The Special Collector's Edition includes an assortment of entertaining extras beginning with an audio commentary with director Richard Linklater and star Jack Black and a separate "Kids' Kommentary" featuring several of the schoolchildren/bandmembers from the movie. The disc also includes the humorous featurettes, "Lessons Learned In School Of Rock," "Jack Black's Pitch To Led Zeppelin," "KIds' Video Diary: Toronto Film Festival," and "MTV's Diary Of Jack Black." And, finally, some DVD-ROM content, a "School Of Rock" music video, and the trailer also appear.
Also available in a modified 1.33:1 full screen edition.
Dewey Finn (Black) is the guitarist and lead singer of a rock and roll band, and he plans on winning the upcoming battle-of-the-bands competition. His band feels they can
The anamorphically enhanced 1.78 DVD picture offers nicely balanced colors that are rich and vibrant, with accurately rendered fleshtones, and deep blacks. Images are sharp and detailed, with nicely rendered textures and definition. There is a minor amount of edge enhancement noticed, and pixelization is also limited for a picture that is satisfying overall. (Suzanne Hodges)
As one can surmise from the film
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