Howard Hughes, the mysterious and eccentric billionaire who lived in recluse for many years
The anamorphically enhanced 1.85:1 DVD exhibits solid black levels and well-resolved details. Colors are vibrant and nicely balanced, helping create a natural-looking picture. Contrast is also well balanced, and the image appears to have a nice sense of depth most of the times, but there are times when the image can look soft. Moir
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