Failing to slam-dunk their advertising practices, this disc includes a forced ad before the menu as well as director/producer audio commentary, a 22-minute featurette, three newspaper reviews of the film, a two-minute slam-dunk featurette, Jordan stats and filmmaker biographies, and four trailers.
Originally filmed for the giant Imax
The anamorphically enhanced 1.85:1 DVD, recomposed from its original IMAX composition, exhibits colors that are absolutely beautiful. Reds and blacks pop from the screen. Fleshtones are well balanced throughout. Images are sharp and detailed, with nicely rendered depth and clarity. Some scenes appear a little smeared. Some minor shimmering is noticed in fine details, but pixelization is infrequent. (Suzanne Hodges)
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