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Men In Black: Superbit Edition DVD Review

by Phil Hinton
Movies & TV Review

Men In Black: Superbit Edition DVD Review
SRP: £26.95

Picture

The 1.85:1 Anamorphic transfer looks very strong and well detailed. There are no signs of dirt or grain within the print and no edge enhancement or pixilation problems could be found. Colours are strong and well saturated with strong and stable blacks, and no signs of bleed or blooming effects. The image looks sharp throughout with plenty of fine detail and shadow details on show. This is yet another fine superbit release with a very good transfer to disc.
Men In Black: Superbit Edition

Sound

Presented in both dts and Dolby Digital 5.1 sound, the mix is very aggressive and highly dynamic. The subject matter allows for an over the top sound presentation, and that's what we get here with excellent split surround and LFE effects. The entire soundfield is used to great effect, with the dts track just edging it for total clarity and dynamics.
Men In Black: Superbit Edition

Extras

None here, this is a superbit release after all
Men In Black: Superbit Edition
The film is great fun, presented here with a fine transfer to disc, and an aggressive dts soundtrack.

Scores

Movie

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7

Picture Quality

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9

Sound Quality

10

Overall

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8
8
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10

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