Includes audio commentary, trivia questions, storyboard comparisons, DVD-ROM features, an HBO making-of featurette, and a featurette on animal training, puppets, and animatronics. There are semi-hidden goodies that reveal features like concept sketches and Mr. Tinkles screen tests.
Also available in a separately released full screen edition.
An epic war is brewing. A top-secret, ultra-high-tech struggle for global domination right under our noses. The battlefield is the alley, the backyard, the house. The warriors are Cats & Dogs! Witness this epic "tail" of what happens when an eccentric professor (Goldblum) makes a discovery that could tip the age-old balance of pet-power. Now, a beagle pup named Lou (voiced by Tobey Maguire) is about to begin the ultimate mission im-paws-ible: to save humanity from a total cat-tastrophe!
The anamorphically enhanced 1.78:1 DVD picture looks great! Images are sharp and detailed with excellent contrast and shadow delineation. Colors are rich and vibrant, with accurate fur and flesh tones, and deep blacks. There is very little edge enhancement and no distracting pixelization for a picture that should surely delight. (Suzanne Hodges)
The multichannel soundtrack is splendid and should certainly offer a delightful and entertaining listening experience. The 5.1-channel Dolby
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