A crazed and vindictive extortionist (Hopper) rigs a city bus to blow if its
This new anamorphically enhanced 2.35:1 DVD exhibits a picture that is a vast improvement over the previously released DVD (Issue 30). None of the annoying aliasing problems are apparent on this version. Colors are rich and nicely balanced, with accurate fleshtones, and deep blacks. However, loss of fine details suggests excessive use of noise reduction. Edge enhancement can be bothersome, but pixelization is limited. Occasional dirt inherent in the source element is noticed. It should be noted that this version is truly the better of the two, though by today
The 5.1-channel audio has been repurposed, by virtue of the fact that there is some .1 LFE content, whereas the original Oscar
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