San Andreas Movie Blu-ray with Dolby Atmos #DolbyAtmos

Earlier this year Warner Bros. released San Andreas as their first movie in Dolby Cinema using the combo Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos surround sound technology.

San Andreas Movie Blu-ray with Dolby Atmos

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If you've seen Warner Bros. San Andreas in theaters then you know that all that Dolby technology helped you feel all the earthquake actions and effects. Now get ready to enjoy San Andreas, the fast-paced action thriller that had audiences on the edge of their seats in theatres, at home since it's now available on Blu-ray with Dolby Atmos.

San Andreas Movie Blu-ray with Dolby Atmos

The movie follows a search and rescue helicopter pilot (Dwayne Johnson) and his estranged wife (Carla Gugino) who have to make a dangerous journey across California to rescue their daughter (Alexandra Daddario) after the San Andreas fault finally gives.


Viewers can get a sense of how Dolby Atmos really improves the viewing experience early on; the movie's first major earthquake sequence takes place at the Hoover Dam, where a quake rocks a previously undetected fault line and brings down the massive dam as tourists flee to escape.

This scene boasts thudding bass in the form of cracking concrete and crashing waves. Dolby Atmos height channels are most active in the dam's tunnel, while driving electric guitars really wake up front right and left.

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53 comments:

  1. The most important would be my family of course and my dog. I would do anything to save them.

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  2. I would make sure my family was safe but I would save my dogs for sure. They are important part of our family.

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  3. I would try to save the members of my family. Things can be replaced, people can't be.

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  4. I would save my family and my dogs!
    vikki.billings@yahoo.com

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  5. I would save my family and pets.

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  6. I would save my family and pets.
    heather hgtempaddy@hotmail.com

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  7. I would save my family, and our pet!

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  8. My family for sure. Patricia

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  9. I would save my family if I was in a natural disaster. Thanks for the giveaway. I hope that I win. Bernie W BWallace1980(at)hotmail(d0t)com

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  10. I would save my family nothing else really matters. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

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  11. In this life everything can be replaced except your loved ones. I can't think of anything else that I would take.

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  12. I would try and save my dog
    amy williams
    sethandtjay at yahoo dot com

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  13. My family would come first obviously, but since you can't pick that I'd go with the full diaper bag for my daughter with a stuffed Minnie doll so she wouldn't go without.
    mcfallsk8er[at]aim[dot]com

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  14. After my family, I would grab family photos, my phone and laptop!

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  15. My phone and hard-to-replace documents and family photos and mementos. Good question.

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  16. I would save our cats. That would be the main thing.

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  17. My dog and cat but they are a part of the family so probably family photos.

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  18. I would save family photos and important documents.

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  19. I would save my pictures and my kids baby books

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  20. I would save my pets then if there was time, I would grab my keepsakes (photos, etc.).

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  21. Aside from my family, I would save my cat, & our family photos & keepsakes!

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  22. I would save my cat's and cry over my books!

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  23. I would grab our fire box that has all of our important papers, numbers, insurance polices and the like in it would be better to start with something then nothing

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  24. I would save my family first and foremost but then I would save my dog and pictures of my family and important papers that I have in a fireproof safe.

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  25. My family, my pets and important documents.

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  26. Besides my family, and dog I would save family photos if I could.

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  27. I would have to say after my family and pets my Bible, and photos!

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  28. My dogs although they are part of my family and then pictures so we still have those memories.

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  29. Of course, my family and my dog. In addition to those, pictures and my belated toddler's blanket that I sleep with every night.

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  30. as selfish as this sounds laptop

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  31. As long as I have my daughter I honestly don't care what else I would save...but i would grab some pictures.

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  32. Outside of family, I'd say my furbabies and my external hard drive.. it has everything saved on it

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  33. In addition to saving my family and our cat, I'd save the external hard drive because all our photos are on it.

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  34. I have a 'records' file in my drawer that has all our important papers (birth certificates, passports, marriage license, etc) so I'd grab that. And our dog of course (but I consider him family). And I'd grab an old radio and batteries.

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  35. I'd try to save each of my boys' favorite stuffed animals. In a crisis, they need comfort.

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  36. I would have to say I would save the animals, and maybe some of the family pics and albums. The email that I check most often is fossil316@aol.com

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  37. I would save my laptop because it have everything on it and my 4 cats. They are my babies.

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  38. I would probably save some pictures.

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  39. My fur babies and our photo albums.

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