The non-anamorphic 1.66:1 DVD exhibits subtle, yet noticeable differences in the vibrancy of color and smoothness of the picture, when compared to the previously issued non-anamorphic DVD. Colors are bold and vivid, with good balance, and deep blacks. Fleshtones are generally accurate, though a bit reddish at times. Images are generally sharp, with good detail, contrast, and shadow delineation. Still, there are instances in which fine details shimmer slightly, and some pixelization is detected. Occasional source element artifacts are noticed, and the appearance of film grain is limited.
Reason #22 Why Readers Love Widescreen Review:
I read Widescreen Review because it gives you the most recent reviews on AMPS, SPEAKERS, and DVDS, etc. Some of which are not available in the U.K at the time of publication. I enjoy your reviews of recently released DVDs. I am a keen fan of your magazine. Thanks for a great magazine.