DVD REVIEWS: Disney Movies
Both titles come in packed two-disc sets. Cinderella has restored images that reveal intricate detail and vibrant color. There's a new, warm-sounding 5.1-channel Home Theater mix as well as the cleaned-up original mono soundtrack. Toy Story's all-digital transfer, made at a higher bit rate than that of previous editions, now has greater picture detail. And its Dolby Digital EX and DTS-ES mixes are clearer, with punchier bass.
Cinderella's extras include two deleted scenes, seven unused songs, a making-of documentary, a featurette about the Nine Old Men, games, and two music videos. Toy Story's second disc contains all the extras from the previous Deluxe Edition plus a sneak peek at Lasseter's Cars, a featurette on Toy Story's legacy (including interviews with celebrated filmmakers influenced by the film), and a music video of Lyle Lovett and Randy Newman singing "You've Got a Friend in Me." Cinderella: [NR] English, Dolby Digital 5.1 and mono; French and Spanish, Dolby Digital 5.1; full frame (1.33:1); two dual-layer discs. Toy Story: [G] English, Dolby Digital EX and DTS-ES; French and Spanish, Dolby Surround; letterboxed (1.78:1) and anamorphic widescreen; two dual-layer discs..