Disc One of this two-disc set includes an audio/visual commentary track with director Andrew Stanton, co-director Lee Unkrich, and co-writer Bob Peterson that, at times during the movie, cuts to video clips and making-of segments that makes the movie
When Nemo (Gould), a little clownfish ventures out of the safety of his sea anemone home and away from his school teacher Mr. Ray, he is snatched up by a diver. Nemo
The anamorphically enhanced 1.78:1 DVD exhibits a digital-to-digital transfer that far exceeds expectations of what was sure to be an excellent picture. This DVD is downright stunning! Every vibrant color you can imagine is here in full, exciting saturation. The light and shadows undulate on the ocean floor, which is a perfect mix of sandy tan and gray. The orange stripes on Nemo and the other clownfish in the movie are impressively vivid; Dory
Iíve been reading WSR since Issue 1. I have never had any problem, any misunderstanding, or any doubt about their published articles or interviews. They are absolutely thrust full. The articles look like a Master Business Course. It is a fantastic well-written magazine with brilliant topics, thanks to the capacity of the editors and their teams. Years ago, I discussed this in Las Vegas with a George Lucas THX engineer, and at the end of two hours he agreed with me. My information was based on all the WSR issues I had read.