The anamorphically enhanced DVD, framed in a windowboxed 1.66:1 ratio, exhibits a picture that should be fairly pleasing for its young audience. However, for scrutinizing eyes, the picture appears to be sourced from a dirty element. There are lots of minor artifacts, scratches, and dirt noticed, as well as an overly perceivable amount of grain. Still colors are nicely rendered, with rich hues and deep blacks. Pixelization and shimmering details are noticed for a picture that is otherwise generally unimpressive. (Suzanne Hodges)
Reason #17 Why Readers Love Widescreen Review:
I read this bad-ass magazine for its tight reference systems and for helping me set up my Monster HTPS 7000 Home Theatre Power Source. It also helps me set up my Hitachi Ultra Vision LCD TV. I also read it for the DVD reviews, along with the DVD drop dates. I also read it so I can daydream about actually owning something in this magazine, including that Monster HTPS 7000. I have a Bose system, but I'm ready to step it up.