This DVD has plenty of upgrades! Beginning with two audio commentary tracks: director Chris Wedge joins production designer/producer William Joyce on the first; while the second features seven of Blue Sky Studios
A riveting story of determination, Robots tells the tale of a young robot who takes a stand against upgrades. Rivet Town native Rodney Copperbottom (McGregor) is an inventor who heads to Robot City to meet his hero, Bigweld (Brooks). But he is faced with a corrupt corporation that wants to rid the world of repairable
The anamorphically enhanced 1.85:1 DVD picture looks fantastic and is a surefire pleaser for the whole family. You will go nuts over the vibrant color scheme that pops from the screen. The picture is sharp and nicely detailed, with a fantastic sense of dimension. On occasion, picky viewers may notice a slight smeared or blurred effect at times, but the look does not screw up the visual experience. (Suzanne Hodges)
I'm a fairly avid home theatre enthusiast and like to keep up on all of the most recent development and progress relating to A/V equipment and digital media. Of all of the publications related to this topic, WSR is the most complete, most thorough, and has become the champion of enthusiasts, such as myself, in fighting for the best possible presentation of audio and video in consumer electronics and broadcast media. In addition to the very informative columns, I am very appreciative of WSR's equipment reviews and its commitment to providing a relatively honest opinion of each product. It's refreshing to see a review that does not conclude with: If you like red LED displays, don't mind just slightly bright and forward sounding gear, and absolutely have to have to have your equipment in a gold-tone color, you should go to your nearest XYZ dealer and give an audition. Itís reviews like this that leave me mystified as to why people even bother reading these other publications. I hope that WSR continues its excellent work.