Envy DVD Review

by Phil Hinton
Movies & TV Review

Envy DVD Review
SRP: £19.99

Picture

Presented in a choice of full frame or 1.85:1 anamorphic, we chose the widescreen option for this review. The image appears nicely detailed if occasionally soft in places. Colours are natural and well saturated with skin tones looking realistic. Overall the image compliments the subject material, not stunning, yet not bad either.
Envy

Sound

What we have here is a comedy with plenty of dialogue and not much call for surround effects. What we get is a Dolby Digital track that does everything it is supposed to do. Dialogue is clean and clear and music sounds dynamic and wide.
Envy

Extras

They should have just released a bare bones disc, as the extras here are terrible. Best of black is just a feature that plays his funniest moments from the film, the rest are cheap and lazy tack on features. Disappointing
Envy
It's a pity they didn't invent a spray to use on crap DVD's and movies, the film is poor, Stiller and Black are wasted here and the disc presentation is oh so average with laughable extras. I just cannot recommend this disc, which is disappointing.

Scores

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5

Picture Quality

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6

Sound Quality

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6

Extras

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2

Overall

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5
5
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