Nine individual lives spin out of control as their fates become increasingly entwined in a vicious cycle of addiction and gambling. Even Money tragically details the darker side of gambling and addiction. (Stacey Pendry)
With somewhat milky black levels, the anamorphically enhanced 1.78:1 DVD looks flat and dimensionless in the darker scenes. Shadow delineation is good, though, with details in the darker scenes easy to see. Colors and contrast are well balanced, but day scenes can have a greenish hue that can make fleshtones look somewhat sickly. Resolution is good, leading to sharp fine details, but edge enhancement and some pixel breakup can be noticed at times. (Danny Richelieu)
Reason #103 Why Readers Love Widescreen Review:
It sat on the nightstand while my husband was deployed. It was “his” magazine. I had my own cooking, home decorating type magazines to peruse. However, one night I reached for Widescreen Review. It was love at first read. I learned so much about new technology and products. I enjoyed the articles and appreciated the reviews. My husband returned home from his military commitment in early July. We now share the magazine, and sometimes we even fight over it.