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Transcendence [Blu-ray]

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El Dr. Will Caster (Johnny Depp) es el investigador más destacado en el campo de la inteligencia artificial y se encuentra trabajando en la creación de una máquina sentiente que combine la inteligencia colectiva de todo lo conocido con la gama completa de las emociones humanas. Sus experimentos sumamente controvertidos lo han hecho famoso, pero también lo han convertido en el principal objetivo de extremistas antitecnología dispuestos a todo con tal de detenerlo. Sin embargo, en su intento de destruir a Will, se convierten sin querer en el catalizador de su éxito, haciéndolo partícipe de su propia transcendencia. Para su mujer, Evelyn (Rebecca Hall), y su mejor amigo, Max Waters (Paul Bettany), ambos compañeros de investigación, la cuestión no es si pueden hacerlo... sino si deben hacerlo. Los peores miedos de Evelyn y Max se hacen realidad cuando el ansia de conocimiento de Will degenera en una búsqueda de poder aparentemente omnipresente con fines desconocidos. Lo único que van teniendo cada vez más aterradoramente claro es que tal vez no haya modo de detenerlo.

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El Dr. Will Caster (Johnny Depp) Es El Investigador Más Destacado En El Campo De La Inteligencia Artificial Y Se Encuentra Trabajando En La Creación De Una Máquina Sentiente Que Combine La Inteligencia Colectiva De Todo Lo Conocido Con La Gama Completa De Las Emociones Humanas. Sus Experimentos Sumamente Controvertidos Lo Han Hecho Famoso, Pero También Lo Han Convertido En El Principal Objetivo De Extremistas Antitecnología Dispuestos A Todo Con Tal De Detenerlo. Sin Embargo, En Su Intento De Destruir A Will, Se Convierten Sin Querer En El Catalizador De Su Éxito, Haciéndolo Partícipe De Su Propia Transcendencia. Para Su Mujer, Evelyn (Rebecca Hall), Y Su Mejor Amigo, Max Waters (Paul Bettany), Ambos Compañeros De Investigación, La Cuestión No Es Si Pueden Hacerlo... Sino Si Deben Hacerlo. Los Peores Miedos De Evelyn Y Max Se Hacen Realidad Cuando El Ansia De Conocimiento De Will Degenera En Una Búsqueda De Poder Aparentemente Omnipresente Con Fines Desconocidos. Lo Único Que Van Tenie


Detalles del producto

  • Actores: Johnny Depp, Rebecca Hall
  • Directores: Wally Pfister
  • Formato: Color, PAL, Subtitulado
  • Audio: Inglés (DTS-HD 5.1), Castellano (DTS-HD 5.1)
  • Subtítulos: Castellano, Inglés
  • Región: Región B (Más información sobre Formatos de Blu-ray.)
  • Relación de aspecto: 2.40:1
  • Número de discos: 1
  • Calificación española (ICAA): No recomendada para menores de 12 años
  • Estudio: 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment España, S.A.
  • Fecha de lanzamiento: 5 nov 2014
  • Duración: 118 minutos
  • Valoración media de los clientes: 3.2 de un máximo de 5 estrellas  Ver todas las opiniones (4 opiniones de clientes)
  • ASIN: B00O8O1KLM
  • Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº7.123 en Cine y Series TV (Ver el Top 100 en Cine y Series TV)

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Por DARKOP TOP 50 COMENTARISTAS en 5 de agosto de 2016
Formato: Blu-ray Compra verificada
Trata el tema ético de ser inmortal pasando tu conciencia a una máquina.
Es una peli de ciencia ficción entretenida, sin llegar a ser una gran peli.
Esta en castellano y el contenido de la caja es un único disco.

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Por Javier Alonso TOP 500 COMENTARISTAS en 21 de noviembre de 2014
Formato: Blu-ray
DISCO: BLU-RAY 50 GB (37 GB utilizados)
CODEC: MPEG-4 AVC
FORMATO CINE: 2.40:1
RESOLUCIÓN: 1920 x 1080p
SONIDO/IDIOMAS: DTS-HD MASTER 5.1 CAST, ING
SUBTÍTULOS: CAST, ING
EXTRAS: REPORTAJES
TÍTULO ORIGINAL: TRANSCENDENCE (2014)
DIRECTOR: WALLY PFISTER
INTÉRPRETES: JOHNNY DEPP, REBECCA HALL, PAUL BETTANY, KATE MARA, MORGAN FREEMAN, CILLIAN MURPHY, COLE HAUSER, CLIFTON COLLINS JR., JOSH STEWART, OLIVIA TAYLOR DUDLEY
MÚSICA: MYCHAEL DANNA
DURACIÓN: 119 MINUTOS
SELLO: ENTERTAINMENT ONE

IMAGEN
Sorprende que una producción reciente presente una imagen como la que podemos ver en este Blu-ray. En algunos momentos la imagen parece estar desenfocada y el contraste cargado. El efecto es similar al que se puede apreciar en el metraje 2.35:1 del BD El Caballero Oscuro: La Leyenda Renace, donde la imagen se muestra mal enfocada en todo el metraje que no es IMAX. Afortunadamente, este desenfoque no está presente en todo el metraje, pero sí en bastantes secuencias. No obstante, la calidad en las secuencias que no acusan lo citado es estupenda, con un buen contraste, una iluminación impecable y una buena definición. Cabe destacar que no se trata de un "fallo" de la edición BD española, pues la edición USA ofrece una imagen muy similar. El problema está en el master original.

SONIDO
La calidad sonora es estupenda. aunque Transcendence no es una película cargada de acción, lo cierto es que el sonido deleita al espectador con un ambiente bien elaborado, efectos traseros bien localizados y un subgrave que transmite frecuencias muy bajas.
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Formato: DVD
Me gustó bastante, aunque el guión al final se iba intuyendo, e iba perdiendo un poco de gracia la cosa. En general creo que es una buena película. Me gustó.
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Por Javier. en 14 de noviembre de 2014
Formato: Blu-ray
Lo siento mucho, pero cada vez que a Depp lo sacan de sus «papeles tradicionales» y en su mayoría «iguales» no destaca. No está a la altura de un gran Freeman. Un poco vacía y carece de ese enganche que tienen muchas películas. Después de esto y de «The Lone Ranger» (El llanero solitario), pierde cada vez más mi admiración. Espero que en la próxima de «Piratas del Caribe» recupere su carisma, pues ese papel solo lo puede hacer él (y quizá sea el único en el que se vea su potencial =3)
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Give it a shot if you like idea-oriented science fiction 5 de mayo de 2014
Por Robert Wallace - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Blu-ray Compra verificada
If you're reading this review, you probably skipped this in theaters and wonder if it's worth a buy on Blu-Ray. It is. This is the most under-rated movie I am aware of ... I suspect it will become a quiet cult classic and I look forward to watching it again.

After watching the movie, I read a handful of critical reviews to see what the problems were. Mostly, critics panned "plot holes" and "logical errors," but every specific complaint I read was actually addressed within the movie. (Explicitly even, through dialogue.)

I suspect the problem is this: the movie is a slow-burn drama and open to several channels of interpretation. One of the central questions of the story is whether or not Dr. Caster was successfully "uploaded," or if the machine is something else altogether. The movie provides a couple of suggestions, and it does favor one over the other, but it allows you to draw your own conclusions.

Such is the nature of a lot of the plot points. You get to decide who the villains are and who the good guys are (if there are any). You get to decide how a machine can (or can't) reconcile love. You get to decide the meaning of the "religious" imagery that enters the movie partway through. The film is brilliantly nuanced, and it seems to have compelling arguments for both sides on pretty much every issue it presents -- which bothered a lot of the people in the theatre. My interpretation of the movie was satisfying, yours may not be. I've read a lot of comments on the internet as to why someone hated the "message" or the "plot" and almost every single time I find myself thinking, "But that's not the way I saw it."

Even if you go into this movie not caring so much about the philosophical aspects, it functions as a beautiful, yet oh-so-messed-up, love story that brought a tear to my eyes.

The movie does have a couple of failings ... there are exactly two moments that come across as cheesy. One of these moments is at the beginning (this won't spoil anything): a student asks Dr. Caster if he's basically trying to create his own "god" through technology. The line itself was a bit cheesy, but the acting was so over-the-top, I don't understand why the studio didn't mandate a re-shoot.

Some of the technology may seem a bit "fantastic" to those who have never picked up the tech section of the New York Times, and I'm hoping that a second viewing will answer a question I had about the nature of an injection that happens in the third act of the film. Be warned: this is NOT an action film, and you will have to pay attention to the dialogue and form your own opinions as you go along to have a pleasant viewing experience. Even then, your opinions will be continually challenged, and it's a fun back-and-forth if you like that sort of thing. (I do.)

UPDATE: The quality of the Blu-Ray itself is a disappointment. It appears they've applied a fair amount of DNR to the image, which *does* affect the level of detail, contrary to what you may read elsewhere, and it affects it drastically. It's especially disappointing, because the detail and grain were part of what made the image so intriguing in theatres.

The audio mix is excellent, so no complaints there. But the special features are essentially non-existent -- you'll get through everything in 15 minutes. (Literally.) The "viral" videos are included, which is nice. A commentary with the writer would have been a fantastic addition, but I suppose you can't fault Warner for not wanting to spend time/money on a film that flopped in the box office.

With that in mind, I'll step down the recommendation to "worth a buy, but make sure you get a good price for it."
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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Visually stunning sci-fi that underwhelms in the ideas department 30 de julio de 2014
Por Robert Hayes - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Good sci-fi has always been about ideas, and TRANSCENDENCE does have some. Still, visuals end up trumping the compelling questions which it could have at least attempted to answer. The story is about Will Caster, an AI researcher who is attacked by an anti-technology group known as RIFT (Radical Independence From Technology). They only graze him with a bullet, but the bullet was laced with a lethal substance and now he only has a month to live. Desperate to save his life by any means possible, his wife (and research partner) tests an experimental procedure which uploads his consciousness to a computer. From there he evolves and grows to a point practically beyond human comprehension, all with RIFT on his trail.

Watching this, at least for the first two thirds, I kept wondering why on earth this flopped so hard. It might not be the smartest sci-fi out there, having a decent amount of logical issues and extraordinary suspense of disbelief towards the end, but at its core is a compelling relationship and the age-old question of whether humans can create something as, or more, intelligent than ourselves. However by the end, with its typical action climax and really failing to probe the issues at its heart, I can understand why it might turn some people off. For my money, it was a good, well-intentioned effort by first-time director Wally Pfister (Christopher Nolan's longtime DP, who also has a producing credit). None of what is wrong with the film can really be laid on his shoulders. That would be first-time writer Jack Paglen. At times, it isn't clear what he intended the message of the film to be, since the results are a bit mixed. Is it anti-technology or not? Who are the real villains supposed to be? The answers to these questions seem to change as the film progresses.

Another major weakness I found was the footage that bookends the narrative. Set five years after the events of the film, it essentially gives away the endgame and removes any and all questions as to how the film might turn out. Still, the journey there is interesting and extremely cool to watch. Speaking of things that are cool to watch, I must say that the film is very well designed and filmed, and has some awesome visual effects. Granted, these don't really make up for the faults in the writing, but at least it was pretty to look at. One minor issue I will point out is the pacing, as there is a two-year jump in the middle of the film which not only throws off the narrative thrust (as slow as it might be), but also raises a lot of additional questions that the writers probably don't want viewers to be asking, the least of which is given how powerful that Will becomes in terms of the things he can do, how this didn't revolutionize the technology and medical fields anywhere else. Also, are we supposed to believe that RIFT or the FBI didn't make much of any headway in the intervening time period?

Anyway, I digress. Despite a lot of these questions periodically coming up after I started to think about what I was watching, I still enjoyed myself. Why? Mainly because it wasn't boring, which is the worst crime a film can commit. Even though the tough questions aren't really given their due, the cast did a good job and the film was visually pleasing (although I kind of wish that some of the supporting cast had been given more screen time). Overall, as long as you lower your expectations a bit I see no reason why this wouldn't be a good way to pass two hours.
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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A Romance Wrapped In Sci-Fi 8 de abril de 2015
Por Thelonious Punk - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
I'm a sci-fi guy, not a romance movie guy. This film is simply a love story disguised as a sci-fi film that centers its "plot" on merging humans with computers and the dreaded "singularity" that is a common theme in all computer focused sci-fi these days. However, that stuff is just the dressing for the main course, romantic love. While I don't mind that when I know that is what I am getting into, I don't like it when it is hidden in the trailers and I am misled intentionally to get my bucks. I would rent/stream this movie. It is worth a watch but does not call out for a re-view. Guys: You can watch this one with your gal that doesn't like sci-fi and she will like it if she likes romance films.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Satisfying exploration of potentials in the inevitable creation of a digital human being 6 de julio de 2014
Por Stacy - Publicado en Amazon.com
Compra verificada
I can easily envision it happening the way it happens in the movie - when a human chooses to change their substrate into digital form rather than become nonexistent and be certainly and forever separated from the ones they love. At least with that first experiment there are plausible possibilities for reunion. Not only that, but a human in digital form could theoretically process information at the same speed as the fastest computers, plus utilize human-style reasoning and problem-solving skills - which computers have not previously achieved. The inevitable and shockingly fast jumps in technologies, including physical human evolution - and the fears and doubts that accompany it - are explored emotionally and intellectually with engaging performances by the actors. The performance that stands out most in my mind is that of Rebecca Hall who plays Evelyn, the wife of main character, Will (Johnny Depp's character). It was easy to feel what seemed like her genuine emotions - conflict, relief, love, grief, fear, uncertainty - you name it. Her performance reminds me of the enthralling work of Olivia Williams as Anna in The Sixth Sense. I think this movie will be among those (such as Gattaca) that we will think about when trying to sort out what future technologies will mean for us when we are faced with them. Good performances, good visual artistry, beautiful and smart special effects. I loved the movie.
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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas almost gets there 24 de marzo de 2015
Por Lynn - Publicado en Amazon.com
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It's difficult to express what went wrong in this movie without being a spoiler, and I have seen much worse movies. The previews do show that the character's consciousness was uploaded to a computer, so that shouldn't spoil things for you, and the first question anyone would have I suppose is this: is it really him? The movie tries to answer it but doesn't do that well. There is too much inconsistency between the adroid-like computer consciousness that is suppose to be him and the "him" who was him, and you never see the human side again, in my view. The screen-play provides a moment, something that is supposed to be a sort of reveal, but the problem was if it had been him all along he'd not have to say as much, it would have shown a long time before it became a question. The "if this weren't me I wouldn't make the decision I am making" is quickly negated by the "I've really been an ass for the last hour." issue. I don't think that will spoil it for you either, the movie is an American movie - of course there is going to be a reclamation - you knew it was coming long before I said anything about it. There is the implication of a sequel, its hardly there, but there is the tiny shadow of a promise, they drop it in. Literally. That could be done better.


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