Holly Kennedy (Swank) is smart, beautiful, and married to the love of her life
The anamorphically enhanced 1.78:1 DVD appears somewhat soft, with poor resolution compared to other new DVD releases. Shadows are nicely defined, though, and black levels are fairly deep. Fleshtones appear unnaturally pink, and contrast is too low. Colors are saturated fairly well, though. Source element artifacts are not recognizable, and compression artifacts are rare. Edge enhancement is noticeable, but is not much of a distraction. (Danny Richelieu)
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As an owner of Whole House Audio & Video Inc. (WHAV), I need to stay informed on the latest DVD and DVHS releases and keep an objective opinion on how well they perform. Of all the magazines and periodicals we receive, I constantly find myself reading WIDESCREEN REVIEW over all the others combined. The articles are well-written, thought-out, and accurate. I also find the Editors Couch and the equipment reviews very useful and informative. Thanks for producing a quality magazine without all the BS you find in most other publications.