Dear Myra (Goranson): I know you really like Reggie (Eigenberg) and that you seem really happy when you're with him. But I'm your brother, and I want you here paying attention to me because I'm a needy spoiled brat. "Love, Ludlow" (Sexton III). Based on the play "Fingerpainting In A Murphy Bed" written by David L. Paterson. (Tricia Spears)
The anamorphically enhanced 1.78:1 DVD picture exhibits a satisfying color palette, with generally natural fleshtones and rich hues. Sharpness is satisfying, but finer details can be lacking. Horrible edge enhancement plagues the picture, with seriously offensive halos surrounding objects. The source element is revealing of film grain and flecks of dirt. Pixelization creates a
With its wide stereo spread, the Dolby
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