Side One includes the movie and a few special features: an audio introduction from director Michael Moore, and a dumb audio commentary track by receptionists, production assistants, and interns. Side Two is a supplement-rich menu that starts with Michael Moore
Michael Moore ("Roger And Me") hits the streets of the good ol
As is the case with many documentaries, the picture on this anamorphically enhanced 1.85:1 DVD is sourced from various elements. Image quality for interviews can be generally satisfying with regards to sharpness and color fidelity. Yet, other scenes, depending on the source, can appear washed out. The picture can be riddled with noise and artifacts. Aliasing problems are occasionally noticed. News footage and dramatizations also create variable appearances. Still, the message of this documentary is accomplished, regardless of what some home theatre enthusiasts might think of the image quality. (Suzanne Hodges)
Reason #66 Why Readers Love Widescreen Review:
I sell electronics, and I need to know what's new and more importantly what's the best that my customers can buy and why. Product reviews are always informative, and I am better able to stay on top of the market.