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After the Democratic presidential candidate and his running mate are suddenly killed in an accident, Mays Gilliam (Rock) considers running for Head Of State. With his bail bondsman brother Mitch (Mac) running alongside him, Mays campaigns against Republican candidate, Vice President Brian Lewis (Searcy). But as Gilliam starts to gain in popularity, Mr. Lewis will stop at nothing to make sure that Mays doesn
The anamorphically enhanced 1.85:1 DVD is bright and colorful, with naturally balanced fleshtones and solid blacks. Images are nicely detailed, with crisp textures and definition. Contrast and shadow delineation are excellent. The picture is quite clean, with little in the way of smearing. There is a hint of edge enhancement noticed at times and, on occasion, minor detail breakup from pixelization is noticed. (Suzanne Hodges)
The 5.1 soundtracks, as might be expected, feature the music as the predominant spatial element. Otherwise, the dialogue is where much of the audio is focused. Overall fidelity is very good, and voices, though slightly forward in the mix, have been nicely recorded. There
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