Special features include four lost scenes with optional filmmaker introductions; Arnold's Zurfinary, which is a cute four-minute lesson on the hip words in the film; the following featurettes: All Together Now: Surf's Up Voice Sessions (17 minutes); Not A Drop Of Real Water, which is offered in three parts
The anamorphically enhanced 1.78:1 DVD shows good detail and shadow delineation, but black levels are slightly milky, which limits the dimensionality of the presentation at times. Colors are bold and vibrant, which should keep young kids interested. Some scenes show much more film grain/noise than others, which can be distracting. Edge enhancement is not overly distracting, but it can be noticed from time to time. (Danny Richelieu)
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