Special features include up-front previews; two commentary tracks: one with cast and crew and the other with the Director; seven deleted scenes; Special Stuff, which contains three animated shorts (three minutes); and a lot of additional trailers.
The Simpsons, in their first feature-length Movie, find the fate of their beloved hometown, Springfield, hanging in the balance when Homer (Castellaneta) and his new pet pig cause a major ecological disaster. The family is forced to flee their home, and it is up to Homer to save his family, Springfield, and possibly, the world. (Stacey Pendry)
The anamorphically enhanced 2.40:1 DVD looks very much like the television show: fleshtones are a rich yellow, images look flat with relatively poor dimensionality, and everyone has four fingers. Black levels are fairly deep and color balance is nicely rendered. Some posterization can be noticed at times, although it isn
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