Special features include commentary with Stephen Chow (Sing), Lam Tze Chung (Bone), Tin Kai Man (Axe Gang Advisor), and Chan Kwok Kwun (Brother Sum). There is also a 42-minute Behind-The-Scenes TV Special featurette, two deleted scenes, a 28-minute interview between Ric Meyers and Stephen Chow, outtakes, bloopers, 15 TV Spots, a poster gallery, and previews, including one for Kung Fu Hustle. There are also upfront ads.
The landlords are the rulers in Pig Sty Alley, and everyone bows to them. But when the tuxedoed members of The Axe Gang come into town, everyone starts doing the "Kung Fu Hustle" and the battle begins. Do The Hustle; da, da, da, da, da, dadadada.... (Tricia Spears)
The anamorphically enhanced 2.40:1 DVD picture is quite complementary to the fun storytelling and visuals. While colors somehow can appear slightly undersaturated, they are otherwise nicely balanced. Fleshtones appear accurate and blacks are generally deep. Sharpness and detail varies, at times appearing well defined, while other times seeming a bit smeared or plugged up. There are also some signs of edge enhancement and pixelization. Although the picture quality is not perfect, don
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