Ok, so anyone else notice how much of the frame (well the sides at least) are cutoff from the widescreen version of Hot Shots on DVD? It's very apparent in a scene where a mechanic (working for the bad guy) uses a wrench in his hand and motions for a fighter jet to take off (don't ask for a time in the movie, I'm not near my DVD right now). Anyway, the site gag, is the jet takes off and the guy is all burnt up and jumps off the side of the aircraft carrier to get into the water. Point of this is, in the movie the guy is visible holding his large metal wrench which has melted from the fire. In the DVD his hand is cutoff on the right side of the screen so you don't even see the wrench. Anyone else notice this? Is it normal to have that much cut off on a widescreen movie? I just got my replacement Back to the Future II and III DVDs from Universal and was hoping that would be the last time I saw a framing issue on a widescreen DVD.