Tom Cruise narrates the documentary short film Space Station, an IMAX production giving moviegoers a tour of the International Space Station while still in the early stage of assembly. Landing on 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray, the film boasts a beautiful HDR10 presentation and a highly satisfying DTS:X soundtrack, but a small set of supplements. Still, the UHD package is Recommended.
Mill Creek Entertainment brings the documentary to 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray as a two-disc combo pack with a Digital Copy code, which is only redeemable at movieSPREE.com. Inside a black, eco-elite case with a slipcover, the dual-layered UHD66 disc sits comfortably opposite a Region Free, BD25 disc containing only the 2D version of the movie. Sadly, the 3D Blu-ray disc is not included, which would have made a nice addition. At startup, the disc goes straight to a menu screen with full-motion clips, the usual options at the bottom and music.
Back when the International Space Station was still in the early stage of assembly, Tom Cruise took audiences through a guided tour of the massive joint endeavor in Space Station. The IMAX production was originally intended for 3D theaters, but even in 2D, the short documentary remains a visually mesmerizing watch celebrating an amazing achievement in engineering and space travel. The film lands on 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray with a beautiful-looking HDR10 presentation and a highly satisfying, IMAX Enhanced DTS:X soundtrack. With a small but nonetheless informative set of supplements, the overall UHD package is Recommended.
Physical copies of the documentary are available at Amazon, Walmart, Target and Best Buy, although prices and quantities may vary depending on the retailer. The triple-disc collection retails for $24.99 and up, and features nearly eight hours fully restored, archival footage with Dolby Atmos sound. 153554b96e