Also available in a 1.33:1 (4:3) full screen edition.
Darrin Hill (Gooding, Jr.) has lost his job, but he just inherited $150,000 from his dear old Aunt Sally. When he arrives in Monte Carlo, Georgia, to attend the funeral and collect his inheritance, Darrin learns that Sally
The anamorphically enhanced 2.35:1-framed DVD picture is bright and colorful, with the royal blue choir robes in the beginning of the movie presented with a vivid saturation. Fleshtones are nicely balanced and blacks are deep and solid. The picture is crisp and sharp, though some scenes are slightly soft or appear somewhat smeared. Edge enhancement is often noticed, especially in the higher contrasted shots, and some pixelization is apparent. (Suzanne Hodges)
From the sounds of the Gospel singer and choir at the start of the Dolby
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