Includes the same extras found on the LaserDisc including audio commentary by cast and crew, 10 deleted scenes plus outtakes, cast and crew video introductions, a terrific booklet that includes a character guide to
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The Criterion Collection
Rated R for strong graphicsex-related dialogue, language, sexuality and drug content.
The third installment in Kevin Smith
The anamorphically enhanced 1.78:1 DVD exhibits a sharp and detailed picture that is far superior to the LaserDisc reviewed in Issue 27. The film was shot in Super 16mm, so film grain is apparent throughout. Unfortunately, the unavoidable grain seems excessive on the DVD, as opposed to the LaserDisc, due to the higher resolution. Colors are rich and vibrant, with nice balance and deep blacks. The darker scenes seem a bit too dark and wanting in shadow delineation, though contrast is improved over the LaserDisc. Edge enhancement is occasionally noticed, and artifacts are apparent throughout.
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