Tuesday, October 25, 2016

National Geographic's "Living in the Age of Airplanes" Movie #Review! #Airplanes

A film shot in 18 countries and on 7 continents.


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Directed by Brian J. Terwilliger
LIVING IN THE AGE OF AIRPLANES offers a fresh perspective on a modern-day miracle that many of us take for granted: flying. Narrated by Harrison Ford and featuring an original score from Academy Award® winning composer James Horner, the film takes viewers to 18 countries across all seven continents to illuminate how airplanes have empowered a century of global connectedness our ancestors could never have imagined.

Following its premiere at the Smithsonian National Air & Space Museum in Washington, DC, the film continued its successful run on giant screen, digital, IMAX® and museum cinemas worldwide in 2015/2016. It will be released digitally and on DVD/Blu-ray in October 2016 along with the release of the original soundtrack.

LIVING IN THE AGE OF AIRPLANES is directed by Brian J. Terwilliger (One Six Right) and produced by Terwilliger and Bryan H. Carroll. Director of Photography is Andrew Waruszewski. Music is by James Horner (Avatar, Titanic). Editor is Brad Besser.

Website: www.airplanesmovie.com
Trailers: www.airplanesmovie.com/trailers
Soundtrack: www.airplanesmovie.com/soundtrack

Product Details 
Price: Blu-ray $32.95; introductory $29.95 through the Holidays. DVD $24.95
Narrator: Harrison Ford
Director: Brian J. Terwilliger
Audio/Languages: English DTS-HD Master Audio in 7.1 and 5.1, French Dolby Digital 5.1, Mandarin (Simplified) Dolby Digital 5.1, English Dolby Digital 5.1 (Special Features)
Subtitles: Arabic, Brazilian Portuguese, Chinese Mandarin (Simplified), French, German, Hindi, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish
Number of Discs: 1
Run Time: 47 minutes and 40+ minutes of special features

Special Features: 
· ALASKA FLYING: Montage of deleted footage: airplanes exploring the remote Alaskan wilderness.
· 3 STORIES IN 4 MINUTES: Three stories: One Camera, Underwater in the Maldives, Journey to the South Pole.
· PLANE SPOTTING: A collection of the crew’s best takeoff & landing shots captured on 5 continents.
· FLIGHT OVER AFRICA: The biplane sequence from the film “Out of Africa” re-created 30 years later.
· IMPOSSIBLE SHOTS: VISUAL EFFECTS: Go behind-the-scenes and learn how the impossible shots in the film came to life.
· MAKING OF THE ALASKA HOUSE: Get an inside look at how the sequence in the Alaska House was created.
· HAWAII [DELETED SCENE]: One of the most remote places on Earth is almost exclusively visited by air.
· FLOWER SEQUENCE “DECONSTRUCTED”: A unique, real-time look inside one of the film’s most complex sequences.
· ALASKA FLYING II: Same visuals as “Alaska Flying” with the addition of radio communications.
· SEEING AVIATION FOR THE FIRST TIME: Witness aviation through the eyes of a group of kids in Kenya, Africa.
· IN-FLIGHT PREMIERE: Experience a first-of-its-kind premiere as the film debuts on board an Emirates A380.


Addition Features Include:
- Additional Footage of each Continent
- Behind the Scenes
- Partner Videos

My Review:
"Living in the Age of Airplanes" starts out talking about what the world was like before Airplanes ever existed. It explains what people used for transportation before airplanes came alone and what types of transportation was used. Then the movie talks about airplanes and how airplanes "marked the beginning of a revolution." We also got to see Seaplanes and the Indian Ocean! All of the ocean videography was beautiful and enchanting. And then, Antarctica! So much snow. So much wonder! They even showed the actual South Pole! The movie also has more to it, but I won't spoil it for you. My four year old daughter even watched most of it with me and she said it was cool and that she liked it.

Purchase your copy today! (aff. link)

Disclosure: I received a copy of National Geographic's "Living in the Age of Airplanes" on Blu-Ray in exchange for my review post. No other compensation was exchanged or received.


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