Special features include commentary with Director Mennan Yapo and Sandra Bullock, four deleted scenes and an alternate ending with optional commentary with Yapo, a three-minute gag reel, the Glimpses Of The Future: Making Premonition 15-1/2-minute featurette, the 12-minute Bringing Order To Chaos featurette, the 44-minute two-part Real Premonitions featurette, previews, and up-front ads.
DVD General Information
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
For some violent content, disturbing images, thematic material, and brief language
When Linda Hanson (Bullock) receives the devastating news that her husband Jim (McMahon) has been killed in an auto accident, her perfect world is turned upside down. Inconsolable, Linda is beyond confused when she wakes up the next morning and finds Jim sipping coffee in the family kitchen. As her days become caught between Jim being alive and Jim being dead, Linda decides that she must act quickly before her Premonition of his upcoming death becomes a reality. (Tricia Spears)
The anamorphically enhanced 2.40:1 DVD exhibits a pleasing picture with nicely saturated colors and good resolution. There are scenes, however, that can look overly soft. Fleshtones are rendered well, contrast is solid, and black levels are deep, but the image can still have a flat look at times. Edge enhancement is not overly problematic, and compression artifacts are rarely seen. (Danny Richelieu)
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