"The Best Of Blu-ray, Volume 1" includes: "Lethal Weapon" - With over seven minutes of previously unavailable scenes, the director's cut of "Lethal Weapon" is a long-overdue present for fans. Riggs's solitary homelife and the tragic loss spurring him in a reckless disregard for his own safety now come into greater focus. We see that recklessness is new scenes underlining the differences between the two cops. Murtaugh, just 50, needs reassurance about his skills at a firing range. Riggs, not caring if he sees another birthday, coolly walks into a schoolyard sniper's field of fire. All the humor and adrenaline that made this original an entertainment milestone are here, too. No scenes have been removed. But new action and new insight are now included. Include yourself in the excitement. "Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior" - One of the most mind-blowing stunt movies ever made. Mel Gibson first made his movie mark as loner Mad Max, driving the roads of a post-apocalypse Australian outback and helping the scraggly defenders of a fuel-depot encampment against murderous marauders "Swordfish" - When the DEA shut down its dummy corporation operation codenamed "Swordfish" in 1986, they had generated $400 million which they let sit around; fifteen years of compound interest has swelled it to $9.5 billion. A covert counter-terrorist unit called Black Cell, headed by the duplicitous and suave Gabriel Shear, wants the money to help finance their raise-the-stakes vengeance war against international terrorism, but it's all locked away behind super-encryption. He brings in convicted hacker Stanley Jobson, who only wants to see his daughter Holly again but can't afford the legal fees, to slice into the government mainframes and get the money. "Training Day" - Rookie cop Jake Hoyt wants to stop crooks, not become one. But staying on the right side of the line that separates cop from criminal will be more challenging than anything he's faces. Because Hoyt's senior partner for the next 24 hours is Alonzo Harris, an undercover narc meaner than any of L.A.'s mean streets. In a powerful departure from his frequent good-guy roles, Denzel Washington plays Harris, the twisted but charismatic detective who both attracts and repels as he becomes the kind of thug he's supposed to collar. Ethan Hawke plays unseasoned recruit Hoyt. And Antoine Fuqua ("The Replacement Killers," "Bait") directs, guiding a cast that includes music stars Dr. Dre, Macy Gray and Snoop Dogg. "Training Day." It's a day of reckoning.
DVD Special Features: Director and Cinematographer Commentary, Additional Scenes, Alternate Endings, Interviews, Making-of Featurettes, Music Videos
Audio Tracks: Dolby Digital