Purchase Soundtrack Buy the album from iTunes. Track Listing 1. Overture 2. Main Title 3. The Door Opens 4. Zero Gravity 5. Six Robots 6. Video: This new anamorphic 2. Blacks are rich and deep, as are the very important reds used predominantly throughout the film. Color reproduction in general looks excellent, and the image is highly detailed and very clean without any serious compression artifacts or edge enhancement.
The only real issue with the transfer is actually the fault of the film elements themselves, as some of the optical effects are very obviously dated by the clarity of the image. That's to be expected a bit though and you can't fault Disney for making this DVD look as good as it does. Optional French subtitles and English closed captioning option are also included.
Overall, it's not a bad mix, though there is too much going on in some of the high end in a few scenes and it can get a bit harsh sounding. The use of the surround speakers does add some nice depth to the action scenes and some of the space-travel scenes, though these instances are few and far between. Bass response is lively and active, and there aren't any issues as far as hearing the dialogue overtop the sound effects and background music.
There are two extra features on this DVD — the theatrical trailer, which runs about three minutes, and an all new sixteen minute 'making of' featurette entitled Through The Black Hole which is centered on the effects work used in the film. It's an interesting look back at the effects done for the movie before CGI and computers came into play the way they are used now though the computers of the time were used quite extensively in the film , and it's actually quite an interesting little piece of work.
Through interviews with effects supervisor Harrison Ellenshaw and a lot of archival footage, this segment shows us how they did what they did to make the movie look as cool as it does. The Black Hole is one of those fabulous disasters of a film that could have been so much more but really wasn't meant to be that way. Koch described it as "more visceral and exposed, less playful". By May , Cuomo had settled on a new direction for Weezer's second album, expressing his loneliness and frustration at Harvard, and Songs from the Black Hole was abandoned.
Weezer's second album became Pinkerton , released on September 24, In , Cuomo discussed releasing a compilation of his demos with Weezer's record label Geffen Records , including Songs from the Black Hole tracks, but the label feared it would "dilute" the Weezer brand.
In , Rolling Stone included Songs from the Black Hole on its list of rock music's lost "mythical masterpieces". What rock looks like both on the radio and in the underground would be enormously different if not for the varying shades [Weezer] popularized. Cuomo compiled two Songs from the Black Hole track lists: the first in February and the other in late From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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