After you either watch the whole thing, or in sections, the only remaining extra is a photo gallery, but to be honest, you'll be pretty exhausted not to mention feeling somewhat having gained a far greater insight in to the making of this chapter in the quadrilogy. This is definitely one of the best extras on disk I've seen, not just for the depth, but for the honesty of the participants and for Fox to be brave enough to be that open about it.
A much maligned, hugely criticised and very different movie than one expected, this is something that has definitely aged better than most as well as needing to be seen in this fuller vision for it to be truly coherent. Some may argue that I am being far too kind, but I will disagree as to me, this was a brave attempt at moving away from guns'n'ammo and into an almost apocalyptic vision of the future of mankind. It's not going to be for everyone's tastes, but to ultimately bash the movie for where it failed to be in-line with its predecessor is to not view the film on its own strengths, those being a dark, downbeat movie, with much more in common with the original than the no-brains action movie that came afterwards. The DTS soundtrack is certainly better than the Dolby but there are issues with the soundtrack due to the extra bits inserted, but given that you can't have everything, this is definitely worth grabbing hold of.
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