A puzzling and deadly phenomenon has gripped urban areas of the United States, causing victims to become disoriented, freeze in mid motion, and then take their own lives. When Philadelphia Science Teacher Elliot Moore (Wahlberg) learns what
With nicely resolved fine details, the anamorphically enhanced 1.82:1 DVD can look quite sharp. Combined with the clean encoding, with relatively few compression artifacts noticeable, it can be an enjoyable picture. Black levels are slightly elevated, though, which is a distraction at times, but shadows are delineated well. Colors are desaturated some, and bright, bold hues are rare. Fleshtones appear natural with good distinction between various shades, but contrast is low. Edge enhancement is noticeable, but not overly distracting. (Danny Richelieu)
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