If the idea of between-gigs puppeteer Craig Schwartz (Cusack) with a pet-obsessed wife (Diaz) taking a job with company on the seven-and-a-halfth floor with a loopy comprehension-challenged
Viewed in a completely blackened room, the anamorphically enhanced 1.85:1 DVD exhibits excellent image quality. The picture is stylized, often with cold blue and green hues, but with nicely balanced colors. Fleshtones are nicely rendered. Contrast and shadow delineation are pleasing, with a good gradation of visual information between darkness and picture black. Images are sharp with fine details for a picture that is solid with good clarity. There are no distractions for an intriguing picture that is beautifully rendered.
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