Warm, richly saturated colors permeate this anamorphically enhanced 2.35:1-framed DVD picture, with lots of gold hues that sometimes affect fleshtone accuracy. Images are generally sharp and detailed, with nicely rendered textures. Unfortunately, edge enhancement can be a major offense with this picture, causing an unnaturally edgy appearance. There is not much in the way of distracting pixelization. (Suzanne Hodges)
The 5.1-channel audio tends to be predominated by the dialogue. Fidelity is very good, and the soundstage is often conservative in nature, with the exception of the music. The dialogue sounds impressively natural in tonality and spatial integration. The music has a palpable low-end foundation and tends to really wrap around the listener, with prominent surround engagement. Characteristically gentle atmospheric effects provide for some sense of dimensional expansion. The DTS
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