Never So Few appears in an aspect ratio of approximately 2.35:1 on this Blu-ray Disc. The movie boasted a pretty solid transfer.
For the most part, sharpness seemed fine. Softness affected some wider shots, though not on a consistent basis. The majority of the flick appeared crisp and concise.
No issues with jagged edges or edge haloes materialized, and shimmering was absent. Source flaws were absent, so no specks or marks marred the presentation.
Colors looked positive, as the movie featured an earthy palette that showed up nicely here. The various hues demonstrated nice clarity and vivacity at all times.
Blacks showed good depth and darkness, while shadows portrayed clean and smooth imagery. Ultimately, this turned into a satisfying image.
Never So Few offered a DTS-HD MA 5.1 soundtrack that worked well for its era. On the positive side, the music displayed fine stereo separation and breadth, and effects added some impact as well.
Those elements could be a bit inconsistent, but they usually cropped up across the front well, and they threw in a little information from the rear. Toss in some directional dialogue and this was a good soundscape for its period.
Audio quality came across nicely, with speech that tended to appear fairly natural. A little edginess occasionally impacted dialogue, but the lines largely came across well.
Music seemed lush and full, while effects offered reasonable replication. Those elements lack great range and showed a little distortion, but they worked fine overall. This turned into a nice mix in general.
The disc provides the movieís trailer but it includes no other extras.
An awkward combination of combat and romance, Never So Few disappoints. It doesnít handle any of its sides well, so it leaves us with a mushy mess. The Blu-ray boasts very good picture and audio but it lacks bonus materials. Few becomes a bore.