Mascots’s rapid-fire gags result in a hit-or-miss pattern, ranging from the wickedly inspired to the overly broad.
That this retrograde “straight talk” managed to emerge on screen as a reasonably genial ensemble comedy speaks to the strength of its performers.
Give Best in Show the Blu-ray ribbon for improved A/V quality. Otherwise, Warner Home Video supplies exactly the same package as previously.
The disc’s image quality is so reprehensible it makes it impossible to enjoy Catherine O’Hara’s great performance.