I rented Kindergarten Cop the other day, courtesy of Netflix, and when I put the DVD in, I was extemely disappointed to discover that the 1.85:1 image had been "formatted to fix Joe 6 Pack's screen." I watched it anyway and enjoyed it tremendously; I'd forgotten just how great this movie is (not Citizen Kane great, but great for what it is). As much as I enjoyed it, however, the non-OAR presentation really annoyed me. I would have bought the DVD the next day had it been in anamorphic OAR, and The Shadow (not exactly a comedy), Grumpy Old Men, Grumpier Old Men, Spies Like Us, Funny Farm, and all the Vaction movies would all be in my collection as well if they were properly presented. Why did/do some of DVD's best initial supporters (i.e. Warner and Universal) insist on putting out their comedies on DVD in full frame? Do they think that these are "lesser" films that are "not worthy" of an OAR presentation? I wish Universal would stop releasing their useless "Ultimate Editions" in their "special" cases and work on their improperly presented DVDs. The same goes for Warner Brothers. Does this bother anybody else, or am I the only one who holds 80's and 90's comedy in high regard? ------------------ "Home is where the theater is!"