THE LAST REEF REVIEWED

“The Last Reef” takes viewers from Palau to Vancouver Island to Mexico and even the Bahamas. For 44 minutes, we follow fish and dolphins through lush marine landscapes. While this is the kind of stuff that makes screensavers, there’s something so relaxing about the journey. While we’re supposed to be enjoying the nature narration, the documentary pull kept me focused. Due to the visual aesthetic, I’d recommend trying to pick it up in 4K. While the Atmos track is expansive, nothing compares to the deep blues in true 4K resolution.

SPECIAL FEATURES

  • Behind-the-Scenes videos
  • Photo Gallery
  • Trailers

A/V STATS

  • 1.78:1 1080p transfer
  • Dolby Atmos

RELEASE DATE: 9/13/16

 

  • 95%
    Video - 95%
  • 99%
    Audio - 99%
  • 90%
    Supplemental Material - 90%
  • 94%
    Film Score - 94%
95%

The Plot Thus Far

There are many cities. Some lie beneath the sea…

Fly across iridescent tropical reefs. Brush through a cloud of countless jellyfish. Visit an alien world where the closer you look, the more you see. We think of reefs as exotic, distant places with little connection to our everyday world. Yet each of them is a hot spot of biodiversity, as vital to life on earth as the rain forests. Just as the Amazon has its secrets, so too do the reefs.

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