If you’ve read my cinema review of this movie, you already know how I felt about it. So I won’t repeat that here.
So, how does the DVD compare? Very well actually. The transfer is good, and the special features (mostly background info on the movie, and special effects, etc.) are interesting, absorbing and long.
The film itself is, of course, the same, but at home, you can chat to your wife during the bits which bug you, and talk about the bits you enjoyed, which is why it scores five more on DVD than it did for the cinema release!
It’s good, clean-ish, entertaining, fun. Edge of your seat action. Rent it first, if you like it, buy it.