Mean spirited, arrogant image consultant Russ Duritz ( Willis) needs someone to teach him a lesson in proper behavior. Little did he realize the lesson would come from himself
The anamorphically enhanced 1.85:1 DVD exhibits a pleasing picture in all aspects. Colors are rich and warm, with excellent balance, natural fleshtones and deep blacks. While colors are pleasing, hues seem a bit plugged-up. Images are sharp and detailed with pleasing contrast and shadow delineation. Edge enhancement is detected throughout, but is not always a glaring distraction. Minor pixelization is noticed and occasional fine details shimmer slightly. Overall, the picture is quite solid and should surely please. (Suzanne Hodges)
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