Reminiscent of Silkwood, Erin Brockovich tells the true story of an unlikely crusader in the battle against corporate greed and the misuse of public trust. Out-of-work divorced mom Erin (Roberts) finagles a clerk
The anamorphically enhanced 1.85:1 DVD exhibits a picture that can be exquisitely sharp. Much of the picture is stylized with warm, golden overtones, but colors are otherwise nicely balanced. Contrast and shadow delineation are nicely rendered. There are minor instances of pixelization and enhanced edges, but nothing too distracting. A bit of shimmer is noticed in some scenes, but overall, the stylized picture will absolutely please.
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