Divorcee and workaholic Griffin (Mulroney) is told that he has cancerous lesions in his chest and has less than two years to live. He doesn
The anamorphically enhanced 1.78:1 DVD shows deep blacks and bold, vibrant colors, but fleshtones can look slightly plugged-up at times. Resolution is generally very good, but some scenes can look overly soft and smeared. Luckily these scenes are the minority and it isn
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