Four strangers are brought together in a very unusual way in the charming comedy Heart And Souls. A bus overturns, killing its passengers (Grodin, Sedgwick, Sizemore and Woodard). At the very same moment, baby Thomas (Downey, Jr.) is born, and for 20 years, the souls finds themselves earthbound with him.
The anamorphically enhanced 2.35:1 DVD exhibits a soft quality, but the picture is solid throughout. Color fidelity is nicely rendered throughout, with natural fleshtones and deep blacks. Hues sometimes border oversaturation, and seem a bit plugged-up at times. Shadow delineation is generally good, but viewing should take place in a completely blackened room. Edge enhancement is noticed on occasion, as is pixelization. (Suzanne Hodges)
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