Skin tones are natural looking and the plant and wild life are very realistic and alive. There is a ton of detail to be seen throughout this movie from the speckled look that embedded rocks lend to the pavement on the roads to the textures that cover nearly every surface. The black levels have a tremendous amount of depth to them and shadows are easily identifiable and well represented.
What’s Not So Good:
My only complaint to the video transfer is that it does make it easy to spot the CGI when it is used in the film. Most of the scenes involving the animals have a very fake look to them that was probably fine in standard definition.
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