Reintentá luego de habilitarlo para 3DGames.
Bueno acabo de terminar de verla, y pensé en recomendarla a todo aquel al que le gusten los aviones, la acción, escenas que te ponen los pelos de punta, una morocha linda, etc
La peli se llama "Les Chevaliers du ciel" (Es Francesa : p ).
Mensaje original enviado por imdb
While in an international fair of exhibition of airplanes, a French Mirage 2000 of the last generation vanishes and pilots Antoine "Walk'n" Marchelli and Sebastian "Fahrenheit" Vallois are assigned to locate the plane that is flying in a hiding position...
Cómo la encontré? La verdad que nunca había escuchado hablar ni siquiera nombrarla. En internet no hay muchos reviews, y los pocos que hay no le dan un buen puntaje.
En el único lugar que la vi es en TL, y se llama "Sky Fighters 2005 720p BluRay DTS".
Pesa 4.41GB y NO tiene subtítulos en español.
Acá les dejo el link de imdb, tiene apenas 5.3 de puntaje y 1200 votos.
Pero bueno, dije que carajo me importa quiero ver una peli de acción que me entretenga y le saque el jugo a un buen monitor y un home theater.
Si se quieren convencer, miren los comentarios No lean demasiado porque se pueden comer algunos spoilers, pero con ver los títulos alcanza.
Insisto, para todos los que tienen una buena pantalla y unos buenos parlantes BAJENLA, las escenas de los aviones son todas increíbles.
Algunos datos interesantes.
Mensaje original enviado por imdb
The flight sequences from the film were all filmed with actual planes and aerial photography, without the use of CGI (Por si no saben CGI se refiere a imagenes generadas por computadora) In order to capture the high-speed maneuvers, a specially-designed camera was attached to a Mirage 2000 aircraft which then tailed the 'star planes' as they flew, for only another Mirage 2000 could actually fly at speeds that matched the planes being filmed. .The traditional film camera, which was specially constructed with lenses facing forward, backward, to the side, and downward, was installed inside an empty fuel pod and built by Dassault, the aircraft consortium which constructed the Mirage 2000. Using a digital HD camera had been considered early on, but because of its size, it was simply too large to be squeezed into the tank. Because of space requirements, the pod camera could only hold 4 minutes of film, which had to be specially shielded from the elements and sealed in an airtight compartment to prevent the pressure and temperature differences at altitude from damaging it. In addition, the camera could not be controlled by hand, as it was located within the tank, nor could it be controlled electronically by wire, as the tank had to be easily detachable from the plane so it could be swapped from one Mirage 2000 to another on refueling to prevent the daily shooting schedule from falling behind. Thus, a special radio control system was devised, so that the pilot of the Mirage 2000 could activate the camera at will. However, this too had many problems to work out, as the radio frequency could not interfere with the regular operations of the aircraft, nor could it possibly jam air-to-ground communications. Finally, however, a proper system was devised to allow the camera to be activated remotely. For tracking shots where using the Mirage 2000 camera was not practical, a Lear jet was flown in from Southern California in the United States, and used for about a week at great expense. Due to all these concerns and complications, director Gérard Pirès and his aerial-photography team had to carefully plan each shot with storyboards, something the director normally does not do. However, he said in a question and answer session after the film's screening on at the City of Lights - City of Angels Los Angeles Film Festival on April 7th, 2006 that the time limitations on the film actually did not hinder production, as they required thought and economy towards the shots being attempted, and also as the Mirage 2000 plane itself had to refuel every 45 minutes. The director took great pride in the fact that he was able to use this camera to capture the incredible look and feeling of flight, without resorting to using the computer to manipulate his images.
Working in cooperation with the French Air Force, director Gérard Pirès was able to get some of France's top gun pilots to do the aeronautic dogfights that were used in the film. Initially at the start of the shoot, the Air Force had some particular rules regarding the minimum distances the aircraft could be together or be above the ground, but by the end of principle photography, the daring pilots got permission to bend the normal safety rules, thus allowing them to do maneuvers normally never seen (or possible) outside of actual combat. By the final days of filming, the initial minimum distance the pilots could fly above the ground (500 feet) had dropped to a tiny 10 feet, and the distance between the planes in the air (a varying range, usually of several hundred feet) had been reduced to a minuscule 3 feet, thus allowing some amazing shots that could otherwise never have been pulled off.
Because of the strict rules prohibiting jet aircraft (and in particular, fighter jets) from flying over Paris airspace, director Gérard Pirès got permission to shoot the film's climactic final sequences over Paris on only a single day, Bastille Day (July 14th), with an additional rehearsal day on July 12th. Because of bad weather, the July 12th rehearsal had to be canceled, thus forcing the crew to rehearse and film everything over a critical few hours on the 14th. Although all of the most important shots were achieved on the 14th, a small propeller plane was brought in for some additional footage of the ground later on, and the film was sped up by 4 times to match that shot by the Mirage 2000 camera perfectly. In addition, all of the footage shot from the ground of the planes during the final sequences was filmed on Bastille Day, the only time in the entire year that the French government proudly displays its military forces in the capital. The military parade shown in the film is the largest in France held on Bastille Day, and it is held on the Avenue Champs-Élysées, near the Arc de Triomphe.
“El secreto de aburrir a la gente consiste en decirlo todo.”
Un poco más de tu experiencia me parece que hace falta.
Pienso, luego opino.
Yo le doy entre un 6 y un 7.
Como crítico me muero de hambre
Es una pelicula de acción aceptable, los actores están "bien", los diálogos creo que también, al verla en inglés con subtítulos en ingles no me es fácil decirles, tiene algún que otro comentario al pedo pero bueno
La cámara puesta en el mirage quedo excelente, es como esas persecuciones policiales de hollywood pero en el aire (??)
Ahora que pasó el tiempo, no me dejo un sorete, pero sigo pensando en algunas escenas muy grosas , pero creo que es algo personal, depende si te gusten los aviones o no, si verlos te produce algo, sentirlos, el sonido, la velocidad, la adrenalina, etc. En mi caso me ponen los pelos de punta.
en resumen: basura de hollywood en un avion?
Y... basura no sé, pero de Joliwud no es.
yo la vi ,tambien la encontre en tl,a mi me gusto mucho pero por que soy un loquito de los aviones.tiene alguna escena sobre los alpes muy buena.el argumento es medio medio y encima la vi en frances con subs en ingles asi que tampoco entendi mucho pero bueno,si les gustan los aviones se las recomiendo
uh yo vi un video de todas compilaciones con imagenes d elos aviones en vuelo, y dicen q son las mejores imagenes de aviones capatadas en vuelo del mundo..... y realmente lo creo, la verdad q es especatular, a ver si lo encuentro...