Simba, Rafiki, Pumbaa and more return as the circle of life continues in The Lion King II: Simba
The THX-digitally mastered and anamorphically enhanced DVD (windowboxed and pillarboxed at 1.66:1) exhibits a beautifully animated picture with rich and vibrant colors. Compared to the previously released, non-anamorphic edition, the picture appears cleaner and more solid. However, as was the case with the previous DVD, there is an enhanced effect around the edges that is quite distracting. Still, the picture will surely please its young audience, due to its solid appearance and vivid colors. (Suzanne Hodges)
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