Based on the book by Peter Biskind, "Easy Riders, Raging Bulls: How The Sex-Drugs-And-Rock
The anamorphically enhanced 1.78:1 documentary picture looks really great. Combining interviews with filmmakers, behind-the-scenes archival footage, film clips, photographs, and creative transitions, the picture is comprised of various sources. The unique use of movie posters and graphics really add visual appeal to the subject. Most of the interviews are conducted before a jet-black background. Colors are nicely saturated and completely solid. This is one of the most visually appealing documentaries and it complements the subject matter very well. (Suzanne Hodges)
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Reason #7 Why Readers Love Widescreen Review:
Truth is, there is no other magazine, on-line or in print, that covers the substantive issues, controversies, and current topics of the A/V world with as much relevance and detail as WSR does without forcing the reader to filter out the bias of the reviewer. Some other notable sources of information are top-heavy with reviews suffering from too much coloration: the golden eyes or ears syndrome. I prefer the clinical analysis of WSR with a touch of humor thrown in, to make for better reading. Thanks for giving me the facts and helping me with my buying decisions.