9 is a Perfect 10

 

 

Tim Burton does not make many ordinary movies. Even when he makes a movie about an apocalyptic event, he is able to put his personal touches to it and add mystery, terror and adventure all in the same plot.

 

Using cartoon animation instead of his previous work of stop action type animation, he is able to render rich colors and construct a world dominated by machines terrorizing the last few survivors created by a Professor. However this is not merely some recreation of Terminator Salvation and does not make you want to compare the product with James Cameron’s previous works. However the science and the surround effect is brilliant and this Blu Ray disc is a reference material disc. Sound quality and picture quality are all top notch and the DTS-MA 5.1 surrounds you with a world filled with details and the bass adds not only thump during explosions, but more importantly ambience and suspense.

 

There is plenty of action, but little by way of the chick factor.

 

It will take you more than one viewing to get the nuances of this movie, so I would say, this is a keeper.

 

Plot 4/5

Action 4/5

Surround 4.5/5

 

An early review:

 

 

http://www.highdefdiscnews.com/?p=32097

 

 

 

 

 

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