Special features are spread on both the widescreen and the full screen sides. If for some unearthly reason you want more "From Justin To Kelly," an extended version is offered (which includes two new songs
Going for the prize of the quickest release from theatre to DVD, "From Justin To Kelly" is a no brainer featuring America
The anamorphically enhanced 1.85:1 DVD exhibits a colorful picture that is richly saturated, with accurate fleshtones, bright hues, and deep blacks. Contrast and shadow delineation are excellent, with natural sunkissed beaches and neon-lit night scenes. Images are generally sharp and detailed, though some scenes appear a bit fuzzy. Some smearing of finer details is also noticed. Edge enhancement and pixelization are limited for a picture that is generally pleasing throughout. (Suzanne Hodges)Also includes a modified 1.33:1 (4:3) version on the flip side (not reviewed).
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I like the movie reviews, and I like the equipment tests. I enjoy the interviews with manufacturers. I also feel that you are a good source for what is coming out next, trends etc. I think you dig a little deeper in your tests of equipment. Sometimes I have to read between the lines, and I know why you don't slam some company's gear. You have more interesting reading.