Bored with his life and being unable to sleep Ed Okin (Goldblum) leaves his bed, gets in his car, and heads Into The Night...ending up at the airport. Suddenly life isn
The anamorphically enhanced 1.85:1 DVD exhibits slightly dated fidelity. The picture is generally sharp and detailed, but contrast can seem a bit low. Colors can be nicely saturated at times, though fleshtones tend to appear a bit brownish. However, there are some hues that pop from the screen and blacks are deep and solid. There are a few minor flecks of dirt noticed in the source element. Pixelization can create a bit of a
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