The character reveals enough charm to satisfy, but as far as design, any memorable dialogue, or unforgettable actions go, there really aren't any. This time, there are two shoe-ins: Shone voiced by Rob Lowe as guardian of the sun and Leeyoon voiced by Christian Slater as guardian of the moon. When a faun named Mune becomes the Guardian of the Moon, little did he had unprepared experience with the Moon and an accident that could put both the Moon and the Sun in danger, including a corrupt titan named Necross who wants the Sun for himself and placing the balance of night and day in great peril. Mune: Guardian of the Moon strives to bring a different tonal flavor to the traditional animated film. The 1080p resolution proves more than capable of revealing broader landscape textures and intimate character characteristics with satisfying ease and complexity. Yet the film can be praised for a number of other factors, including original character designs and its unique approach at looking at the world, or at least the world it creates.
When a faun named Mune becomes the Guardian of the Moon, little did he had unprepared experience with the Moon and an accident that could put both the Moon and the Sun in danger, including a corrupt titan named Necross who wants the Sun for himself and placing the balance of night and day in great peril. The filmmakers have cited as an inspiration, and the influence from more artistically inclined cinema, and the art world in general, is obvious. Environmental quirks are well defined and apt to appear anywhere around the listening area, creating a healthy, all-around immersive world. You can also get an instant mobile notification with our iPhone- or Android app. The apps are synchronized with your account at Blu-ray.
The film draws some interesting parallels and makes some subtle comments on a number of topics, always tucked neatly behind the visuals and the story and, yes, the more crude maneuverings necessary to please the younger audiences that are very demanding of a film of this sort, but not for the same demands that adults or the filmmakers would necessary place on the film. . It's time for one make-believe world to choose new guardians to guide the paths of the sun and the moon. Otherwise, the characters don't stand apart as all that memorable. Otherwise, Universal's transfer is good-to-go.
Even as the film takes not necessarily cues but certainly inspiration from more avant-garde sources, Mune still manages to create an identity all its own, at least in certain areas. The presentation offers regular surround implementation. The low end engages with positive depth and delivers a stage-saturating power. She's a nice counterbalance to Mune, more in-tune with the way the planet's light-dark cycle works and, together, they form an agreeable team. Universal's Blu-ray does deliver good video, better audio, and a trio of supplements headlined by an in-depth making-of that's largely constructed of filmmaker interviews. Shone's selection goes as planned; the confident and egotistical guardian takes his rightful position, but Leeyoon is passed over in favor of a small, insignificant creature named Mune voiced by Joshua J. For more about Mune: Guardian of the Moon and the Mune: Guardian of the Moon Blu-ray release, see published by Martin Liebman on September 22, 2017 where this Blu-ray release scored 3.
They all fit into the core narrative and dramatic and emotional flow well enough, but with the movie's priorities largely split between its world design and function and the core animated action-adventure templates it follows, there's not a lot of room left to build a truly unforgettable roster. Colors don't leap off the screen with any striking or blinding intensity, but general saturation and depth are fine. Mune: Guardian of the Moon 2014 Mune: Guardian of the Moon Blu-ray delivers great video and superb audio in this fan-pleasing Blu-ray release When a faun named Mune becomes the Guardian of the Moon, little did he had unprepared experience with the Moon and an accident that could put both the Moon and the Sun in danger, including a corrupt titan named Necross who wants the Sun for himself and placing the balance of night and day in great peril. But close-ups of the moon, various creatures, and, for instance, some of the nicknacks within the nooks and crannies around Gilm's house are appropriately dense and detailed. Dialogue is, of course, the main driver, and it delivers natural clarity, firm center positioning, and priority over competing elements as action intensifies. The film constantly wrestles with that fine line between expressing itself through a more unique visual structure and story while still catering to the genre's basic needs that younger fans demand, i. There's a fine-tuned, perfect balance harmony between day and night that must be maintained at all costs.
The film starkly contrasts light and dark, day and night, and various themes centered thereon against a standard animated adventure film cadence populated by cute creatures in which an innocent mistake propels the story and an evil presence grows eager to pounce on the advantage formed out of the resultant chaos. The film should please, but not excite, any and all comers, regardless of expectation. On his first night on the job, Mune mishandles his duties, resulting in the sun being stolen when Shone must come to Mune's aid. Now with the help of a wax-child named Glim and the warrior, Sohone who also became the Sun Guardian, they go out on an exciting journey to get the Sun back and restore the Moon to their rightful place in the sky. You are watching the movie Mune: Guardian of the Moon When a faun named Mune becomes the Guardian of the Moon, little did he had unprepared experience with the Moon and an accident that could put both the Moon and the Sun in danger, including a corrupt titan named Necross who wants the Sun for himself and placing the balance of night and day in great peril.
Mune: Guardian of the Moon's 1080p transfer doesn't exactly light the format on fire, but it's a sturdy, capable image. On this world, the guardian of the sun regulates the seasons while the guardian of the moon regulates dreams. Jika ada masalah seperti link mati atau player tidak muncul silahkan lapor ke admin melalui kolom komentar. As a hero, Mune has that desirable innocence and charm working in his favor, that reluctance and emergence as an unlikely hero who essentially has to clean up his own mess, of course with the help of his friends and even, perhaps, those who initially take a more antagonistic view of his newfound position and inability to hold up his end of the bargain. Certainly much of what is seen or not seen is whatever the digital artists have or have not placed in the film, so smoother character textures, for example, probably don't have much more room to grow were there a greater resolution output option.
Action scenes are frequently engaging with all sorts of energized activity that, thanks to this track's capabilities, is always matched with equally intense sonic accompaniment. Now, the guardians must team together, along with a spunky astronomer named Glim voiced by Nicole Provost , to retrieve the sun, all the while Leeyoon plots his revenge to take his rightful place as guardian of the moon. It's an interesting concept, the construct one that's both traditional within the animated realm and nontraditional in its more thoughtful construction beyond the standard, but the question is whether younger viewers will find the value beyond the cuteness and colors and if adults will be able to look past its banal, genre-standard actions and appreciate what's happening in the background. In French with English subtitles. Mune's characters aren't necessarily memorable, not for who they are, the skills they bring to the table, or the role they play in the film's core ebbs and flows. The only eyesore of any note is sporadic but noticeable banding that appears along some skies.