Of course, there are up front ads, but entertaining bonus features include a nine-minute Behind The Trees featurette, Vine Surfing: an interactive game, seven deleted scenes with optional commentary, and a brief Jungle Bungles gag reel.
In "George Of The Jungle 2", George (Showerman, a Brendan Fraser look-alike) and his wife Ursula (Benz) are living the life of a happy couple in the jungle with their young son Junior (Jones). George
The anamorphically enhanced 1.78:1 DVD exhibits loud colors that will appeal to younger viewers, with bold, fully saturated hues; generally accurate fleshtones (that occasionally take on a predominant background color); and deep blacks. Following the brightly animated opening credits, the color scheme in this live action movie nicely follows suit. Images are generally sharp, but fine details and textures often appear smeared. Edge enhancement and frequent pixelization can both be problems with this title, with the picture often having a
The 5.1 soundtracks sound excellent, and are appropriately suited to the animated, lively nature of this movie. Fidelity is state-of-the-art, and both the narrative and dialogue sound compellingly natural, smooth, and comfortable to the ears. The music is a superb recording as well, with a panoramic characteristic across the screen channels and notable depth into the surrounds. Fans of deep bass will also appreciate this soundtrack for some generous doses of low-end energy with prominent LFE channel activity. There
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