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  • Actors: New England Patriots, Carolina Panthers
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English (Unknown)
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: NFL
  • DVD Release Date: February 24, 2004
  • Run Time: 180 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00011D1GS
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,544 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Special Features

  • Contains in-depth game analysis and Super Bowl recap
  • World broadcast feed of the Super Bowl with Dick Stockton and Daryl Johnston
  • Media Day coverage
  • Post-game sounds & never-before-seen Quick Hits segment
  • Jump to any New England regular season and playoff game recap

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Product Description

Own the most anticipated and watched sporting event of the year. Complete with highlights from the regular season, playoffs and Super Bowl XXXVIII. The 2004 release will contain 3 full hours of Super Bowl coverage including live game broadcast, NFL Films regular season, playoff and Super Bowl highlights, and a behind-the-scenes look at the Super Bowl.

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You don't have to be a New England Patriots fan to enjoy this 3-hour DVD from NFL Films, but it sure helps. The highlight is found in the extras--every play from Super Bowl XXXVIII (the best ever, dare we say?), in which the Patriots prevailed 32-29 over the Carolina Panthers. Using the TV feed for visuals with the radio feed with Dick Stockton, you can view every play in just over an hour with a great deal of the excitement still intact. On-screen graphics and a few replays keep you in the action, and only purists will resist the chance to relive the exciting game in this condensed format. Other extras include in-depth game analysis, highlights from "media day," and post-game interviews (some right on the field). Unlike previous highlight packages, there are no performances from the pre-game or notorious halftime show. The main hour-long program recaps the Patriots 17-win season with NFL Films' winning mix of excellent photography, invigorating music, tightly edited player interviews, and the poetic mastery of narrator Harry Kalas. --Doug Thomas

Customer Reviews

The other highlight of the bonus features is the post-game Super Bowl interviews.
Zach Everson
Watch the section in the Super Bowl recap that shows Brady taking hits from the Panthers.
Spiehler
You get to see every play of one of the best Super Bowls ever in just under 70 minutes.
Brad

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Brad on March 1, 2004
Two years ago, I laughed at some of the reviews of the Patriots' DVD for that first championship season, as I found it ludicrous that people could actually complain that the DVD did not contain the complete Super Bowl game. As I stated at the time in an Amazon.com review, when had NFL Films ever done that?
Well, with this DVD, that has changed. In one of the best "extra features" you could ever ask for on a DVD, every play of the Super Bowl is included--in an edited "world broadcast" that cuts out breaks between plays and commercials. You get to see every play of one of the best Super Bowls ever in just under 70 minutes. Incredible to say the least! Other extras such as "EA Sports", media day before the Super Bowl, and the post-Super Bowl player comments are also decent features, but the "world broadcast" takes the cake.
So how about the main feature, which is a highlight film of the entire Patriots season? Well, as usual with NFL Films, the job done with that is top-notch. Sure, diehard fans could always ask for more details to be included at certain points in the season (I can think of a few); but overall I'd say all the best of this amazing Patriots season is there. From the opening day humiliating 31-0 loss to Buffalo through the 15-game winning streak culminating with one of the most exciting and bizarre Super Bowls of all time, all games are covered. For sure, Patriots fans will love this; and diehard NFL fans (who don't hate the Pats, that is) will also likely enjoy it.
If this is to be considered the sequel to the first Patriots Super Bowl Champions video, this sequel is every bit as good as the original. Strongly recommended as a wonderful collection of memories and highlights that Patriots fans will want to watch again and again.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By forrie on February 24, 2004
SUPER BOWL XXXVIII was unforgetable (especially if you were a Patriots fan) and ranked as one of the TOP 5 SUPER BOWLS.
Now the NFL Productions, Warner Brothers Entertainment Inc. and distributed by Warner Home Video Inc. has meticulously assembled over 180 minutes of the Super Bowl Sunday experience for our Home Theatre DVD enjoyment! This is an outstanding effort with no short cuts and plenty of emotional / adrenaline pumping excitement! This Standard Format HDTV DVD is a real joy to watch!!!!!
The Super Bowl Champion New England Patriots (2nd Super Bowl Victory in the last 3 years) played a formidable adversary in the Carolina Panthers and through a nail biting 60 minutes squeaked an Adam Vinatari field goal victory in the last 8 seconds of the game. (same scenario in XXXVI)
Summary of DVD: (1) A 63 minute recap/highlights of the Patriots 2003 regular/playoff/super bowl victory. This amazing season yeilded a 17-2 record and a 15 game winning streak (only bested by a 17-0 Miami Dolphin run). (2) A 23 minute "EA Sports NFL Matchup" recap show. (3) A 69 minute "World Broadcast" featuring ALL the excitement of the entire Bowl game. (4) "Media Day" candid player/coaches interviews. (5) "Post Game Sounds" of the press conferences and (6) "Quick Hits" A grab bag of Super Bowl Sunday's sights & sounds.
This was an incredible season for the "New England Patriots" and their true team dedication has become the bench mark of CHAMPIONS. This is a must have DVD for your Home Theatre DVD libary. ENJOY!!!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Johnny Sideburns on November 12, 2004
In 2003 the New England Patriots were coming off a letdown 9-7 season when they failed to make the playoffs after winning Super Bowl XXXVI the year before. Within days of the start of the season they released veteran defensive leader Lawyer Milloy as a budgetary concern; he signed with division rival Buffalo and helped (along with fellow ex-Pat Drew Bledsoe) to humiliate his old squad to the tune of 31-0 on Opening Day.

And from there things got difficult. 4 weeks into the season they were a .500 team after losing to the Redskins (STEVE SPURRIER'S REDSKINS)...and from there the Patriots were absolutely perfect, winning every time they took the field.

The record itself is impressive enough...but the games that made up the 2003 season for the Patriots were the kinds of games that you expect to see a good team play over a period of years, not months within the same season. The overtime victory at Miami resulting from Tom Brady's big pass play following Olindo Mare's uncharacteristic field goal inaccuracy (those darn baseball infields)...the Monday Night Football battle in Denver featuring Coach Bill Belichick's called deliberate safety deep into the game calculating on his defense's chances of regaining both field position and the ball for Brady, who again proves a master of pinpoint passing accuracy...Adam Vinatieri providing a glimpse of tensions yet to come as he misses chip shot field goals in Reliant Stadium versus Houston (before winning that game in overtime)...the "one for the ages" goalline stand against the Colts in Indianapolis in a game of "Can you top this?" big plays that ultimately decided the home field advantage for the rematch in the playoffs...the snow in Gillette Stadium and the joy of the fans in the Miami rematch...
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