Billy Hoyle (Harrelson) is a chump. At least that
Compared to the LaserDisc reviewed in Issue 2, the anamorphically enhanced 1.85:1 DVD exhibits undoubted improvements in sharpness, clarity and contrast. Images are sharp and detailed, with good contrast and shadow delineation. Colors are bold with full saturation, fleshtones are balanced and blacks are deep and solid. Images are sharp, with fine detail, though some scenes are a bit soft. Edge enhancement and pixelization are evident. Overall this is a generally pleasing picture, but a little
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