Check out the Master of Puppets Through the Never video on youtube to see what I'm talking about. The film combines a spectacular concert performance by Metallica created exclusively for the film and a suspenseful narrative to produce a bracing, raw and visceral cinematic experience. The Ecstasy of Gold 2. Fortunately, whichever way you lean, the concert delivers and Metallica puts on one helluva show. The movie is about a young roadie who goes on an epic adventure to get something the band absolutely needs to continue on with their tour and is his adventure gets more suspenseful and intense, Metallica plays their songs in the background as if the kid is living the excitement of the songs through his journey. I was excited to watch this in Bluray on the home theater and the sound quality did not disappoint. But it did make a cool final in concert song with them all near each other.
Huge thumbs up to the talented people that produced this. Clearly the cameras employed are of a higher quality. Some song choices are questionable considering their massive catalogue but that is just a matter of taste. This is about as good as it gets without having to buy an expensive ticket to go see them live. But the seemingly simple assignment turns into a surreal adventure when his car is hit by an out-of-control driver. . For more about Metallica Through the Never 3D and the Metallica Through the Never 3D Blu-ray release, see published by Kenneth Brown on February 3, 2014 where this Blu-ray release scored 4.
Based on how much I enjoyed it, I ended up getting it in 3D earlier today, though I'm under no illusion that the home experience will measure up to the theatrical experience. Trip's journey, meanwhile, is granted weight by DeHaan's near-silent performance, but tends to struggle, fizzle and confuse, particularly by its climax, which involves a walking puppet-talisman, a disintegrating rider and a super-powered, war-hammer-wielding roadie. I'm an early Metallica fan, which means I grew up with them and I'm not in my 20's anymore. The 3D is done very well and the picture quality is excellent. Ordered the movie to have in my collection. If I had to find something negative to say, I would have to resort to nitpicking and say there were 2-3 scenes about 2 seconds long each where the video quality was noticeably worse, as if it were taken from a mediocre handicam.
It seems like in order to keep the video quality up, the lighting, etc. I'm really really glad I did, it was fantastic. Hanging screens flash even more video footage. I guess other people in this thread just wanted the concert, but this worked for me. Through the Never includes the following songs: 1. I am still without my digital copy.
The filming was great and the special effects were top notch. The opening scene of Robert warming up in a bass room was completely dumb. Not a recording of an actual show. The effects are mixed and recorded very well also. I find it is very easy to buy speakers. I can't speak for the blu-ray since I haven't watched it yet, but I plan to soon. The only real downside, though, is that each distraction is exacerbated by the 3D presentation, as any unsightly nuisances are that much more in-your-face than they are in 2D.
And Metallica gives their all with every twist and turn. In a way, the disc plays like a 90-minute long music video, with cuts of the band intertwined with cuts of a fictional story being acted out. It was easy to forget it was just a movie, it was so immersive. For example, you can clearly hear Jame's riffs vs. Featuring dazzling pyrotechnics, the most elaborate live-performance stage ever built and imagery drawn from the band's trailblazing iconography, the immersive 360-degree show creates a mind-bending, ear-shattering mirror image of the destruction and chaos of Trip's journey. Solid 3d as far as depth and awesome audio in general as you mention with great low end support which is always nice to hear. Great 3D and impressive sound quality both singing- and playing-wise.
Metallica fans will certainly get their money's worth. In the ensuing mayhem, a vicious masked horseman sets his murderous eye on Trip while delivering indiscriminate deathblows to rioters and cops alike. The quality and volume of the sound also did a lot to convey the experience. In a way, the disc plays like a 90-minute long music video, with cuts of the band intertwined with cuts of a fictional story being acted out. Beyond that my only wish, would be for more. The problem I have and this may spoil it for you too is the crowd at the show. Just stumbled upon this thread, couldn't believe this Blu-ray 3D was out already.
The whole show was good. . Just got back with my copy and plan to watch later. For Whom the Bell Tolls 4. Obviously if you are not a fan of Metallica this will not appeal to you. If you can see past that and let it just run in your mind like a very long music video that has no plot which I didn't care about the imagery and music gets those hairs on the back of your neck standing tall. A specially trained crew erect a 35-foot statue of Lady Justice -- live, mid-show -- just to destroy it and watch it topple to the ground.
I consider myself a Metallica fan, not necessarily a die-hard, and I really enjoyed it. Aliasing and crosstalk are rarely a problem either, and the 3D encode fares as well as its 2D counterpart. Wherever I May Roam 9. The filming was great and the special effects were top notch. It lets an older guy feel like he's back at a show. Trip, dazed and bruised, climbs out of his van only to find himself pitched in the middle of a tense standoff between angry protesters and charging riot police. Sat all the way through the credits to listen to the band play music.
For example, you can clearly hear Jame's riffs vs. The concert has a mix of very dark areas and very bright lighting, which should be challenging, but nothing was lost anywhere. Just watched this last night. There is lots of detail in the shadows and nothing gets blown out in the highlights. Metallica Through the Never's state-of-the-art 3-D photography, captured using up to 24 cameras simultaneously, engulfs audiences in one of the most innovative and exciting cinematic experiences ever imagined. Director: Writers: , , , , Starring: , , , , , Producers: , , , , , ». It seems like they spared no effort to make every aspect of the disc as good as they could.