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The anamorphically enhanced 2.35:1 theatrical version exhibits generally pleasing image quality. While the overall appearance is slightly soft and hazy, images are generally solid, and detail is nicely rendered at times. Color fidelity is well balanced, though some smearing is evident. Fleshtnes are generally accurate, and blacks exhibit satisfactory depth. Edge enhancement is obtrusive throughout. Fine details shimmer on occasion. The director
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