Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Black Sheep Blu-ray Review

Black Sheep Blu-ray Review
Written by Loys JohnsonDisc Size: 21.9 GB
Film Size: 20.0 GB
Film Rating: PG-13
Region: Free

"That's one small step for man! One giant... I have a dream!" - MikeVideo
Black Sheep comes to Blu-ray with a 1080p AVC/MPEG-4 video presentation. The film looked surprisingly better than I expected. Colors were vibrant while keeping a more natural look, the film's scenes do lend themselves well to high-def. Detail is far better than I had anticipated, whether it be clothing textures or the environments. There is a thin layer of grain present at all times. Black Sheep will definitely impress in high-def. 8/10.

Audio
A 5.0 Dolby TrueHD audio track is included, and sounds about average. Dialogue was clear, but the surround experience was a bit weak. I can't say I was expecting too much, but it would have been nice if it was a bit more immersive. That being said, it's not bad either, and definitely gets the job done. This won't impress, but it won't really disappoint either. 7/10.

Extras
There are no extras, not even a theatrical trailer

Blu-news Summary

Black Sheep is a pretty average comedy, the film has nothing that makes it stick out from the average comedy. The film does have very funny moments, and very stupid moments. It's about as middle of the road as one can get when it comes to comedies.

The Blu-ray release is impressive when it comes to video presentation, pleases when it comes to audio, and totally sucks when it comes to extras. 'For Fans Only.'

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