Special features include an audio commentary track by Director David Ayer; 15 deleted scenes, available with optional commentary; ten alternate scenes; the following featurettes: Street Rules: Rolling With David Ayer And Jamie Fitzsimons (17 minutes), LA B
Detective Tom Ludlow (Reeves), suffering from depression after the death of his wife, is dealt another low-blow when his partner Detective Terrance Washington (Crews) is killed by a couple of gang members. Ludlow has been known to deal a bit of Street justice and is determined to find the perpetrators who've brutally murdered his friend and partner. But when Ludlow comes face to face with the Kings of violence, he must choose between upholding the law and seeking vengeance for his friend's life. (Stacey Pendry)
While there is some noise noticeable in the darker scenes, that really is the only artifact in the anamorphically enhanced 1.78:1 DVD. Resolution is nicely presented, and while there are rarely bright colors in the picture, what are there are nicely saturated with good balance. Contrast is defined well, and shadow delineation is commendable. Black levels are slightly elevated, and fleshtones can appear pallid during daytime, outdoor scenes. At night, fleshtones appear too yellow as well. (Danny Richelieu)
The LFE channel is used often for both music and effects in the Dolby
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