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The Good Shepherd
Reviewed by: Trash FletcherRead Trash Fletcher's film review of The Good Shepherd
There is a pretty bland Scene Selection option with a few stills from each chapter. Then there's the option to turn the subtitles on or off, which is great, instead of pushing the subtitle button once on the remote control, I can press several buttons to achieve the same goal. Fantastic.
The feature is presented in 5.1, but since there's no epic score, or exciting sound effects, who really cares? This isn't going to push your system. And I'm not giving any more points just because it's in anamorphic wide screen.
The main menu? Rubbish. The extras? What extras?
Nice one, Momentum.Reviewed on: 09 Dec 2005