But what now, do not take pictures of love? La La Land 2016 Subtitles Aspiring actress serves lattes to movie stars in between auditions and jazz musician Sebastian scrapes by playing cocktail-party gigs in dingy bars. Gosling's facial hair also stands out as well. They will have to decide whether living their dreams of fame is worth the heartbreak. Overview Sick of serving coffee to movie stars, Mia is an aspiring actress rushing around Los Angeles to audition for the big break that will finally let her quit her day job; Sebastian plays jazz piano at dive bars while waiting to be discovered. . The cast and crew discuss how it was to film the fun party and all the choreography that went into shooting it.
Founded in April 2006, High-Def Digest is the ultimate guide for High-Def enthusiasts who demand only the best that money can buy. The extras are all worth watching, leaving this release Highly Recommended! However, when she exits the car into the bright sunny skies, the yellow dress simply pops as it looks as it's a brand new brighter yellow. Individual strands of hair can be seen easily on the actor's faces, particularly the many different strands of red and orange on Stone's head. Indeed, no pitfalls, all on the surface, everything is simple. Stitching in the costumes can be seen as well as makeup blemishes on all the actor's faces.
Black levels are deep and inky in each scene where the spotlight might shine on one person and everything else fades to varying degrees of black. It's all well balanced and literally music to your ears. You'll be able to hear each instrument perfectly with a realistic heft as if you were there live listening to it. It's nice once in a while to have a light-hearted film with music and soul, rather than zombie wars and killer robots. La La Land 4K Blu-ray, Special Features and Extras 3. Magnificent shots, just gorgeous views, I do not say anything about music.
Detail and colors are definitely upgraded from the standard Blu-ray release. Some folks see it as strongly as I do, while it hardly seems to register with others, which may suggest some of us have some kind of visual cortex wiring that makes us more prone to seeing it. But empathize, it is possible. You'll feel like you're in the middle of a rocking concert at some points or in between a personal conversation with the two lead actors. She watched with great pleasure.
La La Land is a perfect blend of comedy, drama, music, and one breathtaking visual experience after another. But as success mounts, they are faced with decisions that fray the fragile fabric of their love affair, and the dreams they worked so hard to maintain in each other threaten to rip them apart. These two fall head-over-heels in love with each other but when their careers start to take off, their new found success puts their romance to the test. All of the music from the film is discussed here. He pays homage to the old days of cinema without hitting you over the head too often and makes you fall in love with these amazing, yet flawed characters. Right of the bat, the surrounds kick into high gear with tons of cars honking from all over the place and with varying degrees of volume, depending on how far off camera they are.
This film will be watched over and over again for many years to come. While it's pronounced at times keep your eye on the blue wall behind Mia during that fantastic scene where she's interrupted giving the audition where she's supposedly on a phone call , it resolves organically and gives this presentation a really healthy and natural appearance. La La Land is delicious! Gosling and Stone deliver outstanding performances and yes, actually sang and danced on their own, in addition to playing their own instruments. La La Land 4K Blu-ray, Audio Quality 5. The song and dance numbers are excellent and have soul with Gosling and Stone perfectly performing them in each scene. There are several moments scattered throughout this often extremely colorful presentation where the palette popped with a new immediacy and at times with subtly altered interstitial tones.
A couple of passing notes about this release: this had a much longer than usual boot up process, and one where it sounded like the disc drive was struggling a bit to find the appropriate data. Mia, an aspiring actress, serves lattes to movie stars in between auditions and Sebastian, a jazz musician, scrapes by playing cocktail party gigs in dingy bars, but as success mounts they are faced with decisions that begin to fray the fragile fabric of their love affair, and the dreams they worked so hard to maintain in each other threaten to rip them apart. I have not received such aesthetic pleasure for a long time. Many will say that the plot is too simple, and I will not argue. If you loved the film, you'll like the commentary.
The colors and choreography are just incredible and pave the way for the rest of the film. And I personally continue to experience rather pronounced judder at times during lateral pans like the long one that opens the freeway sequence. The video and audio presentations here are simply stunning. The picture is just radiant from start to finish in this colorful musical film. The viewer believes the actors and gives in to their undoubted fascination. Skin tones also look fantastic and natural as well. It's an incredible viewing experience.
This topic has become the basis for hundreds, thousands of films, so why not take another one? The opening of the film is shot on a highway bridge in sunny Los Angeles with tons of colorful dresses and wardrobe pieces that just brighten this image up. Audio Commentary - Director Damien Chazelle and composer Justin Hurwitz deliver an informative commentary track where they discuss what it was like to make the film. Everyone talks about how much this was the project he wanted to do and what themes he wanted to convey through it. La La Land is an excellent film that pays tribute to old-school Hollywood in a modern setting, as well as jazz music and musicals of the golden era of movie-making. The same goes for all the reds, blues, and greens here. Years go by, and human nature does not change. A few trailers play before the menu startup.
They discuss the choreography and how they shot it on location. Once the main menu booted, though, there were no further problems. People, like decades ago, meet, fall in love, make each other happy, diverge and live, remembering once-luminous feelings. The discs are housed in a hard, black plastic case with a cardboard sleeve too. There are no major signs of any compression issues or video noise here, leaving this video presentation with excellent marks.