The orator sounds as if he is whispering and the background music drowns him out. I would love to have this fabulous DVD but I can only understand about one third of the verbal which is really sad. Please let me know when this gets resolved and I'll buy two DVDs. One for myself and one for my grandkids. Thank you for your time and consideration in this matter. An avid fan of the History channel. I hope this comment will encourage the History channel to consider making changes to the programming of shows such as this as I am sure it will help to bring the purchases of these DVDs higher than now. Very truly yours, Ron
National Geographic: Journey to the Edge of the Universe (2008) 1080p YIFY Movie
National Geographic: Journey to the Edge of the Universe (2008) 1080p
Journey to the Edge of the Universe is a TV movie starring Alec Baldwin and Sean Pertwee. A journey through space and time.
IMDB: 8.65 Likes
- Genre: Documentary |
- Quality: 1080p
- Size: 1.83G
- Resolution: / fps
- Language: German
- Run Time: 91
- IMDB Rating: 8.6/10
- MPR: Normal
- Peers/Seeds: 3 / 13
The Synopsis for National Geographic: Journey to the Edge of the Universe (2008) 1080p
A journey through space and time.
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The Reviews for National Geographic: Journey to the Edge of the Universe (2008) 1080p
spoken too softly with too loud background musicReviewed byclayton19361Vote: 3/10
...And finally I've come to the very first thing from my list of thousands of titles seen that's worth me spending time to write about.
Don't get me wrong, I've seen other wonderful documentaries, movies, serials etc., but here we have a documentary on a topic that fascinates me more than anything. So, while I apologies for my bias, I suspect it is bias which has played a major role on this title not receiving 10/10 all across the board. To me this documentary-movie is the greatest piece of art in television history because it visualises the absolute boundaries of the human knowledge. To take the viewer through a 'zoom-out style' journey is brilliant in its own right, but to achieve subtly highlighting just how small we are is another major plus. It's been 10 years (at the time of my review), I have watched it countless times, and the narration throughout has informed me loud and clear that we are probably just scratching the surface.
Dear NatGeo, please tell me more.
This was more drama and Fear based Programming (Propaganda) than it was a documentary of Science. You may like it, depending on your previous conditioning.