This new special edition includes audio commentary by director Bryan Singer and writer Christopher McQuarrie, audio commentary by John Ottman, five deleted scenes with commentary by Ottman, a gag reel with intro by Singer, the 25-minute
DVD General Information
MGM Home Entertainment
Rated R for violence and a substantial amount of strong language.
This new anamorphically enhanced DVD, framed at 2.35:1, exhibits improved image quality over the previously reviewed non-anamorphic DVDs (Issues 25 and 37). Colors exhibit much better balance, with improvements in fleshtones and saturation. Whites are whiter rather than exhibiting a slightly yellow tinge. Images are sharp and detailed, though some scenes are slightly soft. There are a few distractions in the way of edge enhancement and pixelization, but fans and owners of the non-anamorphic version will be thrilled with the quality of this DVD. (Suzanne Hodges)The DVD also includes a modified 1.33:1 version (not reviewed).
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