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
No one covers the issues in more detail than Widescreen Review. No one else has the breadth and depth of different review systems on which to base transfer quality opinions. Gary Reber has given more editorial space to important Home Theatre trends and technologies than anyone in the industry, AND he has Joe Kane and Greg Rogers on his staff as advisors/columnists. 'Nuff said.