And also partly because of all the gun fight I get myself into when I was trying to save the world. I guess it is that price to pay when you want to save the world and in our modern world, sword fight ain't exactly the most popular way to fight.
|Bang bang you shot me down, bang bang. I am a super hero.|
Despite the fact that I self proclaim hearing fail, I still believe that a movie experience will not be complete without a good sound system and effect. Isn't that the whole idea why we pay for movie tickets to get into the cinema? Alternatively we can just
download buy DvD or get it off Netflix isn't it?
I am sure this conversation is very common in your daily life when you discuss about a movie,
A - "Is the show nice?"
B - "Not bad"
A - "Worth watching in the cinema?"
B - "Ya ya, you better go watch in the cinema, the sound effect and experience is wayyy better"
A - "ok ok, if it is just some comedy with no effect or no action I will just watch on video"
But do you know that even at cinemas you get different sound quality too? You know how we always call it "surround sound", "sub woofer", "digital", "5.1" etc. What does it really means?
You might be able to feel the difference from your laptop like how we did in the cinema but this video very much explains to you how did they make the whole surround sound works and how Dolby put their technology to a bigger hike, not just surround sound but also bringing you "into the movie".
Like mentioned in the video, Dolby Atmos is a cutting-edge, sound technology that gives us listeners the experience of enjoying sounds that are realistic, immersive & 360 degrees! We can now even know who farted just from the sound! 360 Degree FTW! :x
Hunger Games Mockingjay Part 1
|Are you here to fight with us? Katniss Everdeen: I am. I will.|
Many commented that this part of the movie is not as exciting as the previous parts because of the lack of fighting scene as compared to part 1 where the hunger game was the main focus of the show.
I guess I got the longer side of the stick to really enjoy the show thanks to Dolby Atmos. I really enjoyed those scenes where I see the people got united, stand together, singing the song
of angry man. (oops, wrong movie) and marching on for democracy. Those scenes were so intense to me that all my hair were standing and I do not know how to explain it but I just feel a sense of motivation and I was really very touched to be honest.
The realistic war scenes were totally brought to live with Dolby Atmos technology. You can feel the planes zooming pass your head and bombs dropping right beside you. The experience was phenomenal.
I really like how to story was put together at the same time with the clarity of the sound that really transported me into the movie and I felt like I'm one of them from district 13. (Oh wait, you didn't know there's a district 13?)
For those who have yet to watch the show, go catch it, catch it at a Dolby Atmos movie theatre like Vivocity or JEM where I did. Yes, it is worth watching in the cinemas but only with Dolby Atmos. Trust me.
Are you, are youComing to the tree
They strung up a man
They say who murdered three.
Strange things did happen here
No stranger would it be
If we met at midnight
In the hanging tree.