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The Phenomenon: The Comic That Changed Comics: The original graphic novel's groundbreaking impact
All 11 Watchmen video journals
My Chemical Romance "Desolation Row" music video
Also on the disc
The extended director's cut restores 24 minutes of connective tissue to the 162-minute film, most significantly the last scene of Hollis Mason, the first Nite Owl. Other elements help restore and fill in details that had been in the graphic novel. Fans of the film will be glad for the extra footage but there's nothing momentous that will change anyone's basic like or dislike of the film.
The second disc has the documentary "The Phenomenon: The Comic That Changed Comics," 29 min.), which looks at the original graphic novel and its themes, and interviews artist Dave Gibbons, DC Comics executives Jenette Kahn and Paul Levitz, and cast and crew, illustrating its points with scenes from the movie, panels from the graphic novel, and parts of the motion comic. There's also My Chemical Romance's "Desolation Row" music video and the 11 video journals that helped stir up excitement leading up to the theatrical run. No longer available is a Digital Copy of the film (compatible with both iTunes and Windows Media; download code expires July 21, 2010)l. --David Horiuchi
Where is Christopher Nolan when you need him? If the choice of having shaggy old Bob Dylan's song, "The Times They Are-a-changin" didn't clue you in that you are about to watch a... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Eric
Watchmen is my favorite movie of all time, and this movie is packed to the gills with special features, behind the scenes action, and all sorts of unique features, including an... Read morePublished 2 days ago by galli
This is one strange, deep and thoughtful movie. It is one, I will watch more than once just to absorb all of the underlying meaning and messages. Read morePublished 9 days ago by MickV
This movie is the best story I've ever seen to show examples of the human condition of the "good guy". Read morePublished 17 days ago by Necromancer
Hands down, the greatest graphic novel in history. Zack Snyder who takes the reigns for directing the feature film adaptation dives straight into a different time throughout the... Read morePublished 23 days ago by Rob S.
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|Purchased a rental from amazon instant video..its not showing in my...||
I am having the same problem. It seems their "Instant" video is not very instant. I'm really frustrated and will probably never bother with this ridiculous service ever again. I'm very surprised that Amazon would fail this badly.
Jun 26, 2011 by Amazon Customer | See all 27 posts
|Why so many people insulting those who give negative reviews?||
It's the nutty people who are fans of the director. I wrote a bad review of 300 and was accused of being a pedophile. I thought the movie totally sucked. The original was 10 times better.
Jan 12, 2012 by Michael L. Wolff | See all 2 posts
This is the Warner press release for the DVD specs:
Director's Cut (additional 25 min.) Newly included footage contains more Rorschach and a scene of Hollis Mason's death.
The Warner Bros. studio has released the specs for the upcoming release of 'Watchmen' on DVD and Blu-Ray, hitting retail... Read More
Jun 4, 2009 by Jem | See all 6 posts
|not available on video on demand yet? anybody got it?||
Yup,ditto. I'm guessing VoD processing isn't nearly as fast as their automailer.
Jul 21, 2009 by Marcus A. Vitchell | See all 59 posts
|Is the rumored "Black Freighter Cut" coming out?||
Zack Snyder announced at a press junket about plans for Watchmen on DVD. It is as follows:
Summer/July: Director's Cut. This cut will feature "99% of what we shot," footage which Zack Snyder said he liked. The run time on this edition will be just over 3 hours long, compared to the... Read More
Jun 4, 2009 by Jem | See all 11 posts
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