There are a handful of filmmakers that I place in my favorite category. Some of are obvious. Others, less so. Lawrence Kasdan is among them. I'm a huge fan. Right from the start. Body Heat. Everything about it just worked. You could feel the humidity. And you had to wonder where the relationship was going, and why. For those who may not be aware, Mr. Kasdan initially made his mark as a writer. Little films. Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back, Raiders of the Lost Ark. Those films. Then The Big Chill, Silverado, The Accidental Tourist, and two decades ago, Grand Canyon. Before there was Crash, a film about lives colliding, there was Grand Canyon. Fox has licensed the film to Anchor Bay, and that's a very good thing, as it needs to be available for viewing. I never give away a story line, and I will not here. Just think Kevin Kline, Danny Glover, Steve Martin, Mary McDonnell, Mary-Louise Parker, and Alfre Woodard in a beautiful piece about fear and life in Los Angeles. Possibly not in that order. Image quality is fine, with no problems. Color looks correct, with nice shadow detail. Grain looks proper. Audio is presented via Dolby TrueHD 5.1, and sounds proper. I would presume that had the release been via Fox as opposed to Anchor Bay, that bits of clean-up necessary might have received few more hours work, but there are no problems here vis a vis dirt or damage. Image: 4 Audio: 5 Recommended.