Outrageous humor and disturbing drama intersect in this Woody Allen comedy. When ophthalmologist Judah Rosenthal (Landau in an Oscar
The anamorphically enhanced 1.85:1 DVD exhibits improvements in terms of sharpness, definition and clarity over the non-anamorphic DVD. Viewed alone, the picture exhibits generally soft images, but detail and definition are nicely rendered. The overall color scheme is warm with slightly reddish overtones that affect whites and fleshtones. With that in mind, colors are generally well balanced. Edge enhancement is evident at times. There is a bit of pixelization detected, but overall, the picture is quite solid and smooth. (Suzanne Hodges)
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