Results tagged “extras” from DVDs Unwrapped
Fans of 300 who already bought the previous two-disc version on DVD will probably find themselves wondering if the new Limited Collector's Edition is worth shelling out another $40 to $50. The answer is "yes" for only two groups of people: those who don't own a previous version of the film and the biggest 300 fans. This new version has all of the extras that were on the previous two-disc DVD set, plus a few new extras. But it's also lacking a few things that would have made it well worth buying a second copy of the same movie.
So, that two-disc edition of The Dark Knight has to be the definitive edition, chock-full of extras, right? Well, let's just say, sort of. There are plenty of extras here -- and plenty of them are truly terrific. But you will feel like there's some stuff missing, too. It's surely being saved for the big, fat ultimate collector's edition that will come out soon enough (maybe they're saving something for a set of all of the Nolan Batman movies someday). But for now, this two-disc edition is what we get, and there's plenty here to sink your teeth into.
Because of the abridged nature of last year's Lost, there are probably more extras on these DVDs than there were episodes, so it's nice they didn't skimp on them just because only, like, two and a half episodes got made last year. Though there are many highlights on these discs, I was particularly surprised by the extra that totally revealed that Bernard is Jacob. Didn't see that coming. Read on and choose your own favorites!
Thank the good lord that this movie was as good as it was. After the train wreck that was Ang Lee's Hulk, anything would have been an improvement, but LeTerrier knocked The Incredible Hulk out of the park, with a great script, a great cast and enough hidden "Easter eggs" to fill a comic geek's longbox. The 3-Disc Special Edition DVD (the "Hulkier" version described here) has a ton of extras, including the cut Captain America cameo, and while that extra in particular isn't all it could be, the rest are pure, gamma-irradiated goodness that will make you want to punch William Hurt in the mouth, in the best way possible.
The 13 episodes of the first season of Chuck are worth buying the DVD even if it weren't loaded with special features. And, while there aren't as many extras as some recent TV on DVD sets, almost all that's here is worthwhile. To wit...
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