The image, shown in its original aspect ratio of 2.35:1 on a dual layer disc, is excellent. As with most Columbia/TriStar discs, it uses an anamorphic transfer, making it look all the better. The film, which ranges from darkness to bright sunlight to rain-drenched nights, looks great and shows no signs of artifacts or other annoying elements. The sound is equally impressive, with a number of language choices. Both Cantonese and English have a Dolby Digital 5.1 mix, as well as a basic and less impressive (Dolby Digital 2.0) stereo track. There are a number of directional effects, from both the front-right and left as well as from the surround speakers. It's a great combination. The disc does have both English and French subtitles, as well a fair amount of extra features, the most prominent being a half-hour documentary on the making of the film. Though short, it has everything from cast and crew interviews to a look at the impressive miniature effects. Inside this documentary is a teaser trailer for the film, and a music video (&"You Can't Stop Me,") sung by the lead actors. The disc also has a number of deleted scenes, though it might be better to simply call them extended versions of scenes already in the film. There are two trailers, one for this film and one for Jackie Chan's Who Am I?. Once again Columbia/TriStar releases a quality DVD, which is far from unusual for this studio.