Nowhere does the Fully Loaded Special Edition DVD mention that all those features on the jacket are found only on full screen side of the disc. The widescreen side only offers an audio commentary track by director Harald Zwart and actors Frankie Muniz and Angie Harmon. In addition to the same commentary track from the widescreen side, the full screen sides includes several featurettes found under different menus, including the five-minute Developing Agent Cody Banks, the seven-minute Production Design and the four-minute Ronica
DVD General Information
MGM Home Entertainment
Action violence, mild language & some sensual content
Young Agent Cody Banks (Muniz) knows everything there is to know about gadgets
The anamorphically enhanced 2.35:1 DVD exhibits a picture that is sharp and detailed, with nicely rendered contrast and shadow delineation. The color scheme is rich and fully saturated, with bright hues, natural fleshtones, and deep blacks. While the picture is mostly clean and well delineated, some scenes appear a bit plugged-up or smeared. At times the picture can have a gritty appearance, with the source element revealing of some film grain. While edge enhancement and pixelization can be noticed, the movie
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