Special features include two commentary tracks by cast and crew, nine deleted/alternate scenes with optional commentary by Director John August and Editor Douglas Crise, a script-to-storyboard-to-screen comparison (four minutes), a featurette Summing Up The Nines (14 minutes), a photo gallery slideshow, a short film entitled God with the option of commentary from cast and crew (11 minutes), and previews.
Consisting of three separate short stories with overlapping themes and featuring the same main cast members, this metaphysical riddle will keep you guessing to the end and beyond. In the three stories, the main character, Gary/Gavin/Gabriel (Reynolds) finds clues that make him believe his life is not quiet normal. Haunted by a cryptic note written in his own hand that he has no recollection of writing, Gary is urged to look for The Nines. Having no idea what the note means, Gary decides to try to unravel the mystery surrounding his existence. (Stacey Pendry)
The anamorphically enhanced 1.84:1 DVD exhibits a soft image that doesn
Reason #123 Why Readers Love Widescreen Review:
I read WSR for the articles—honest. Terry Paullin's industry insight is refreshing and lively. The lack of comparisons of which home theatre-in-a-box is best or which sub $200 DVD player is best leaves more room for in-depth product and movie reviews. Most importantly, though, I read WSR for the caricature of Gary Reber morphed on to the movie featured on the cover in the Editor's Couch page. Pierce Brosnan had better watch out!