Teetering on the edge of the TMP (Too Many Producers) Factor, 3000 Miles To Graceland stars Kurt Russell and Kevin Costner as ex-con pals who cook up a plan to rob the Riviera casino during the International Elvis Week festivities. After the successful heist, Costner
The anamorphically enhanced 2.40:1 DVD exhibits exciting images that are nicely rendered throughout. Colors are rich, with well-balanced fleshtones, vibrant reds, bold blues, and deep blacks. At times, fleshtones touch a slightly orange hue, but colors are quite solid with no apparent smearing. Contrast and shadow delineation are nicely balanced throughout. There are a few distractions in the way of edge enhancement and pixelization, but overall this is a picture that should surely delight. (Suzanne Hodges)
This is a very intense, entertaining soundtrack presentation, for which the music and effects completely fill and energize the listening space. This superb Dolby
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