Live, electric dance moves hits the screen in Burn the Floor. Universal has done a decent job on this 1.78:1 widescreen transfer, though fans will be sorely disappointed that it's presented non-anamorphically. Overall the colors and black levels all look sharp and clean with only the slightest amount of dirt penetrating the image. Hopefully Universal will one day put a little more work into this picture and come up with a glorious anamorphic transfer. The soundtrack is presented in two options: Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround and DTS Surround, both in English. Either of these soundtracks will give any home theater system a rough and heavy workout with its infectious music and beats. All aspects of the mix are free and clear of any excessive hiss or distortion. Also included on this disc are English and French subtitles. The only supplements available on this disc include a fluffy "Making Of" documentary that runs about a half hour long (showing the viewer what it was like from inception to opening night of the show), a trailer for the film, some crew highlights, and a few thin production notes on the making of the movie.
"Burn the Floor: A Breathtaking Journey" the making of Burn the Floor
Dolby Digital and DTS audio tracks
Cast and filmmakers
Documentary, Special Interests
Ballet [nf],Ballroom Dance [nf],Jazz & Modern Dance [nf]