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Video: How Do the Discs Look?
With the exception of a small handful of aliasing issues, these 1080p transfers (1.85:1 on the first two, 2.40:1 on Christmas) are really quite strong. Color quality is vivid and well-defined, black levels are inky and consistent throughout, and detail is constantly punchy, with textures large and small coming across with lovely sharpness. Compression artifacting isn't an issue, nor is edge enhancement - the pot haze may be foggy, but these presentations sure as hell aren't.
Audio: How Does the Disc Sound?
For the most part, these DTS-HD Master Audio sound mixes (7.1 on the first two, 5.1 on Christmas) are tight affairs. Music is often woefully overloud, but that's common for comedies of this nature (I suppose). Fidelity is dynamic, though, and surround usage is pretty frequent and engaging. But remember - if you want to watch the unrated extended cut of Christmas, you'll be defaulted to a lossy Dolby Digital 5.1 track - Warner hasn't remedied that issue here.
White Castle and Guantanamo Bay comes with English SDH and Spanish subtitles, and Christmas sports French and Spanish Dolby Digital 5.1 sound mixes, as well as English SDH, French, Spanish, and Portuguese subtitles.