In The Line Of Fire, produced in 1993 marked the last film that Clint Eastwood would star in, before getting behind the camera. The film was a critical and financial success, garnering three Oscar nominations and propelled Director Wolfgang Petersen into the big league. Of note is the early technical feat of computer graphics, compositing newly filmed footage into vintage material, which was done for a massive $4 million. The same effects could be done today on a home computer, with relatively basic software.
For a film getting on in years, it looks as good as would be expected. Skin tones are perfect and colours are rendered well. There is a fair amount of detail to the image, but it is somewhat inconsistent. Some shots come off looking a little murky and ill defined when compared to others. Thankfully, there is little in the way of film artifacts on the print, and it’s fairly stable with little telecine wobble.