or anything wrong with this movie. For a picture of 1995, they did a fantastic job. I absolutely promise that film to anyone who enjoys war and action with a little bit of play mixed in. Among the very best, or perhaps even the best picture of the 20th century.

Video
Codec: HEVC / H.265 (51.57 Mbps)
Resolution: Native 4K (2160p)
HDR: Dolby Vision + HDR10
Aspect ratio: 2.35:1
Original aspect ratio: 2.39:1

Audio
English: Dolby Atmos
English: Dolby TrueHD 7.1 (48kHz, 24-bit)
French (Canada): Dolby Digital 5.1
Spanish: Dolby Digital 5.1

Subtitles
English, English SDH, French, Spanish
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File size: 86.50 GB


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