Father Of The Bride is the hilarious updated version of Vincente Minnelli
While the LaserDisc reviewed in Issue 2 was excessively noisy with video artifacts, the 1.82:1 non-anamorphic DVD is more solid, with improved clarity. Due to its lack of distracting noise, images are also sharper. Color fidelity is generally natural, with accurate fleshtones, warm colors and deep, undefined blacks, while the LaserDisc looks smeared and undefined. Contrast and shadow delineation are nicely rendered for a picture that is quite pleasing throughout, especially for those who have seen the LaserDisc.
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