It can be a dangerous undertaking...trying to rekindle the past. The best way to handle past loves and situations is No Looking Back. Claudia (Holly) is faced with just this problem: what to do when Charlie (Burns), the love of your life who left you stuck in this boring town suddenly turns back up. She
The anamorphically enhanced 1.85:1 DVD exhibits a generally pleasing picture. Images are sharp, though some scenes exhibit a soft focus. At times, the picture seems a bit smeared. Colors are nicely balanced and occasionally filtered. Though fleshtones are occasionally a bit reddish, overall fidelity is quite good. The picture is quite easy on the eyes, with no hard edges, glaring edge enhancement or pixelization. That is not to say that the picture is free from distractions, but it should be quite pleasing throughout. (Suzanne Hodges)
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