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Analyze This / Analyze That Blu-ray

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Comedy Double Feature Warner Bros. | 1999-2002 | 2 Movies | 199 min | Rated R | Feb 23, 2010

Analyze This / Analyze That (Blu-ray)

Codec: VC-1
Resolution: 1080p
Aspect ratio: see individual releases
Original aspect ratio: 1.85:1

English: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1
French: Dolby Digital 5.1
Spanish: Dolby Digital 2.0

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Video 3.2 of 53.2
Audio 3.8 of 53.8
Extras 0.0 of 50.0
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Analyze This / Analyze That


Analyze This / Analyze That Blu-ray offers decent video and solid audio, but overall it's a mediocre Blu-ray release

'Analze This' - Paul Vitti, New York gang boss, is suffering from anxiety attacks. Embarrassed by this un- Mafia problem, he seeks help from a psychiatrist, Ben Sobel. Sobel isn't keen to help him, but is persuaded. Vitti's problems threaten to postpone Sobel's wedding in Miami, and worse, there is a Mob conference coming up that Vitti may not be in strong enough psychological shape to attend.

'Analyze That' - Mob boss Paul Vitti is nearing the end of his term in Sing Sing, and the FBI agents monitoring him are baffled. Day after day they watch as New York's most notorious gangland figure walks around his cell in a semi-catatonic stupor, occasionally breaking into songs from West Side Story. Is Vitti having a nervous breakdown because of recent threats on his life by a rival family, or is his odd behavior merely a foxy ploy to get him sprung from jail early? The FBI isn't sure, and neither is his former psychotherapist Ben Sobel, who gets called in to consult on the case. The last time Sobel treated Vitti, he tried to get to the source of his debilitating anxiety attacks, but barely scratched the surface. It will take time to examine the demons still lurking in Vitti's mind and help put him on the straight and narrow--time that Sobel doesn't want to give. The truth is, Sobel has problems of his own. His father has just died, plunging him into an identity crisis in both his personal and professional lives. Furthermore, he knows his wife Laura will be furious if he allows the unpredictable Vitti back into their lives. But when Vitti is granted a conditional release into Sobel's care and custody, becoming his patient again and--even worse--his houseguest, the reluctant psychiatrist finds that he has no choice, a in order to get peace back in his life, he will have to help the troubled gangster sort out his psyche, find gainful employment and go straight--which proves easier said than done!

For more about Analyze This / Analyze That and the Analyze This / Analyze That Blu-ray release, see Analyze This / Analyze That Blu-ray Review published by on where this Blu-ray release scored 2.5 out of 5.

Starring: Robert De Niro, Billy Crystal, Lisa Kudrow, Joe Viterelli, Chazz Palminteri, Cathy Moriarty
Director: Harold Ramis

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Analyze This / Analyze That Blu-ray, Video Quality

  3.0 of 5

Even though a full 25GB layer of a BD-50 disc has been devoted to each film, Warner's first Blu-ray Double Feature is undermined by two average 1080p/VC-1 transfers, both of which suffer from a variety of issues. Analyze This certainly offers the warmer image, basking in Stuart Dryburgh's sunlit-Miami hues, inviting interiors, and overwhelming shadows at every turn. Unfortunately, skintones are often oversaturated, delineation is quite poor at times, and detail is all over the place. For every shot that makes a decent impression, serving up crisp textures and clean edges, another suffers from wavering contrast, softness, and a host of technical oddities (everything from artifacting, crush, and minor print damage to noticeable ringing, smearing, and telecine wobble). That's not to say the film looks bad per se, just that it hasn't been given the complete overhaul it would need to really shine in high definition. Granted, the presentation reaps the benefits of its move to Blu-ray -- colors are richer, blacks are much deeper, and the entire film is sharper -- but the vast majority of the anomalies that appear on the standard DVD are still alive and well, albeit in a higher resolution. Ramis fans deserve better.

Analyze That is a different beast entirely. While its video transfer is far more revealing, handily besting Analyze This in terms of overall image clarity, it too fails to do its source justice. Grain is cursed with a harsh, salty consistency that quashes fine detail on occasion, and doesn't lend the picture a filmic disposition; black levels are weak and unreliable, rarely rising beyond charcoal; and rampant mosquito noise, errant artifacting, distracting aliasing, and intermittent ringing are frequent offenders. Still, Ellen Kuras' bleak colors are actually more lifelike than Dryburgh's swarthy palette (at least as presented here), even if the sequel's actors sometimes look as if they've been stranded in the Arctic with nothing but a flashbulb and a prayer. Likewise, as unwieldy as the grain and noise that assaults the picture can be, the Blu-ray edition of Analyze That offers a more obvious upgrade from its standard definition counterpart than Analyze This, and puts its previously released DVD to shame. Analyze enthusiasts still won't sing its praises, but it at least accomplishes more than its bargain-bin pricepoint might suggest.

Analyze This / Analyze That Blu-ray, Audio Quality

  3.5 of 5

Warner's DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 surround tracks are an improvement, even if they're limited by their corresponding films somewhat limited sound design. Analyze This kicks things off properly: with the best wiseguy narration Robert De Niro can muster, a diatribe the lossless mix presents with authority. Barring a few swampy lines that drown beneath some of the film's slapstick action sequences, dialogue is clear and nicely prioritized, and effects pack a decent punch. The LFE channel doesn't surge as readily as I expected, but it still invests some welcome support into gunshots, falling bodies, and car engines. Similarly, the rear speakers aren't a hotbed of activity, but they do embrace the film's soundtrack and more energetic sequences. Despite its occasional gunplay, ample F-bombs, and R-rated shenanigans, Analyze This is essentially a chatty flick that, more often than not, focuses its attention on Crystal and De Niro's conversations. Directionality isn't enveloping, just adequate; pans aren't invisible, just effective; dynamics aren't startling, just efficient. Suffice to say, audiophiles won't fall out of their seats, but they will appreciate the quality of the track, especially considering how effortlessly it trumps the previously released DVD's murky mix.

Analyze That alters the first film's tone rather dramatically, and Warner's DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 surround track follows suit. Even though the tenor of the mix is a bit colder, voices are just as intelligible, sound effects are just as punctuated, and prioritization is just as precise. Several lines, particularly those that take place in De Niro's private trailer, aren't as clear and pronounced as others, but they're mere hiccups in an otherwise dependable experience. LFE output is fairly strong (at least when That focuses on action and arguments), the rear speakers create a fairly immersive (albeit occasionally two-dimensional) soundfield, separation is passable, and squabbling mobsters have been carefully sprinkled throughout the channels. I was constantly aware that I was watching a film -- music is the most involving aspect of the mix, and the majority of the soundscape and its mafia-related chit-chat makes its nest near the screen -- but the track handles everything its given without succumbing to any glaring technical issues. It isn't going to win serious accolades, not even from the sequel's most ardent fans, but it will earn most listeners' approval.

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