I agree completely with Josh on the Hot Fuzz PQ:
Presented in a 1080p, VC-1 Encoded, 1:85:1 Widescreen Aspect Ratio, Hot Fuzz contains a fantastic transfer that has no real problems.
The biggest positive about this one is the film's sheer usage of bright colors. Whites, sky blues and yellows fill the screen for a majority of the picture with a solid, clear image. In fact, a lot of this film takes place during the day with the exception of the graveyard sequence. Anyhow, grain was pretty much nowhere to be found (or at least nothing that was noticeable), while EE is present (just a tad bit) during the church sequence before the 3rd death. The film's print, benefiting from being just recently released into theaters, is near immaculate condition with no evidence of print damage, scratches, washed out colors or video noise. All in all, this is a fantastic transfer that rates up there with some of the best HD titles to date. 4.5/5
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