Includes audio commentary with Chan, Owen Wilson and director Tom Dey, seven deleted scenes, a series of interesting making-of featurettes, an Uncle Kracker music video, the theatrical trailer, and two cool games that are worth playing for the prizes you get when you win. Note that it has those ANNOYING and shameful up front ads from the less-than-clued-up folk at Touchstone/Buena Vista.
DVD General Information
Touchstone Home Video
Rated PG-13 for action violence, some drug humor, language and sensuality.
Shanghai Noon begins with the same shameless plugs and pitches you get from every Buena Vista company DVD, but then you get to have some fun with Jackie Chan and his co-conspirators in this amusing action comedy. When Chinese Imperial Guard Chon Wang (Chan) arrives in the West looking to rescue the kidnapped Princess Pei Pei (Liu), he has the misfortune to hook up with Roy O
The anamorphically enhanced 2.35:1 DVD opens with a hazy, exaggerated look. Colors just border oversaturation, but their bold appearance is often quite appealing. The picture is sharp and detailed, with nicely rendered fine detail, though
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