Push 4K Blu-ray 2009 Ultra HD 2160p

Push 4K Blu-ray 2009 Ultra HD 2160p
BDRemux 4K 2160P
Сountry: USA, Canada
Genre: Thriller
Language: English, Spanish
Cast: Colin Ford, Joel Gretsch, Djimon Hounsou, Dakota Fanning, Robert Tsonos, Brandon Rhea, Camilla Belle, Neil Jackson, Chris Evans, Kai Cheung Leung, Hsin Nan Hung, Corey Stoll, Scott Michael Campbell, Wai Man Tam, Hal Yamanouchi...

The Division, a shadowy government agency, is genetically transforming citizens into an army of psychic warriors--and brutally disposing of those unwilling to participate. Nick Gant, a second-generation telekinetic or "mover," has been in hiding since the Division murdered his father more than a decade earlier. He has found sanctuary in densely populated Hong Kong--the last safe place on earth for fugitive psychics like him--but only if he can keep his gift a secret. Nick is forced out of hiding when Cassie Holmes, a 13-year-old clairvoyant or "watcher," seeks his help in finding Kira, an escaped "pusher" who may hold the key to ending the Division's program. Pushers possess the most dangerous of all psychic powers: the ability to influence others' actions by implanting thoughts in their minds. But Cassie's presence soon attracts the attention of the Division's human bloodhounds, forcing Nick and Cassie to flee for their lives. But they find themselves square in the crosshairs of Division Agent Henry Carver, a pusher who will stop at nothing to keep them from achieving their goal. 4K download blu-ray movie.

For more about Push 4K and the Push 4K Blu-ray release, see Push 4K Blu-ray Review published by Jeffrey Kauffman on April 9, 2018 where this Blu-ray release scored 2.5 out of 5.

Story movie
Push is presented on 4K UHD courtesy of Lionsgate Films with a 2160p transfer in 2.35:1. Push is kind of an odd duck to attempt to analyze in its 4K iteration, since it was so seriously tweaked in a variety of ways in post, including intentionally distressing various imagery and offering almost lo-fi looking moments that are riddled with noise, macroblocking and other things that we typically frown upon in our reviews. But, here's the thing — this is another 4K UHD release from Lionsgate that was shot on film (both 16mm and 35mm) where I personally just don't quite think the grain resolves naturally, even in scenes (relatively) free of any tweaking. Grain tends to swarm unnaturally at times, clumping here and there and even occasionally looking fairly noisy itself, and not (as might reasonably be expected) dependent solely on whether any given moment is culled from a 16mm or 35mm source. It's something I've noticed in other Lionsgate 4K releases, but here it may admittedly be somewhat ameliorated by the fact that so much of this film has been deliberately skewed to look almost hallucinatory. Fine detail levels rise expectedly as they often do from 2K DI sources, but again often fairly subtly, as in the pores on Djimon Honsou's face or even the stubble on Chris Evans' face. Like Knowing on 4K, some of the most remarkable change actually comes courtesy of Dolby Vision. The palette is, as mentioned above, almost lurid at times, with a kind of neon fluorescent quality that pops with some extremely distinctive hues in 4K UHD. Reds and yellows especially caught my eye in this presentation, and even within these general tonal areas there are some really interesting new gradations, as in a largely red bathed club/casino scene, where Dolby Vision adds a slightly orangish cast.

Marty gave top marks to Push's DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 mix on the original Blu-ray release, so there's no way for me to indicate via a score that the Dolby Atmos track takes an already excellent and quite viscerally exciting sonic experience and ups the ante considerably. There are a number of standout elements in the Atmos mix, including the pulsing, throbbing score by Neil Davidge, which acquires a new spaciousness in this outing, as well as what to my ears sounds like increased emphasis on the low range, something that really adds some momentum to some underscored sequences. Sound effects associated with the various "mutants", including a kind of whip pan effect when "pushers" activate, or a more wafting effect when "sniffers" start, well, sniffing, have increased overhead presence now and add quite a bit of fun to the proceedings. A chaotic urban environment helps to support good use of the side and rear channels as well, with a glut of effects like traffic and crowd noises. Dialogue is always rendered cleanly and clearly on this very enjoyable track.

Info Blu-ray movie
Codec: HEVC / H.265
Resolution: Upscaled 4K (2160p)
HDR: Dolby Vision +
Aspect ratio: 2.35:1
Original aspect ratio: 2.39:1

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

English SDH, Spanish

File size: 53.26 GB

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