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MPAA Rating: PG-13 (For Intense Sequences of Violence, Disturbing Images, Language, Sexuality and a Drug-Related Scene)
Running Time: 89 Minutes
Starring: Bruce Willis, Radha Mitchell, Rosamund Pike, Boris Kodjoe with James Cromwell and Ving Rhames
Screenplay by: John Brancato & Michael Ferris
Directed by: Jonathan Mostow
Retail Price: $39.99
Features: Audio Commentary with Director Jonathan Mostow, Deleted Scenes, "I Will Not Bow" Music Video by Breaking Benjamin, A More Perfect You: The Science Of Surrogates, Breaking The Frame: A Graphic Novel Comes To Life
Specs: 2.40:1 Widescreen 1080p High Definition, English DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1, Spanish Dolby Digital 5.1, French Dolby Digital 5.1, English Subtitles, Spanish Subtitles, French Subtitles, Scene Selection
Released: January 26th, 2010
Standard Dolby Digital 5.1 tracks in French and Spanish are included, plus subtitles in English, French and Spanish.
There are a few supplements here, starting with an Audio Commentary with Director Jonathan Mostow. Mostow is a thoughtful and engaging speaker, covering a lot about the film's production, story points and themes. It's clear he gave a lot of thought in how to pull the movie off, and what he wanted to say in it. If you're interested in not just the film's design but bigger thoughts, this is well worth a listen.
There's also a Music Video for Breaking Benjamin's "I Will Not Bow."
The rest of the extras are exclusive to this Blu-ray release. A More Perfect You: The Science Of Surrogates is a featurette that runs around 15 minutes. It's a decent enough of making-of piece that only has your cast and crew interviews, but takes on a more relevant text by going into real-life robotics and a man who made an actual surrogate of himself. Maybe a bit on the typical side than anything really hard-hitting, those who liked the movie should check it out.
Breaking The Frame: A Graphic Novel Comes To Life is a 6-and-a-half minute piece that focuses on Robert Vendetti and Brett Weldele, the duo that created the graphic novel the film is based on. You get a glimpse of their original work, as the two talk about what their comic consisted of. Interesting, but I wish there was even more to this.
Finally, there are a few Deleted Scenes that total about 15 minutes.