Special features include commentary with Writer Jeff Maguire and Director Phil Joanou, 15 deleted scenes with optional Maguire/Joanou commentary, a six-minute look at the actors learning the in-and-outs of football, a four-minute Joanou profile, four minutes of The Rock on The Field, a five-sequence and multiple-angle football scene, and previews.
DVD General Information
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
For some startling scenes of violence, mature thematic material, and language
Putting his career on the line, Los Angeles
The anamorphically enhanced 2.40:1 DVD shows well-resolved details and deep blacks, and adequate shadow delineation to create a fairly natural, three-dimensional image. Colors are slightly muted, which does fit the story. Edge enhancement is minor, although there are scenes that combine lower bit rates with the edge enhancement to create a total mess. (Danny Richelieu)
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