xXx Superbit DVD Review

by Phil Hinton
Movies & TV Review

xXx Superbit DVD Review
SRP: £26.95

Picture

Presented in 2.35:1 Anamorphic Widescreen the image is just gorgeous. The highbite transfer gives us a super stable image, with copious amounts of fine detail on show. The colours are vivid with strong with solid blacks and no apparent bleeding or blooming problems. There is a small amount of edge enhancement on show and one or two scenes were grain can be seen, but overall this is a top notch, clean and clear transfer. Top Marks.
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Sound

Presented in Both dts and Dolby Digital 5.1 sound, the mix is extremely aggressive right from the start and it never lets up for a minute. There is some intelligent use of split surrounds which if not used for explosions or effects, has the rock/metal soundtrack playing loud. LFE is thunderous during most of the action set pieces, yet in all this chaos the dialogue is strong and clear. There is a marked improvement between the dts and Dolby track, with the dts mix providing a more dynamic and enveloping experience, with crystal clear high end and tighter and lower bass control. Again this is demo quality sound mixing.
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Extras

No extras for this Superbit release.
xXx Superbit
A mildly entertaining romp that doesn't take itself to seriously, and is presented here with a top class image and aggressive dts soundtrack.

Scores

Movie

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6

Picture Quality

10

Sound Quality

10

Overall

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8
8
AVForumsSCORE
OUT OF
10

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