Directors' commentary; scene specific commentary by special effects supervisor Richard Edlund; subtitle commentary by various cast and crew members; deleted sequences; bloopers reel; full length screenplay; featurette; still photo gallery; interactive magazine articles; three theatrical trailers; seven TV spots; newscasts; DVD-ROM game demos;
The first review is totally true the Die Hard trilogy is a blast.
More than 1 year ago
To start off, there isn't a 6-Star rating, or I would be chosing that. For you see, The ''Die Hard'' series started it's own kind of movie genre. And that deserves the most credit it can get. The series uses its high octane action, along with its wittiness (especially shown in my favorite of the three ''Die Hard: With A Vengeance''). It can probably be descibed as going on a 6-hour roller coaster ride, without a chance to take a full breath of air. As for the DVD specs, the video quality is excellent, a wicked inprovement from the original, non-special edition DVD Collection. This new DVD Collection takes you even further into a true movie expreience by adding an anamorphic video transfer. The audio, however, is flawless. Especially with a new DTS track. You honestly feel like you're ''in the movie''. As far as extras go, Fox truly created a satisfying ''Special Edition'' of each film! Extras spew from the discs, exploding onto the screen, with non-stop entertainment. . . almost as much as the movie brings. . . okay, that was too far. Anyhow, this is truly a DVD Collection to put on your shelf. It should be on everyone's shelf. Okay, do this: Just click on the ''Add to Cart'' icon beside the picture and I guarantee you won't be disappointed. Yippee-Ki-Yay. . .