Richard Kelly gets another crack at "Donnie Darko" with "The Director's Cut," people die in extremely bizarre ways in "Saw," Gael Garcia Bernal goes on a roadtrip in "The Motorcycle Diaries," a documentary filmmaker risks his health in "Super Size Me," and Queen Latifah takes Jimmy Fallon on a wild cab ride in "Taxi."
First-time writer/director hit one out of the park with "Donnie Darko," a sci-fi adventure romantic time-traveling drama starring Jake Gyllenhaal. Now with the release of the Director's Cut, Kelly gets to add in elements he intended to include in the theatrical release. Bonus features include commentary by Kelly and Kevin Smith, a production diary, and a fan mockumentary.
Gael Garcia Bernal stars as Ernesto Guevara De La Serna and Rodrigo de la Serna plays Alberto Granado in this story of two young men who discover themselves and their country in "The Motorcycle Diaries," based on true events. Bonus features include deleted scenes and a Making Of featurette.
Documentary filmmaker Morgan Spurlock travels to 20 cities interviewing experts while sticking to a diet consisting only of food from McDonalds. Bonus features include interviews and deleted scenes.
"Saw" opens with two strangers awakening to find themselves chained to pipes on opposite sides of what seems to be some kind of decrepit industrial bathroom. Neither remembers how they got there or who did this to them. Between them lies another total stranger, face down in a pool of blood. In one hand is the gun he apparently blew his own brains out with, in the other is a tape recorder. Bonus features include commentary tracks and a Making Of featurette.
Queen Latifah plays a tough talking taxi driver. Jimmy Fallon is a cop who can't drive. The two partner you to catch supermodel bank robbers. Bonus features include deleted scenes and five featurettes.