Special features include on Disc One: an option to view the film with commentary by Bruce Willis, Director Len Wiseman, and Editor Nicolas De Toth; and a choice to view either the original theatrical or uncut versions of the film. Disc Two includes the documentary Analog Hero In A Digital World (97 minutes); Yippee Ki Yay MotherF*****
DVD General Information
20th Century Fox Home Entertainment
For intense sequences of violence and action, language, and a brief sexual situation
When terrorists go hi-tech and launch a massive computer attack intended to cripple the United State
The anamorphically enhanced 2.36:1 DVD exhibits a sharp, detailed image, with solid blacks and good shadow delineation. While bold, vibrant colors do not make their way into the dark, cool color scheme often, the bright colors that are involved are undersaturated. Fleshtones have a pallid look for much of the time, but it appears to be a conscious choice made by the filmmakers, although there are times when fleshtones look flushed and too orange. Film grain structure is fine and consistent, but edge enhancement is recognizable.(Danny Richelieu)
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