Elf: Infinifilm Edition DVD Review

by Phil Hinton
Movies & TV Review

Elf: Infinifilm Edition DVD Review
SRP: £29.98

Picture

Presented in 1.85:1 anamorphic transfer and a 1.33:1 full frame version. For this review we concentrated on the 1.85:1 transfer. Everything looks very good with a nice sharpness to the image and colours are well saturated with solid blacks and some good shadow detail. There were a few problems with slight pixelation issues and edge enhancement seen now and again.
Elf: Infinifilm Edition

Sound

The sound mix is lively if not entirely enveloping with a nice dynamic range. Dialogue is intelligible and easily followed with a nice wide front soundstage. Overall for a comedy movie the audio is lively and well produced.
Elf: Infinifilm Edition

Extras

The usual infinifilm features are present here with quite a healthy amount of supplemental features to wade through. The usual commentary track is entertaining and informative, we are treated to a few extended/deleted scenes which are rather entertaining, a behind the scenes feature with Will Ferrell which is extensive and above the usual press kit standard. Rounding off the extras are games, DVD content and a feature on the music from the movie.
Elf: Infinifilm Edition
Seasonal fun without the usual schmaltz and full of belly laughs, the DVD presentation is also very good. Recommended.

Scores

Movie

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7

Picture Quality

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7

Sound Quality

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7

Extras

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7

Overall

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7
7
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