"4 Film Favorites: Oliver Stone Collection" - "Any Given Sunday": Life is a contact sport and football is life when three-time Academy Award(R)-winning filmmaker Oliver Stone and a dynamic acting ensemble explore the fortunes of the Miami Sharks in "Any Given Sunday". At the 50-year line of this gridiron cosmos is Al Pacino as Tony D'Amato, the embattled Sharks coach facing a full-on blitz of team strife plus a new, marketing-savvy Sharks owner (Cameron Diaz) who's sure Tony is way too old school. "Alexander": Academy Award(R)-winning director Oliver Stone presents a breathtaking new cut of his sweeping epic film, "Alexander", the true story of the world's greatest warrior. Using new footage and dramatically reshaping dozens of scenes, he brings to life the overpowering forces and fierce personalities that forever changed history. Driven by a craving for his father's (Val Kilmer) love and brutal ambition of his mother (Angelina Jolie), Alexander (Colin Farrell) faced massive armies in Persia, Afghanistan and India and was never defeated. "Natural Born Killers": They didn't win a Nobel(R) Prize, throw a record fastball or travel another acceptable path to fame. What fugitive lovers Mickey and Mallory did was kill people. Lots of people. The media took care of the rest. As Mickey and Mallory, Woody Harrelson and Juliette Lewis portray the kind of crazy/mixed-up kids a demon has nightmares about. And Robert Downey Jr., Tommy Lee Jones, Tom Sizemore and Rodney Dangerfield make vivid impressions in this wild ride that packs a wallop. "Heaven and Earth": "Tommy Lee Jones burns through the screen like white phosphorous" ("Newhouse News Service") in Oliver Stone's powerful Vietnam saga of a man who fought, a woman who endured...and a love enmeshed in a war's brutality.
• Additional Scenes
• Alternate Ending
• Audio Commentary by Oliver Stone
• Music-Only Audio Track
• Instant Replay: Jump to Football Game Scenes
• "Chaos Rising: The Storm Around 'Natural Born Killers'"
• Alternate 30-Minute Opening of "Heaven and Earth" with Score from Kitaro
• Subtitles: English and French