Well, I just watched this about 10 minutes ago and have never seen the movie prior. First and foremost... yes, this movie had a predictable ending and it seemed that Frank Oz and/or Kario Salem/Lem Dobbs/Scott Marshall Smith ran out of ideas on how to end the movie, but other than that I though the movie was awesome. It is Enhanced for 16:9 which is something I cannot take advantage of yet, but still enjoyed the widescreen. The DVD only has Dolby Digital 5.1 and for me the use of surrounds was weak and didn't use the low frequency much, but the film itself didn't require it so that really isn't a complaint rather than an observation. The features include: Theatrical Trailer, The making of The Score, Additional Footage, and a commentary track by director Frank Oz and Director of photography Rob Hahn. I only checked out the trailer, The making of and the Additional footage. The making of The Score. was very lame because it was another "Making Of" that really only shows scenes from the movie and shows the actors/crew commenting on the movie (I play the character such and such and he/she did this and thinks that... blah blah) which I personally feel is not really a "Making Of" so much as it is a "Spotlight On." So for those who are interested in more "Making of" documentaries that show behind the scenes and the like, you'll probably (most likely be) disappointed with this. The Trailer was also in widescreen and 5.1. The Additional footage was interesting because it has 3 additional shots including a Brando and DeNiro improv scene and all three were in widescreen. Well, that's it, enjoy.