Watched the other half of this release this evening - Sleepless in Seattle. Although there are things about the film itself that really irritate me, its basic story and the performances work so well I forgive it its irritants (the overuse of songs to tell us what the characters are feeling is the worst for me - heaven forbid Miss Ephron should just let a nice moment go by without hitting us over the head with a SONG or even let her excellent composer do HIS job - and there's just a few too man quirky characters). I've been reading with the usual amusement about people complaining about softness in the transfer - one wonders if these people have actually ever seen a movie from this era (it's only twenty years old) in a movie theater. Of course, if they did, they were watching the movie, not inspecting it, not freeze-framing it, not looking for PROBLEMS. It looks just like it should look - some shots with filters look like they've always looked - opticals look like they've always looked - detail is there as it was always there, color is perfect, and it looks like - you know - Sleepless in Seattle as shot by Sven Nykvist. A lovely transfer - fear not.