Star Trek V: The Final Frontier finds Captain Kirk
Viewed in component video and compared to the previously released, but not reviewed, LaserDisc, the non-anamorphic 2.35:1 DVD exhibits more refined color balance, with more accurately rendered fleshtones. Sharpness and clarity are improved, for images that are generally detailed throughout. Shadow delineation is nicely rendered with deeper black levels. There are minor aliasing problems and artifacts apparent, but overall the DVD is quite pleasing.
This remastered Dolby
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