Special features on Disc One include two audio commentaries: the first with Director Shawn Levy, and the second with Writers Robert Ben Garant and Thomas Lennon. On Disc Two you will find five featurettes: the eight-part Loading Dock, which are deleted and extended scenes with optional director commentary; the five-part The Hall Of Biodiversity, which includes a blooper reel; the three-part The Security Office, which includes costume history and storyboard comparisons; the three-part Stage Coach, which is home to a making-of segment, TV spots, and trailers; and Rexy, a DVD-ROM feature.
Meandering his way from one menial job to another, Larry Daley (Stiller) reluctantly takes a job at New York
While the anamorphically enhanced 1.82:1 DVD can look good, with well-saturated colors and good contrast balance, edge enhancement can become bothersome. Fleshtones can look plugged up at times, but fine details can also be delivered well; other times, however, they can look rather soft. The color scheme can also be unnaturally hot outdoors, which can also be slightly distracting. (Danny Richelieu)
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