Oblivion is a groundbreaking cinematic event starring Tom Cruise as Jack Harper, the lone security repairman stationed on a desolate, nearly-ruined future Earth. When he rescues a beautiful stranger from a downed spacecraft, her arrival triggers a nonstop chain of events that forces him to question everything he knows, and leaves humanity's fate in his hands. Academy Award-winner Morgan Freeman joins Cruise in this "visually stunning" (Pete Hammond, Movieline), explosive story from the director of TRON: Legacy and the producer of Rise of the Planet of the Apes.
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|Amazon Sales Rank||:||#2646 in DVD|
|Rating||:||PG-13 (Parents Strongly Cautioned)|
|Number of discs||:||2|
|Subtitled in||:||French, Spanish|
|Number of discs||:||2|
|Dimensions||:||5.40" h x 7.50" w x .70" l, .52 pounds|
|Running time||:||250 minutes|
Like any movie, YMMV. For instance, my lady friend didn't just dislike this movie. She hated it, even though she really likes Tom Cruise. Then again, there are very few movies with a sci-fi theme that she thinks is worthwhile. It's simply not her cup of tea. And while it's not her most hated sci-fi movie ("Prometheus" probably gets that honor), there was nothing she liked about "Oblivion".
There are many outstanding reviews that I've read here (especially M. Oleson's) that give intricate and informative details on the storyline, so I'll take a slightly different approach. Obviously, I really liked "Oblivion" (I also liked "Prometheus"), and for several reasons. First, I enjoyed the story -- one major and a few minor plot holes not withstanding. Oh, we've seen variations of this story many times, but that doesn't mean I lost interest. There were times I knew it was purposely oblique, but thought it stood up really well when taken in total. This is the type of movie where a second viewing may be warranted (I've watched it multiple times). Secondly, the picture quality is absolutely top tier, stark and pristine … and so were the sets. In a word, stunning! Thirdly, the soundtrack. It's an incredible, soaring soundtrack throughout that really pulls you in and doesn't let go. And finally, the depth of the bass. This movie will shake your walls and slam your body hard (if one has the equipment) with clean, powerful bass. There is one scene where they use a bass sweep that hits single digits (below 10 Hz) that will put a smile on just about any face. This Blu-Ray's sound capability will far surpass what any theater can reproduce (even the Arclight in Hollywood). Theaters simply can't plumb the depths that a well-integrated home theater with powerful subwoofers can, nor do they try. It's simply not feasible to try and reach anything below 30 Hz due to the sheer volume of a large theater.
Picture quality: 10 out of 10 (I have never seen better)
Sound quality: 10 out of 10 (did I mention the incredible bass and the impressively soaring and dramatic score?)
Story and presentation: marginal 7 out of 10 (I had a few issues with parts of the storyline)
Overall: marginal 9 out of 10 (which means that I highly recommend it)
Summary: If you like sci-fi and have a nice home theater with some potent subwoofers, I can't think of a better movie to showcase. As an example, "War of the Worlds" is renown for its impressively potent and stellar bass (DVD and Blu-Ray are equally as good and rated 5-stars on AVS), and "Oblivion" (Blu-Ray) is just as impressive.
Best sci-fi movie I've seen in a long while. (Of course, that's damning with faint praise considering the lowly state of most sci-fi these days.) Despite a few shortcomings, most aspects of Oblivion are a cut above the standard. First, the storyline is genuinely intriguing, even if it ultimately fails to generate that ineffable sense of wonder that the best sci-fi is capable of. (I give it points for an earnest attempt, though.) Second, the movie is visually stunning, especially during the first half. Sunsets bathe the characters in a moody radiance; the vistas of a ravaged Earth are close to breathtaking; camera angles immerse the viewer in the action in inventive ways; and the tech is both totally believable and pretty darn cool. Third, the film displays an intelligence that is increasingly rare in Hollywood and therefore most welcome. The only real downside is the reliance (as is so common these days) on a multitude of action set-pieces, one after the other. However, the pacing leaves sufficient room to breathe between each fight/chase sequence that the viewer doesn't feel overwhelmed. My biggest gripe about the movie (and it's an admittedly small one) is the payoff line Tom Cruise's character utters at the climax. He literally just finishes quoting Tacitus or some similar Roman poet-historian, only to follow that with the most cringe-inducing of vulgar epithets. If that's the filmmakers' idea of an inspirational sound bite, then they sorely miscalculated. Aside from that misstep, though, Oblivion gets most things right and proves to be a wholly enjoyable entertainment that respects the audience's intelligence. Recommended.
This is the second time we have rented this and sadly had the same problem as before. The volume was all over the place most of the time the volume was set at the max 100 once in awhile we would drop it to 65. That made it difficult to follow the plot line.