THE 6 DEGREES COLLECTION REVIEWED
“The 6 Degrees Collection” is a repackage of many prior SONY/Mill Creek releases. What makes this so special is that it’s Where the Truth Lies’ HD bow in the US. I love it when quality dramas sneak in under the radar. It’s a rough movie, but it packs a better Colin Firth than Kevin Bacon performance. The downside still remains. 3 movies are forced onto each disc. Also, the audio tracks are super lossy. If you’re just casually viewing, it’ll work. Otherwise, the film snobs are going to get annoyed.
- 1.78:1, 1.85:1, 2.35:1 1080p transfers
- Dolby Digital 5.1
RELEASE DATE: 4/3/18
Video - 93%
Audio - 82%
Film Score - 90%
The Plot Thus Far
It’s 6 degrees of sizzling hot Bacon with this diverse collection of films across the award-winning actor’s extensive career. From a med student with a desire for dying to a comedy legend shrouded in mystery, this versatile actor is a master of the acting craft!
The Big Picture - (1989) - Color - 1 Hour 41 Minutes - PG-13
Flatliners - (1990) - Color - 1 Hour 54 Minutes - R
Hollow Man - (2000) - Color - 1 Hour 52 Minutes - R
Trapped - (2002) - Color - 1 Hour 46 Minutes - R
In The Cut - (2003) - Color - 1 Hour 59 Minutes - R
Where the Truth Lies - (2005) - Color - 1 Hour 47 Minutes - Not Rated