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With this in mind, I was intrigued to hear the basis for the 2007 film Catch and Release.
Catch and Release isn't your typical romantic comedy.
The default audio track on the disc is a Dolby Digital 5.1 mix, which doesn't come close to matching the audio proficiency of the Linear PCM 5.1 track.
Once you deal with the minor hassle of switching tracks, you can sit back and soak up the increased clarity of the lossless sound mix.
Unfortunately, that's where the strengths end, and the weaknesses begin.
Color saturation wavers between overly bright or dreadfully dull, with skin tones that appear pale and unnatural at times.
After the sudden death of her fianc, Gray Wheeler (Jennifer Garner) finds comfort in the company of his friends: lighthearted and comic Sam (Kevin Smith), hyper- responsible Dennis (Sam Jaeger), and, oddly enough, his old childhood buddy Fritz (Timothy Olyphant), an irresponsible playboy whom shed previously pegged as one of the least reliable people in the world.
As secrets about her supposedly perfect fianc emerge, Gray comes to see new sides of the man she thought she knew, and at the same time, finds herself drawn to the last man she ever expected to fall for.Beyond the somewhat contrived romance, I also didn't feel much chemistry between Garner and Olyphant.I've never been a huge Jennifer Garner fan and her performance here doesn't do much to change that perception.For more about Catch and Release and the Catch and Release Blu-ray release, see Catch and Release Blu-ray Review published by It's difficult to pinpoint the exact movie that killed the romantic comedy genre for me, but at some point I developed a general dislike for the majority of films that fall into that classification.There are surely exceptions that demonstrate Hollywood hasn't lost the ability to generate a "date-worthy" experience (Shakespeare In Love, Love Actually and When Harry Met Sally to name a few), but it seems we've been bombarded with one Mathew Mc Conaughey vehicle after another and the chance for the genre to reclaim storytelling credibility has nearly been lost.Lastly, I was disappointed to find some minor edge enhancement around character outlines.