Brilliant brain surgeon Banzai (Weller) just made scientific history. He
The anamorphically enhanced 2.35:1 DVD (available in widescreen for the first time) picture looks slightly dated at times, but colors are otherwise rich and well balanced. Images are generally sharp, but some smearing is noticed in the finer details. The bothersome edge enhancement is not the only problem with the picture. There is some moir
The soundtrack is remastered Dolby
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