The fact that there was only a four-month window from theatrical to DVD release to design the special features for The Patriot DVD, must partly explain some of the navigation oddities and artwork miscues that I discovered working with this disc. I rather felt as if I had been through somewhat of a battle myself. Maybe that was the idea, but I doubt it. This is not to say that the extra features aren
Benjamin Martin (Gibson), was a hero in the French And Indian War, but guilt over his actions, and after the death of his wife, he makes a vow of pacifism and raises his children and works his South Carolina farm in solitude. That is, until
The anamorphically enhanced 2.35:1 DVD exhibits a beautiful picture with engrossing cinematography by Caleb Deschanel. Colors are bold, with the soldiers
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