In Catch And Release, Gray (Garner) should have been marrying the man of her dreams but instead finds herself burying him. Alone and needing a place to live, she moves in with her former fianc
The anamorphically enhanced 2.32:1 DVD generally looks soft and relatively poorly defined. Colors often bleed, giving off a halo-like effect that can be a distraction. The color scheme is uncharacteristically limited for a film of this genre. Black levels are deep, but shadow delineation is lacking. The picture can occasionally have a digital, hard look, and edge enhancement is noticeable throughout. The H.264 AVC-encoded Blu-ray Disc looks much better, with better resolution
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