Written, produced and directed by Spike Lee, Do The Right Thing is a controversial, yet highly regarded film that offers a look at life in the racially mixed urban neighborhood of Bedford-Stuyvesant in Brooklyn, New York where discord is building among the diverse racial groups who live and work there. The story takes place in and around Sal
The anamorphically enhanced 1.78:1 DVD, compared to the LaserDisc reviewed in Issue 17 and the non-anamorphic DVD reviewed in Issue 29, exhibits improvements in clarity, definition, and color saturation. The vibrant, stylized color fidelity is rendered with reddish overtones that affect fleshtones, blacks, and whites. Hues are solid, with no distracting smearing or chroma noise. Images are sharp and detailed, with nicely rendered definition throughout. Some scenes are slightly soft and hazy. Edge enhancement is detected from time to time, but apparent pixelization is minimal. Overall, the picture should surely please especially those who have seen the LaserDisc. This version is undoubtedly preferred over the previous DVD (though at the time of it
This DVD features both uncompressed PCM and Dolby
I read Widescreen Review because I like dealing with home theatre. I like watching movies the way they are intended to be seen by the Director at the most optimum grade. I am a student at NJIT studying for Electrical Engineering, and hopefully, I will be working in this fascinating world of audio/video.