Published on December 29, 2007
There, all Bourne wanted was to disappear. Now, having lost his memory and the one person he loved, he has only one objective: to go back to the beginning and find out who he was. Whilst Pamela Landy (Joan Allen) has decided to leave Bourne alone, CIA deputy director Noah Vosen (David Strathairn) has other plans. He believes that Bourne is still dangerous and must be eliminated before he finds out his true identity and takes the CIA down with him.
The Disc: Two versions have been released, a cheaper one-disc package and a two-disc collector's combo.
The features with the one disc package include deleted scenes and five featurettes, among them "Man on the Move: Jason Bourne (scenes from Berlin; Paris; London; Madrid and Tangier locations)", "Rooftop Pursuit", and "New York Chase".
The two-disc combo is better value for Bourne fans, as it features a deleted chase scene in "Big City Action" and "The Evolution of Nicky - Our Treadstone Field Operative Nicolette Persons".
The cover price for the one-disc version is Bt599 and it's selling for between Bt420 and Bt520. The two-disc version has a Bt799 cover price and is in the stores for between Bt620 and Bt720.
The Story: After 18 years as a hit TV show, America's most dysfunctional family comes to the big screen in this hilarious animated feature. Homer accidentally causes an environmental catastrophe, which could doom Springfield forever. What follows is his quest to save the city and rescue his family.
The Disc: Bonus features are a director's commentary, deleted scenes, an alternative ending and a few random clips. Audio languages are English, Chinese and Thai and subtitle options are English, Cantonese, Mandarin, Korean, Malay, Bahasa and Thai.
The cover price is Bt449 and the DVD is selling for between Bt320 and Bt420.
by parinyaporn pajee