The Perfect Score DVD Review
PictureFor such a low budget affair the picture quality on show is rather good, with everything looking sharp and detailed for the majority of the film. The 1.85:1 anamorphic transfer handles the night scenes with ease and colours looks well saturated with no noticeable problems. Longer pans do sometimes look a little soft but overall the image on show is just above average considering the budgetary constraints.
SoundPresented in Dolby Digital 5.1 there is nothing to note regarding the soundmix. It is front heavy with a nice wideness to the soundfield, music sounds dynamic and dialogue is intelligible. There are no outstanding moments of surround madness and I only once heard an effect appear anywhere other than the front three speakers.
ExtrasYou want more? Well thank goodness you only get a commentary from the director who is mildly entertaining for 10 minutes, a promotional making of featurette where everyone says how great they are and a theatrical trailer so you can remind yourself never to watch this again.
VerdictAs you can guess this movie fails to entertain or make me laugh, it could have been so much better and the talent was there, but overall this is disappointing and I cannot recommend it as a keeper, if you must see then wait for the rental.
Suggested retail price when reviewed: £28.98
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