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Hubble 3D (2010)

An IMAX 3D camera chronicles the effort of 7 astronauts aboard the Space Shuttle Atlantis to repair the Hubble Space Telescope.

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  • Genre: Documentary |
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 543.61M
  • Resolution: 1280x720 / 23.976 (23976/1000) FPSfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 44
  • IMDB Rating: 7.8/10 
  • MPR: Normal
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The Synopsis for Hubble 3D (2010) 720p

An IMAX 3D camera chronicles the effort of 7 astronauts aboard the Space Shuttle Atlantis to repair the Hubble Space Telescope.


The Director and Players for Hubble 3D (2010) 720p

[Director]Toni Myers
[Role:]Leonardo DiCaprio
[Role:]Andrew J. Feustel
[Role:]Scott D. Altman


The Reviews for Hubble 3D (2010) 720p


3D DeliciousReviewed bym2dadVote: 8/10

Most of the 3D movies coming out these days are simply exploits by the film companies to cash in on the present 3D craze. This is NOT one of those films. 3D is everything in this presentation. If you are not able to see it in IMAX 3D I wouldn't bother. The movie is fascinating when it comes to explaining the difficulties in having to repair and upgrade a technological marvel. But,in 3D you are put seemingly inches away from an astronaut who is prepped for the coming mission, and right there as astronauts try to install new equipment into tight-fitting spots on the telescope. But, to me, the real worth of this film is seeing the expanse of the universe in 3D and seeing the incredible beauty of what is out there. You cannot possibly experience this without the 3D. As the telescope zooms through galaxies we see stars fly into the audience and past us as we reach deeper into space. I guarantee that most, after having seen this wonderful film in 3D will admit that they previously had no real concept of the vastness of space, and the endless billions of galactic bodies. Only the 3D experience makes it possible to wrap our brains around at least a small degree of understanding of how big our universe is, and the infinite galaxies which seem exist, let alone the billions and billions of stars(to quote the late Carl Sagen). I rate this 8 out of 10, subtracting 2 stars (no pun intended) because the film left me craving for more scientific explanation about the amazing details of the spacial orbs and expanses we see visually.

Reviewed byDICK STEELVote: 8/10/10

The latest attraction at the Science Centre Omni Theatre, Hubble ispresented sans the 3D version since the venue can only project 2D IMAXfilms. A friend who attended the special preview at Shaw Lido IMAX hadmentioned that Hubble 3D was one of the trailers shown as an up andcoming feature, but I remain a skeptic because I can't imagine acommercial cinema operator wanting to showcase a 40 minute documentary,when it probably can make a lot more showing the latest blockbusters inthe format. I will be glad to stand corrected, but it remains to beseen.

The Hubble Space Telescope was launched into orbit some 21 years ago tomuch fanfare, and even more fuss made over it when it was discovered ithad myopia (OK, in case you really think I meant that, it had faultymirrors). So more space programmes were launched to have its telescopicsight fixed through the application of contact lens equivalents, andsince then we've been treated to some of the most astounding picturescaptured of our galaxy and beyond. This film chronicles the finalservicing mission undertaken by the crew of Space Shuttle Atlantis inMay 2009, and in fact is quite lightweight in treatment and narrative.

There isn't much of a background on what and how Hubble was designedand conceived - you're left to your own devices to get chummy with thetelescope. The bulk of the documentary focuses on the crew of theAtlantis and their mission at hand, from ground training at NASA, tothe blast off from the launchpad, with quick glimpses of their lifeaboard the shuttle, before a rather detailed look at their space walkand repair at hand, with the narration, by Leonardo DiCaprio, focusedon the danger of having their suits ripped by sharp, pointy objects aspart of their work.

The other focus of Hubble the film is on the images captured by it,which gives space and astronomy idiots like myself a quick and slightintroduction to stars, systems, nebulas and the peek inside thoseastonishing vastness of space invisible to the naked eye. Withinfra-red lenses too we get to see past space clouds that mask hiddengems beneath, and truly that's something that made this documentarystand out a little.

Still, I would have preferred if it had a more holistic approach toHubble, but for what it is, presented on an IMAX format, it's stillquite something to behold. Recommended!

Reviewed byDaniil PetrovVote: 9/10/10

I had the lucky opportunity to see it in Paris in an IMAX sphere in 3Dand just the name attracted me. I have always been a fan of space andmy friends got attracted too. Even though it was in French, I justenjoyed watching the whole thing. You were instantly thrown into spaceright next to an astronaut reinnovating technology years old inweightlessness. The quality and aspects were perfect, even someknowledge and humor was mixed in. Apart from the mission, you can enjoysome stunning views of deep space. In IMAX, you will literally sinkinto your chair. This movie was so good I went to it twice and would go3 more times if it still screened. I recommend this movie to all whohave a big screen or 3D.

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