Tony Scott can be fantastic("True Romance") or horrible(Domino), and "Enemy of the State", while imperfect, is close to fantastic! Will Smith and Gene Hackman star in this non-stop thriller, revolving around an NSA director(Jon Voight)willing to kill anyone preventing his agency or self, from having unlimited spying powers. When a killing, orchestrated by Voight, captured on video, ends up with Will Smith, the weight of the government powers ensue to take him down.
BUENA VISTA has preserved the film's 2.35:1 aspect ratio "with" 16:9 enhancement. It's a far superior looking image than the previous version. The colors are much richer and contrast is perfect. None of the grain found in the previous version is here, and the image is demonstration quality!
The Dolby Digital 5.1 mix is aggressive, offering creative, involving, discrete and panning effects from beginning to end. Dialogue is always intelligible and well balanced within layers of effects.
The film is slightly longer(8 minutes) but we couldn't tell which scenes were new. Extras including two deleted scenes and a featurette are included.