I just bought "The Replacement Killers" on DVD. The disk is pan&scan on one side, and widescreen on the other. So in an effort to bring my dad into the wonderfull world of widescreen and demonstrate how much more you see, we were doing comparissons between the wide and p&s versions of the film. At the very beginning of the film, a bullet is placed on a table, and a closeup is done. In the widescreen version, the top 1/4 of the bullet is not viewable, but more of the table to the sides in viewed. In the p&s version, the ENTIRE BULLET is viewed, top to bottom! My dad immediatly proclaimed that widescreen simply cuts the top and bottom of the image off. What in the world is going on here? Shouldn't the widescreen version have all the vertical info, plus extra horizontal info as well? Why is the top of the bullet cut off? Now I'm annoyed thinking that I'm watching the movie in what I consider "superior" widescreen, while I'm really trading the cut-off picture from p&s for a different cut-off picture in widescreen!!! Jonny K.