Analyze That DVD Review

by Phil Hinton
Movies & TV Review

Analyze That DVD Review
SRP: £27.95

Picture

The 1.85:1 Anamorphic widescreen image is very good indeed. There are no problems present, instead the colours are rich and vivid with good saturation and the blacks are solid and stable. The image has good detail levels and flesh tones are natural, making this a very good transfer.
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Sound

The Dolby Digital 5.1 soundtrack is effective and dynamic. The source material doesn't call for all out surround effects, but the mix is natural with a nice enveloping feel to it, and the dialogue is strong and precise.
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Extras

Included are a Commentary track from Director Ramis, and while informative there are large gaps present during most of the track. Also include are a short making of Documentary and an interactive game.
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An unnecessary Sequel which tries to hard to be funny, and simply doesn't live up to the appeal of the original. The disc presentation is very nice though.

Scores

Movie

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6

Picture Quality

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9

Sound Quality

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7

Extras

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5

Overall

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6
6
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10

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