The DVD of Gregory Hoblit's supernatural surprise hit Frequency includes a widescreen, anamorphic transfer, Dolby Digital and Surround Audio, and a respectable amount of extras. Commentary tracks by Hoblit, writer/producer Toby Emmerich, and actor Noah Emmerich add insight into the creative processes behind Frequency, while the documentary "The Science and Technology Behind Frequency" explores the scientific basis behind the film's premise of heightened solar activity allowing a man to talk to his long-deceased father. Likewise, the disc's animated gallery of sunspots and solar flares provides a unique perspective on the film. Another audio track isolates Michael Kamen's score and presents his commentary on the music; the theatrical trailer and DVD-ROM features, such as script-to-screen comparisons, and the film's original website round out this substantial, entertaining DVD.
Widescreen version of the film
5.1 Stereo Surround
2.0 Stereo Surround Sound
English subtitles and closed captions
Original documentary: "The Science and Technology Behind Frequency" in 5.1 audio and enhanced for widescreen TVs
Feature-length commentary with director Gregory Hoblit
Feature-length commentary with actor Noah Emmerich and writer/producer Toby Emmerich
5.1 isolated score with composer commentary by Michael Kamen
Animated solar galleries
Script-to-screen dynamic index
Original web site
"Lord of the Rings" web browser, wallpaper, and screen saver
Fully-playable demo of Sierra studios "Ground Control" game
This is one of Dennis Quaid's best films I've ever seen. This is a time traveling drama happening over a ham radio. It shows what happens when you change something from your past. This is a fun and exciting movie.
I loved this movie when it first premiered and love it still today. Our family associated with this film due to the 1969 Amazin' Mets and living in Queens. But this is not the whole story. It is the story of the love between a father and son with a twist of time travel thrown in. I have seen this movie many times and now that I have purchased it (at an excellent price - thank you Best Buy) I can see it many more times at my leisure. An excellent movie which I recommend.
This movie is about second chances, regret, respect, a father teaching his son to be a man, pride and bravery. Its not the most realistic movie in the catalog, but hey, thats why we go to and watch movies right? To escape and get a break from reality. I really enjoyed everything about this movie, even the kid's nickname his father has for him. Despite the unrealistic plot, the film is quite enjoyable and is acted quite well.