Special features include up-front previews; three commentary tracks: one with Director Philip Atwell, the second with Writers Lee Anthony Smith and Gregory Bradley, and the third is an audio trivia track; a nine-part featurette The Action Of War (71 minutes); a two-minute gag reel; three deleted scenes; the Scoring War featurette (nine minutes); and additional previews.
DVD General Information
Lionsgate Home Entertainment
Sequences of strong, bloody violence, sexuality and nudity/sexuality nudity
FBI Agent Jack Crawford (Statham) is obsessed with avenging the death of his partner murdered by the notorious assassin known only as Rogue (Li). As Crawford sets out for revenge, the elusive trigger-man sparks an all-out War between Asian gangs
The anamorphically enhanced 2.37:1 DVD can show a somewhat hazy picture. Black levels are solid, but the entire image can have a somewhat foggy appearance. Shadow delineation is fairly good. Whites occasionally can bloom, but details in the brightest portions of the image can look good. Resolution is somewhat lacking, although there are times when the picture can look very nicely detailed. Fleshtones generally look accurate. The image can look digitized and pixilated at times, but edge enhancement is not much of a problem. (Danny Richelieu)
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