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Product Details

  • Actors: New England Patriots, Philadelphia Eagles
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • 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: Vivendi Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: March 1, 2005
  • Run Time: 180 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0006Q94BY
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #23,002 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Special Features

  • Patriots season, playoff and Super Bowl highlights
  • Live Super Bowl broadcast - every play of the game
  • Collectable insert with team record, photos
  • Half time Show featuring Paul McCartney
  • Interviews with key players and coaches
  • Behind-the-scenes look at the Super Bowl
  • Pre-game predictions and post-game analysis

Editorial Reviews

Own the most anticipated and watched sporting event of the year, Super Bowl 39, in which the New England Patriots beat the Philadelphia Eagles to win their third Super Bowl in four years. The DVD includes highlights from the regular season, the playoffs, and the big game itself--over 3 full hours of Super Bowl coverage and behind the scenes action.

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This was a great way to relive the memories of their 3 wins in 4 years.
DC Vision
If you like football, and enjoy the excitement of the Superbowl, you can now own the magic of the big game on DVD thanks to Warner Home Video.
Dorrie Wheeler
Its a great compilation, wish it had more footage from each of the regular/playoff games and included some interviews from more players.
HNag

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39 of 41 people found the following review helpful By C. Baker VINE VOICE on March 11, 2005
This New England Patriots Super Bowl XXXIX video is simply a must have for New England Patriots fans, despite some of its drawbacks.

This video is essentially an hour-long highlights reel of the New England Patriot's 2004 season. It has highlights of each and every regular season and playoff game, and of course a more detailed highlights package of the Super Bowl itself. The video is interspersed with sound bites from player and coach interviews and the sidelines throughout the season.

The video does not do a great job of building drama throughout the regular season and the playoffs. But of course, there wasn't all that much drama given New England only lost two games and went 14-2. It does, however, do a decent job spotlighting the impact of the regular season loss to Pittsburgh and the mounting injuries to the team's defensive backs. It also does a good job of profiling Cory Dillon's impact on the Patriot's running game during the regular season and playoffs and gives Troy Brown's defensive back play some much deserved airtime. Like last year, I wish the video had more highlights, more commentary, and more inside information. But overall, it was a mostly complete package.

The best part of the DVD was it has the entire international game broadcast on it. It is awesome to have the entire game on DVD as a keepsake, even though I also taped it on VHS. This year the announcers for that broadcast were Dick Stockton and Darryl Johnston, who I thought were excellent. It is without commercials, of course, and includes key statistics during the game and shots of fans and replays. It's a surprising well-edited film of the game given the speed with which the DVD was produced.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By db on April 4, 2014
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I got this DVD as one of my Dad's birthday gift. It was the off-season and we are both huge Patriots fans anxiously awaiting the pre-season. I came over for the party and we sat down with a pizza and watched Tom Brady lead the Patriots to another superbowl, what's could be better? The DVD itself is basically an hour or so long narrated overview of the season with the top highlights and a bit of history on the players and team mixed in. This part is entertaining but I was pretty disappointed it didn't have the actual playoff games like I thought. The only full game it has is the Superbowl broadcast.

One important thing to note is, the Superbowl is considered an extra feature. My father and I were extremely disappointed at first because we thought the Superbowl broadcast wasn't on here. I tried looking in the bonus features and there it was. Kind of strange, but oh well.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Dan McKinnon VINE VOICE on June 9, 2005
It's funny, this DVD feels just like the 2004 season -- "Yawn, just another Super Bowl for the Patriots!!"

Well, I am a HUGE Patriots fan, but even the recap on the disc and the whole DVD has that feel where it's kind of just run of the mill now that the Patriots win all the time. If you are a Patriots fan you will enjoy watching the good guys run to their 3rd title, but you won't get the goosebumps that you do when you pop the Super Bowl XXXVI DVD in (albeit it's much shorter). The special features get better every year, but I didn't enjoy this DVD as much as the 2001 and 2003 editions, but it's still worth the price of admission.

*** RECOMMENDED
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By Bowman TOP 500 REVIEWER on January 25, 2015
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Let these DVD releases serve as a peaceful refuge to all Patriot fans who have endured all of the overblown hatred that has been heaped upon us this week. It's controversies like these that weed out the "fair weather" fans which is not such a bad thing. It's been a hell of a year for the NFL and though our New England team seems to be the longest trending target of modern "hate-joy" let us take a moment to properly recognize other deserving media fueled controversies.

There was the Pittsburgh Steelers & "shouldergate" (1978), the Cleveland Browns & "bottlegate" (2001), the New York Jets & "tripgate" (2010), Super Bowl XLV & "seatgate" (2011), the New Orleans Saints & "bountygate" 2012, and the Denver Broncos & "bumpgate" (2014). And in all fairness the NFL does not hold the patent on foolishness.

Other fine sports have also contributed with "bibgate", "bladegate", "bloodgate", "bumpergate", "buttongate", "crashgate", "fendergate", "grannygate", "homeworkgate", "indygate", "Lleytgate", "moggigate", "napgate", "ovalgate", "Partygate", "ponygate", "sirengate" (1), "sirengate" (2), "sonicsgate", "spygate" (1)**, "sodagate", "tatoogate", "tigergate" & finally "toiletgate".

I sometimes wonder if anyone even remembers where the term "gate" originated and that it was not a controversy over water. My personal favorite example of modern hypocrisy can be found in Don Shula's recent usage of the word "Beli-cheat". You see, in 1969 the owner of the Miami Dolphins signed Shula to a contract while he was still employed as head coach of the Baltimore Colts. Miami would be investigated for tampering and this cost the team its first round pick the following year.

Funny how no one seems to reference this into the conversation.
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