Eight boisterous and bright teenaged students from an oh-so-common English school have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to possibly enter the campuses of Oxford and Cambridge. But, according to their Headmaster (Clive Merrison), they are in need of extra tutoring, and this comes in the form of their acid-tongued history teacher, Mrs. Lintott (de la Tour), and their quote-spewing literature teacher, Hector (Griffiths). But they need more. Something fresh and edgy. And fresh-faced Irwin (Moore) is just the challenge they need. The History Boys is based on the Tony
The anamorphically enhanced 1.85:1 DVD often looks flat, lacking the dimensionality that the best releases possess. A hazy fog seems to cloud the image, shrouding detail in the blacks, and generally raising the black level into grays. Details are not resolved as well as on the best releases, and minor edge enhancement can be noticed throughout. (Danny Richelieu)
Reason #71 Why Readers Love Widescreen Review:
Before reading WSR I was an electronics nebbish. After reading WSR for more than a year, my friends and family consult me on purchasing TVs, sound systems, DVD players, and DVDs. I explain to them the differences between HDTV ready and capable, how to select a TV, DVD, and sound system and recommend that they become an expert like me by buying a copy of WSR. My life has new meaning!