Filmed on location at the Georgia State Prison, The Longest Yard begins like no comedy I
The anamorphically enhanced 1.78:1 DVD exhibits a dated picture that is mediocre at best. Contrast seems slightly low, and shadow delineation is wanting in definition and visual information in the darker scenes. The dated colors are fairly well balanced, with fleshtones appearing a bit rich at times, and deeper hues lose definition. Images are generally sharp, but fine details occasionally shimmer. Minor edge enhancement is noticed, but is relatively infrequent Source element artifacts and film grain are detected. (Suzanne Hodges)
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