Love is in the air in the suburbs of Portland, Oregon, and everyone in its path is affected. At least that
The anamorphically enhanced 2.39:1 DVD can look fairly good, especially in outdoor scenes, but indoors fleshtones can look plugged up and blotchy. Greens are often overly bright and unnaturally hued. Black levels are fairly milky, and shadow delineation isn
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