Cheaper By The DozenDETAILS:
In this family comedy, Steve Martin and Bonnie Hunt shine as parents trying to maintain the perfect balance between their careers and their family — a brood of 12 kids. As heartwarming and funny as this movie is, though, the 1950s Myrna Loy-Clifton Webb classic scores higher — and the book is best. EXTRAS:
It’s loaded with bonus material, including extended and deleted scenes, and a behind-the-scenes featurette on creating a fictional family.
The Matrix: Revolutions DETAILS:
The long-awaited, much-anticipated showdown between man and machine finally takes place in this conclusion to one of the most successful film franchises in history. And lo and behold, we’re all still here. Whatever will we do now? Oh, right, play the video game.EXTRAS:
For anyone still trying to make sense of it all, there are at least 10 bonus featurettes that outline all aspects of anything and everything Matrix related (how it was made, stunts and special effects, a timeline, photo galleries), as well as a preview of the online Matrix game.
Kill Bill Volume 1DETAILS:
After being shot in the head and left for dead on her wedding day (and at the altar no less), Uma Thurman, aka The Bride/former assassin Black Mamba, is out for some serious revenge — which suits Thurman quite well, as it earned her a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actress in a Drama this year. EXTRAS:
Besides a behind-the-scenes featurette with writer/director Quentin Tarantino, there’s not much else of note. But after Volume 2 comes out, you can be sure there will be a special edition release full of extras.