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4K HDR? There were only two scenes in this that remotely impressed me. The Hummingbird scene and the Field Mouse and Owl scene. The rest looked like average 1080p footage. The soundtrack was just OK with little use of the surround speakers. And Redford's voice over was just OK. Poor mixing. I would pass on this and put the money toward the Planet Earth II disks or the 'Seven Worlds, One Planet' disks instead. Very disappointed. Wish I could return.
The image quality is stunning in 4k. The production and cinematography are excellent. My only gripe which, in my opinion make this a weak movie is that the plot goes from one bleak harrowing situation involving a young animal being eaten to another. Sounds petty perhaps, but DO NOT watch this with small children!!...ours were traumatized.
There is NO original material on this disc. It's ALL sourced from other BBC Nature productions (e.g. Earth). Robert Redford does NOT improve on David Attenborough's narration, sadly it appears that Redford's time has passed even in voice-over format. When narrated by Redford, very similar scripting to Attenborough's Earth comes off as trite by comparison. Despite the great photography, this disc is a pass, NOT a buy.
I am surprised that BBC released this disc set. It is mostly all old footage or variants of material they've released before (and we've seen before). The video is stunning although I did notice a couple of sequences that seemed to jump a bit. What was really bad was the narrator's audio --- very uneven, loud in one scene, soft the next, and sometimes crackling as it went from soft to loud. I guess the 4K format was the justification for releasing this set. BBC, where are your standards?
Like many of the other reviews, I bought this at release. Unfortunately, much of the footage is reused from other BBC shows. At least 4-5 clips are from Planet Earth 2. Even though I like these BBC collections, I do not enjoy paying for rehashed content. The narration is done by Robert Redford, who is an alright actor, but it would have been better if done by David Attenborough. If you do not yet have the Planet Earth collections, buy those instead of this.
i love the BBC earth collection , i have every edition offered. I bought this as soon as it was released. What a shame. All it is is basically a best of clips show from past BBC earth shows going back over 10 years in some cases. Some might like, but not good if you have these medias already
A storyline that is an aggregated collection of clips taken from previous series. This should have been indicated as many people will have already seen the footage. Whilst the quality is excellent, as always for BBC material, the fact there is very little new footage should have been made clear. Slightly naughty, BBC!