Special features include up-front previews, seven deleted scenes, an alternate ending, and the following featurettes: Balls Out: The Making Of Balls Of Fury (14 minutes) and Under The Balls: The Life Of A Ball Wrangler (five minutes).
Randy Daytona (Fogler) is a disgraced former ping-pong champion who is drawn back into the world of competitive, high-stakes table tennis by the F.B.I., to carry out a top secret mission. Randy is recruited to ferret out the the notoriously evil, Feng (Walken), whose thriving criminal empire has transformed him into a truce menace to society. Hopefully, Randy
The anamorphically enhanced 1.84:1 DVD exhibits murky black levels that can cause the image to look flat and lifeless. Details are captured well, though, with good resolution, especially in the close shots. Colors are generally undersaturated, and the color palette is typically limited to hues of red and brown. Shadow delineation is adequately well resolved, but the darkest portions of the image are flat. Edge enhancement and compression artifacts are noticeable throughout. (Danny Richelieu)
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