Special features include up-front previews; five extended/deleted scenes with optional commentary by Director Tim Story; a two-part making-of documentary (46 minutes); an interactive Fantasticar gallery; the following featurettes: The Fantasticar: State Of The Art (ten minutes), The Power Cosmic (15 Minutes), Sentinel Of The Spaceways: Comic Book Origins Of The Silver Surfer (38 minutes), Character Design With Special Motion (17 minutes), and Scoring The Fantastic (four minutes); a stills gallery; and additional trailers.
DVD General Information
20th Century Fox Home Entertainment
For sequences of action violence, some mild language and innuendo.
Mr. Fantastic Dr. Reed (Gruffudd) and Invisible Woman Sue Storm (Alba) are busy planning their upcoming wedding when a mysterious alien
The anamorphically enhanced 2.38:1 DVD can look very good, with good shadow delineation and well-captured details. Black levels can be slightly murky, but contrast is balanced well and colors are bold and vibrant. Fleshtones have a subtly pink tone, but color fidelity is generally natural. Source element artifacts are not noticeable, but compression artifacts and edge enhancement can become problematic. (Danny Richelieu)
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