I have watched so many DVD's that didn't do well in the box office and found quite a few of those movies actually turning out to be very good.
What about "The Thirteenth Floor"? Believe it or not...I really liked it!
It puts another spin to movies like the MATRIX (Note: This movie shouldn't be compared to the MATRIX) in which it covers high-tech, alternate worlds and the movie was done very well. Although it had some sections that were loose in the movie, the movie all in all was pretty good. I'm not sure how much it cost them to make this movie but the way they made the high-tech and the 1930 scenes were visually pleasing.
The video was very good in this drama but what I enjoyed the most for this DVD is the sound. Whoah! A scene with a gun shot and the glass breaking...one of my favorite demo segments to show friends of the capabilities of good 5.1 digital surround. I love it!
Now, the extra's. I wish their was deleted scenes included with the extra's but you get quite a bit of extras, not as many as I wanted though. I wanted to see more after the movie was done. The music video by the Cardigans was a nice extra and the theatrical trailer to test the sound on your 5.1 surround sound system with Godzilla is nice. I don't have a DVD-rom, so I can't comment on that. The galleries were short but you see what kind of plans they had for the movie and they did a good job with the scenery.
All in all, this is a DVD worth buying (if it's on sale). Many movie buyers who are fiscally conservative will skimp on this movie because they want the Matrix or a movie with major big major name actors. It's a shame because this movie is good and worth watching. The movie is worth taking a look because it's pretty good.