The anamorphically enhanced 2.35:1 DVD picture is quite impressive, especially the color palette. Colors are rich and vibrant, with accurate fleshtones, bold hues and deep blacks. The blues and reds of the school uniforms are especially eye-popping and solid. Images are sharp and detailed, with good depth and clarity. There are few instances in which anything in the picture is distracting, but there is some minor pixelization, and occasional edge enhancement. (Suzanne Hodges)
I have read Widescreen Review for years because it has been the only magazine available to me that describes the benefits and options available to anyone interested in widescreen movie viewing. I have learned a lot about movies and their display options (including sound) from reading this magazine.