Upstanding investment banker Daryl Chase (Jones) finds himself relying on loudmouthed scam artist Freddy Tiffany (Griffin) to bail him out of some deep trouble. After the two switch identities and head for the border, Chase soon realizes that Tiffany is more wanted than he is. No one is who he seems in Double Take, which outrageously twists and turns to the very end. Includes up-front ads, audio commentary, the director
The anamorphically enhanced 2.35:1 DVD exhibits a sharp and detailed picture with excellent contrast and shadow detail. The color scheme is richly saturated and well balanced, with accurate fleshtones, bold hues, and endless blacks. Unfortunately, edge enhancement can distract from the otherwise very nicely rendered images, giving the picture a hard edge. (Suzanne Hodges)
Reason #123 Why Readers Love Widescreen Review:
I read WSR for the articles—honest. Terry Paullin's industry insight is refreshing and lively. The lack of comparisons of which home theatre-in-a-box is best or which sub $200 DVD player is best leaves more room for in-depth product and movie reviews. Most importantly, though, I read WSR for the caricature of Gary Reber morphed on to the movie featured on the cover in the Editor's Couch page. Pierce Brosnan had better watch out!