Tuesday, July 26, 2011
Hey guys, here's the uboxing of the movie "Rio blu ray 3D" import from Brazil, With a stunning 1080p transfer that captures the grandeur of Rio de Janeiro, this impeccable animation is down to the finest detail which is breathtaking. Really colorful and accurate, sharp details, excellent black levels, this one is a faithful transfer. With English as main audio dts-hd MA 5.1, dialogue reproduction is smooth and accurate with clarity during the musical numbers and the action sequence at the end of the film. Also comes with 2 different Dutch audio and 2 different Spanish audio as dolby digital 5.1, as well as Brazilian Portuguese. All bonus content is in high def. Both regular blu-ray and blu-ray 3D are regions A and B, and DVD copy also comes as region 1 (USA) and 4 (Brazil). "RIO blu-ray" is an extremely entertaining film packed with fun for all ages. This high definition Blu- ray release is without a doubt, the definitive version, with excellent picture and sound quality.
English: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1
French = DTS 5.1
Portuguese = Dolby Digital 5.1
Castellano Spanish = Dolby Digital 5.1
Latin American Spanish = Dolby Digital 5.1
Dutch Netherlands = Dolby Digital 5.1
Dutch VLAAMS = Dolby Digital 5.1
English, Portuguese, Spanish, French, German, Vlaams
- The Real Rio (HD, 9 mins)
- Making Of "Hot Wings" (HD, 8 mins)
- Deleted Scene-Fruit Banking (HD, 2 mins)
- Music Video Welcome to Rio (HD, 1:40 mins)
- Music Video Taio Cruz Telling The World (HD, 2 mins)
- Explore the world of Rio (HD) interactive
- Saving a Species: A voice at a time (HD, 25 mins)
- Bum Bum Tish Tish: Sounds of Rio (HD, 13 mins)
- Rio Trailer (HD, 2 mins)
- Rio de JAM-eiro Jukebox (HD, 8 mins) back to back all songs from the movie
Blu-ray = Region A - B
DVD = Region 1 - 4
3-disc combo: Blu-ray 3D, Blu-ray, DVD with Digital Copy
Rio, often promoted as Rio: The Movie, is a 2011 American 3D computer-animated musical comedy film produced by Blue Sky Studios and directed by Carlos Saldanha. The title refers to the Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro, in which the film is set. The film features the voices of Jesse Eisenberg, Anne Hathaway, George Lopez, Jemaine Clement, Rodrigo Santoro and Jake T. Austin. The film tells the story of Blu (Jesse Eisenberg), a blue macaw who is taken to Rio de Janeiro to mate with a female. He eventually falls in love with Jewel (Anne Hathaway), a free spirited macaw, and together they have to escape from being smuggled by Nigel (Clement), a cockatoo. Carlos Saldanha is a Brazilian director of animated films. He was the director of Ice Age: The Meltdown (2006), Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs (2009) and Rio (2011), and the co-director of Ice Age (2002) and Robots (2005). Carlos Saldanha was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Rio é um filme animado em 3-D da 20th Century Fox e da Blue Sky Studios. É dirigido por Carlos Saldanha
Em "Rio", o mais novo longa-metragem de animação da Blue Sky, o mundo inteiro vai acompanhar Blu - um simpático exemplar de ararinha-azul --, que embarca em uma aventura espetacular, na qual descobrirá inúmeras maravilhas, cores exuberantes e a música de seu país de origem, o Brasil. Personagens divertidos estarão com ele nessa incrível descoberta da cidade, retratada pela primeira vez em um filme de animação. Esta animação é mais uma obra de arte do condecorado diretor e produtor Carlos Saldanha. Para que não sabe, Carlos Saldanha é o criador e diretor da trilogia "A era do Gelo".
Blu (Jesse Eisenberg) é uma arara azul que nasceu no Rio de Janeiro mas, capturada na floresta, foi parar na fria Minnesota, nos Estados Unidos. Lá é criada por Linda (Leslie Mann), com quem tem um forte laço afetivo. Um dia, Túlio (Rodrigo Santoro) entra na vida de ambos. Ornitólogo, ele diz que Blu é o último macho da espécie e deseja que ele acasale com a única fêmea viva, que está no Rio de Janeiro. Linda e Blu partem para a cidade maravilhosa, onde conhecem Jade (Anne Hathaway). Só que ela é um espírito livre e detesta ficar engaiolada, batendo de frente com Blu logo que o conhece. Quando o casal é capturado por uma quadrilha de venda de aves raras, eles ficam presos por uma corrente na pata. É quando precisam unir forças para escapar do cativeiro.
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Monday, July 11, 2011
Pizza Planet is a fictional pizza restaurant that appears in all Toy Story films as well as all Pixar movies with the exception of The Incredibles. In the film, it is a large, sci-fi-themed restaurant with arcade games including the entrance robot guards. The company runs a fleet of derelict Toyota Hilux pickup trucks (as evidenced by the inscription on the tailgate; it is a Toyota inscription with the "YO" and "TA" worn off so it simply appears as "YO") with a rocket on the roof featuring the restaurant's logo, as seen in Toy Story, Toy Story 2 and Toy Story 3 There is a Pizza Planet reference in every Pixar feature film to date except for the film The Incredibles. This is 1:55 scale.
"Pizza Planet Appearances"
- Toy Story - At the Dinoco gas station.
- Toy Story 2 - In the Cutting Boulevard apartment parking lot.
- Lotso, Chuckles, and Big Baby ride on a Pizza Planet truck's rear bumper in the rain at night to get from Daisy's house to Sunnyside Daycare.
- UP - Seen in the parking lot behind the curb where Russell and Carl are sitting at the end.
- Ratatouille - On a bridge in the background of the document chase scene
- Wall-E - Briefly seen when EVE scans it for plant life.
- Cars - At the Los Angeles International Speedway at the title deciding race. His name is Todd.
- Cars 2 - The Pizza Planet truck has been spotted in the Cars 2 triptych poster, in the middle London portion, near a fountain in the background. He also appears at the end of film, as one of the spectators of the Radiator Springs Grand Prix.
This Pizza Planet truck has a yellow coat of paint overall, although it is usually quite faded and peeling, dented, The hatch on top is white, and the rear bumper is a dark grey
The back of the truck reads "YO", which, in combination with its overall appearance, shows strong evidence that the truck is in fact a Toyota (possibly Hilux model) truck
The Pizza Planet truck appears in every Pixar film except for The Incredibles. Lee Unkrich confirmed on a Q&A site linked to his Twitter account that the Pizza Planet truck does not appear in The Incredibles. In addition, a Disney press release related to Pixar's 25th anniversary stated the truck does not appear in The Incredibles
Pizza Planet restaurants at Walt Disney World, Disney Hollywood Studios and Disneyland Paris are named after the site in the film and are designed to resemble it.
This is an awesome Disney Pixar Toy !!!
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