Includes a 25-minute making-of featurette; nine-minutes worth of deleted scenes; brief spy tips from Johnny English; character profiles for Johnny English, Pascal Sauvage, Lorna Campbell, and Bough; an Observation Test game to see if you are observant enough to be a super-spy, and DVD-ROM content. There are also VHS-style up-front ads.
When Agent One is killed in action and every other agent at MI7 dies during an explosion while attending his funeral, a national crisis hits. Luckily, one super duper secret agent missed getting blown up -- the one and only super spy Johnny English (Atkinson)! When the valuable Crown Jewels are stolen from the Tower of London, it
The anamorphically enhanced 1.85:1 DVD exhibits a colorful picture that nicely complements the humorous antics in the movie. Reds and blues are rich and vibrant, fleshtones appear natural, and blacks are deep and solid. There are a few top secret mission scenes which are extremely dark and viewing in a completely blackened room is recommended, but otherwise contrast and shadow delineation are well balanced. Pixelization is noticed occasionally, causing the breakup of finer details and edge enhancement can also be a distraction. (Suzanne Hodges)
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