Disc One: Two commentaries are about equal in content but, one is a PIP version with Roland Emmerich only. I didn’t find either to be that riveting.
The Alternate Ending was alright to watch but I didn’t think it would have fit very well.
Miscellaneous trailers, movieIQ and BD-Live round things out.
Disc Two: Deleted Scenes, Roland Emmerich: The Master of the Modern Epic, Music Video, Interactive Mayan Calendar, Designing the End of the World, Science Behind the Destruction, The End of the World: The Actor's Perspective, Making of the Music Video, Countdown to the Future, More Trailers.
The deleted scenes were forgettable but ‘Designing the End of the World’ was an interesting featurette.
Disc Three: Digital Copy (Yeah) Sony has the right idea, offer two editions. A digital copy is worth $5 more and if someone doesn't want all of the extras, they can buy a less feature laden edition. I'm sure that it is cost prohibitive to have multiple editions for every movie but, it still really annoys me when there is no digital copy offered.
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