Special features include a feature commentary track by Director Rod Lurie, a four-minute behind-the-scenes featurette, six cast and crew interview segments, the original theatrical trailer, and previews.
Erik Kernan (Hartnett) is a reporter for the Denver Times who has been relegated to cover minor sports stories for the newspaper. Erik would like a shot at the big stories, but his stubborn editor Metz (Alda) doesn
The anamorphically enhanced 2.34:1 DVD shows good resolution, especially on the closer shots. Colors look somewhat drab, and fleshtones look pale. Black levels are elevated, but shadow delineation is nicely defined. Edge enhancement can be recognized from time to time, and it muddies many of the longer shots. The picture generally looks impressive, although it looks flat and dimensionless at times. (Danny Richelieu)
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