LONDON, stars Chris Evans as Syd, a young man devastated by the break-up with his girlfriend “London”, (Jessica Biel). Upon learning that there’s a going away party for London before she leaves New York, Syd attempts to crash it, bringing with him the businessman he’s just gotten his last stash of cocaine from. When the two arrive, they spend most of the film’s duration in the bathroom, ingesting drugs, and contemplating what they believe to be deep thoughts, oblivious to what’s going on around them.
SONY has preserved the film's 2.35:1 aspect ratio with 16:9 enhancement. Colors are solid and it's a great looking picture from beginning to end. Great detail throughout. It's too bad the content isn't as good as it looks!
SONY has provided a Dolby Digital 5.1 mix. It's somewhat aggressive for a dialogue-heavy film. The soundtrack is terrific, featuring some great music selections, and all of them are well complimented here. Dialogue is always intelligible and free from distortion.
An audio commentary with the film's director and producer is offered. However, it's dull and not too helpful for aspiring filmmakers. A featurette is included.