Jack Lemmon and Tony Curtis are bitter rivals in director Blake Edwards' hilarious road comedy The Great Race. Warner's work on this 2.35:1 anamorphic widescreen transfer is stunning. With rich textures and dark black levels, this transfer appears to be a stunningly great reproduction of the original print. While a few slight instances of dirt and edge enhancement abound, overall this is a very pleasing image that will surely please fans. The soundtrack is presented in a newly remixed Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround mix in English. While the film's age means a lack of directional effects, overall this new soundtrack is a very welcome addition to the disc. No excessive distortion or hiss is heard in any of the dialogue, music, or effects. Also included on this disc is a French Dolby Mono soundtrack, as well as Spanish, English, French, Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Thai, and Portuguese subtitles. The extra features on The Great Race are small but entertaining - included on this disc is a very funny and strange "behind-the-scenes" documentary from the 1960s (which features a hearty voice-over actor commenting on what's going on), some cast and crew highlights, and an anamorphic widescreen theatrical trailer for the film.
This collection of sheet music features more than 250 classic rock songs for piano, voice, guitar and all C instruments. Tracks Included 1. All Right Now 2. Amanda 3. American Woman 4. Angie 5. Another One Bites the Dust 6. Baby, I Love Your Way 7. Back in the U.S.S.R. 8. Barracuda 9. Beast of Burden 10. Can't You See 11. Carry On Wayward Son 12. Centerfold 13. Cocaine 14. Come Sail Away 15. Don't Do Me Like That 16. Don't Stop 17. Dream On 18. Dust in the Wind 19. Every Breath You Take 20. Free Ride 21. Hurts So Good 22. I Shot the Sheriff 23. Imagine 24. I Want You to Want Me 25. It's Still Rock and Roll to Me 26. Killer Queen 27. Lay Down Sally 28. Layla 29. Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds 30. Maggie May 31. My Generation 32. Nights in White Satin 33. Owner of a Lonely Heart 34. Piano Man 35. Point of Know Return 36. Refugee 37. Rhiannon 38. Rock and Roll All Nite 39. Roxanne 40. Something 41. Summer of '69 42. Sunshine of Your Love 43. Susie-Q 44. Take the Long Way Home 45. Tears in Heaven 46. Walk This Way 47. We Will Rock You 48. White Room 49. Wonderful Tonight 50. You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet And more.
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The film that will no doubt take the cake for most outrageous film of 2004, Torque zooms to DVD with hot extras and a transfer that preserves every fuel-injected second of this over-the-top biker flick. Presented with a widescreen 2.35:1 picture and roaring 5.1 sound, the film will have you crying after your entertainment center gets through assaulting you with this sucker (Note: to truly appreciate Torque, the volume should be as incredibly loud as possible!) Just the like movie, the DVD turns it up to 11 with its extras, starting with the audio commentaries. Both take the cake for assembling almost the entire cast and creative crew behind the film, each track a fun and informative look at the process of making a film of this special quality. The first one has the director, Joseph Kahn, and nine, count them, nine cast members! Everyone but Ice Cube makes it, and because of that, the track never gets stale and has the same vibrancy as the movie (the film's main bad guy Matt Schulze's creepiness included!). The second track is pretty incredible, as its features Kahn along with the writer, cinematographer, visual effects supervisor, supervising sound editor, second unit director, editor, and last but not least, the production designer - with no producer to be found! If this isn't a first, then what is? Extras continue with two animatics that should only prove that the filmmakers knew exactly what they were making, dating back to pre-production. The Racing Animatic features a storyboard-to-live-action comparison of the unbelievable racing scene that opens the film, with Kahn making an appearance on the mike again as he discusses his nicely drafted storyboards, which are almost exactly what ended up on the finished film. The director makes just one more encore on a track with visual effects supervisor Eric Durst on the Train Animatic featurette, which shows visual comparisons of the storyboards, the computer-animated animatics, and the final film footage. The bonuses don't have multiple-angle features or anything complicated and that's what kind of makes them work. Extras are rounded out by a fun "Lean Low" music video by YoungbloodZ and the original theatrical trailer. All in all, this is a terrific disc from Warner Bros. and a benchmark for solid DVD releases.
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