The Bonus Treasure Hunt menu includes an 11-minute on-location featurette, a deleted and extended scene with optional commentary and introduction by director Jon Turteltaub, an opening scene animatic and alternate ending with optional introduction and optional commentary. So, accessing additional supplements can get a bit complicated, but once you are granted access to additional treasures, you can view a nine-minute Treasure Hunters Revealed featurette, Riley Poole
Benjamin Franklin Gates (Cage) is a third generation treasure hunter who has spent a lifetime searching for a treasure no one believed existed. Hidden by the Founding Fathers of the United States, clues had been left leading to the location of the National Treasure. Gates
The anamorphically enhanced 2.40:1 DVD picture exhibits a pleasing, well-saturated color palette that offers rich and warm hues, accurate fleshtones, and deep blacks. The picture can be stylized with scenes awash in blue overtones or warm golds. Images are nicely detailed and generally sharp overall, though some smearing is evident at times. There is very slight edge enhancement detected, with a presence likely to only distract the pickiest of viewers. Still, minor pixelization is apparent, evidence of compression likely to make space for all those complicated, but fun, extras! Overall, the picture is really quite clean and smooth, and should not disappoint. (Suzanne Hodges)
With good dimensionality across the front three screen channels and into the surrounds, the Dolby
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