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PCM English 5.1, Dolby Digital English 5.1, Dolby Digital French 5.1, Dolby Digital Spanish 5.1
Special features (480i or 480p standard definition, 2.0 stereo):
Nine additional scenes with introductions by director Martin Scorsese
The Story of the Boston Mob: the real-life gangster behind Jack Nicholson's character
Crossing Criminal Cultures: how Little Italy's crime and violence influence Scorsese's work
Such convenient coincidences might sink a lesser film, but The Departed is so electrifying that you barely notice the plot-holes. And while Nicholson's profane swagger is too much "Jack" and not enough "Costello," he's still a joy to watch, especially in a film that's additionally energized by memorable (and frequently hilarious) supporting roles for Alec Baldwin, Mark Wahlberg, and a host of other big-name performers. The Departed also makes clever and plot-dependent use of cell-phones, to the extent that it couldn't exist without them. Powered by Scorsese's trademark use of well-chosen soundtrack songs (from vintage rock to Puccini's operas), The Departed may not be perfect, but it's one helluva ride for moviegoers, proving popular enough to become the biggest box-office hit of Scorsese's commercially rocky career. --Jeff Shannon
This is one of the best movies I have ever seen!
What a great cast--- Leo DiCaprio, Matt Damon, Martin Sheen, Alec Baldwin, Mark Wahlberg, Jack Nicholson....they are all just awesome and give superior performances.
This is a well done film on the Mafia with Great acting by all the actors and a very good story .
Great acting by great actors top to bottom. I loved this movie with its beavy of strong character's and solid plot.Published 10 hours ago by david lee corbitt
This is a riveting, action packed film that is fueled by some of the industries best.Published 12 hours ago by Daniel Reiter
Watched this movie before and it was hella good. Quality from Amazon is epic. stoked!Published 4 days ago by Kahealani Enoka
I decided to take a chance on purchasing the departed movie dvd from my Walmart job around three to four weeks ago because it was only five dollars and featured the images of these... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Stella Carrier
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|Same content as single version DVD or the two-disc collectors?||
The single disc edition contains just the movie. The 2 disc version has deleted scenes, a couple shorts on mob life, and some other stuff. So if you want extras, it's the 2-disc version for you.
Feb 11, 2007 by G. Fiumara | See all 3 posts
|Why do they keep bringing out Combo HD DVD/Standard DVDs?||
Yeah, I agree it is stupid. Since they sell for about $30+ in stores, I just get on here and you can usually find someone selling them new for about $20.
May 27, 2007 by CGL | See all 3 posts
|What's the difference between this version and the one from 2007?||
From what I can tell the one from 2010 is a few dollars more. I don't know why though.
Oct 17, 2010 by Arturo Nuno | See all 2 posts
|What is missing...||
It's actually only about $7 more than the normal widescreen edition so I would have to say that the picture and sound benefits of blu ray outweigh your concerns. I just received the blu ray version from amazon yesterday and it blew me away.
Feb 21, 2007 by S. Mathews | See all 5 posts
I've pre-ordered CDs and DVDs before from Amazon and usually got them on the day of release. There were a few instances of not getting them until the next day, but usually same day as release.
DO NOT pre-order video games from Amazon, you'll see them 2 weeks later, if you're lucky enough.
Feb 12, 2007 by Eric B. Young | See all 2 posts
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