After a head-on collision with a bus, advertising exec Daniel Miller (Brooks) finds himself in Judgment City, the place where we all go after we die to see if our souls are ready to move on to a higher plane of existence or be returned to Planet Earth for another try at evolving. The process works like this: you sit before a panel of judges as you and your lawyer watch important scenes from your life. While Daniel thinks he
The anamorphically enhanced 1.78:1 DVD picture has a slightly soft, hazy quality, but images are otherwise generally sharp. Color fidelity is quite natural, with well-balanced fleshtones, and generally deep blacks. There is some pixelization noticed, creating minor digital patterns in finer details, but otherwise the picture is quite solid. The DVD
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