No trouble here.... Big Trouble In Little China will satisfy even the most ardent fan (me!) of this funny and action-packed adventure. Watch the movie again and again and then have a blast listening to audio commentary with director John Carpenter and star Kurt Russell laugh, joke, and tell terrific inside stories about the film. Now, insert the second of two the discs, which, by the way, both have terrific graphics, are easy to maneuver, and move as fast as Jack Burton
Big Trouble In Little China is a super-charged action fantasy flavored with an abundant dose of comedy, romance, and horror. Set in the bowels of San Francisco
The anamorphically enhanced 2.35:1 DVD should be quite satisfying, with images that are nicely detailed, though sharpness varies. Colors are rich, with generally well-balanced fleshtones, and deep blacks. Unfortunately, edge enhancement can be quite distracting, giving the picture a hard-edged appearance. Fine details shimmer at times and pixelization is also noticed. Artifacts and film grain are occasionally revealed. (Suzanne Hodges)
The 4.1-channel soundtracks are amply engaging and energetic, but there is a peculiarity with the dialogue, which isn
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