For those whole like their apocalyptic disaster films delivered mother-nature style, Godzilla director Roland Emmerich's The Day After Tomorrow arrives on DVD courtesy of 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment. The feature is presented in 2.35:1 anamorphic widescreen and looks virtually flawless. For viewers who neglected to see the grand-scale adventure in the big screen, this disc offers the next best thing -- with remarkable clarity and no discernible evidence of digital artifacting or edge enhancement. The English DTS 5.1 audio mix is appropriately room-shaking, and the surround channels are well-utilized in placing viewers directly at the center of the action. Alternate English Dolby Digital 5.1, and Spanish and French Dolby Digital Surround with optional English and Spanish subtitles are also offered. Though there are indeed some informative bonus materials offered on this disc, one might expect quite a bit more from such a special-effects-oriented film. Audio commentary with director Emmerich and producer Mark Gordon often finds the comments of the soft-spoken but good-humored director taking a back seat to the at times gratingly motor-mouthed anecdotes of the producer, while a more informative secondary track featuring co-writer Jeffrey Nachmanoff, director of photography Ueli Steiger, editor David Brenner, and production designer Barry Chusid really explores the behind-the-scenes work that went into crafting such an elaborate production. The "Audio Anatomy" interactive sound demo offers an interesting look at how sound shapes a film by allowing viewers to cycle between eight separate tracks -- each offering a separate component such as foley or score that, when pieced together, truly bring the film to life. It's an interesting feature for audiophiles, and a great way to learn what an important role audio plays in shaping the filmgoing experience. DVD-ROM materials offer viewers who own a PC with Internet access over an hour of exclusive making-of footage.
Full-length audio commentary by director/co-writer Roland Emmerich and producer Mark Gordon
Full-length audio commentary by co-writer Jeffrey Nachmanoff, director of photography Ueli Steiger, editor David Brenner, and production designer Barry Chusid
"Audio Anatomy" interactive sound demo
DVD-ROM includes over an hour of exclusive "making of" footage
Dennis QuaidJack Hall
Jake GyllenhaalSam Hall
Ian HolmTerry Rapson
Emmy RossumLaura Chapman
Sela WardLucy Hall
Dash MihokJason Evans
Kenneth WelshVice President Becker
Jay O. SandersFrank Harris
Austin NicholsJ. D.
Perry KingPresident of the United States
Arjay SmithBrian Parks
Tamlyn TomitaJanet Tokada
Roland EmmerichScreen Story
Whitley StrieberBook Author
Harald KloserComposer (Music Score)
Barry ChusidProduction Designer
Claude PareSupervising Art Director
Marc BoninArt Director
Martin GendronArt Director
Michele LaliberteArt Director
Réal ProulxArt Director
Tom RetaSupervising Art Director
Thomas M. HammelCo-producer
Kim WintherAssociate Producer
Lawrence IngleeAssociate Producer
Kelly Van HornExecutive Producer
Stephanie GermainExecutive Producer
Ute EmmerichExecutive Producer
Victor ZolfoSet Designer
Renee AprilCostume Designer
Don CohenSound/Sound Designer
Kim WintherFirst Assistant Director
Branko RackiStunts Coordinator
Charlie BrewerStunts Coordinator
Eric BrevigVisual Effects Supervisor
Mark StoeckingerSupervising Sound Editor
The Day After Tomorrow
Year of Release
Dolby Digital w/ sub-woofer channel, Digital Theater Systems (akin to 5.1)
A great movie to add to any unique movie collection. A Good film to enjoy anytime.
This review is from The Day After Tomorrow [Blu-ray] 
I would recommend this to a friend
Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review
Not my favorite genre.
My wife wanted to watch it and I'm glad we did. I like my movies plausible and believable. But this movie pushes the limit of the possible. Still, it had very high entertainment value. That's why I bought it after renting it from Netflix. This movie has opened a new section in my DVD sorting. Dennis Quaid is one hell of an actor.
This review is from The Day After Tomorrow [WS] [2 Discs] [SteelBook] [DVD] 
I would recommend this to a friend
Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review
If Only This Was A Viable Option In The Real World
Ok... might seem a bit morose to want this to happen, but a new Ice Age might just be the ticket for resetting some of the worlds problems.
Yeah, I know... don't say it... but just think of the Holidays!!!
"Snow! It won't be long before we'll all be there with snow. Snow... I want to wash my hands, my face and hair with snow. Snow... I long to clear a path and lift a spade of snow. Snow... Where it's snowing, all winter through... that's where I want to be... Snowball throwing, that's what I'll do... how I'm longing to ski through the snow... those glistening houses that seem to be built of snow. Snow... Oh, to see a mountain covered with a quilt of snow.""
Sorry... White Christmas flashback in July.
Anyone who's seen this movie comes to such a conclusion... the idea of a world changing disaster setting off a new Age... if only for a moment. The movie funnels itself to this eventual line... "Mankind survived the last ice age. We're certainly capable of surviving this one. All depends on whether or not we're able to learn from our mistakes?" ...which is why I love disaster movies. For a short period of time, you have hope. Other such flicks to check out... 2012... Deep Impact... Volcano... San Andreas... there are companion movies worth watching too... like, Armageddon, Dante's Peek, Interstellar... And, not so much, a life as you know it is over type movie; more life affirming, but still worth watching, Twister.
This is not a politically driven movie, but it does surf over political themes. It does not lecture as you might think, just points to the eventual consequences of lazy and conservative leadership worrying about preserving the status quo. You get a feel that the movie makers just want to imply the possibility. A minor set of changes now, might just prevent a major set of disasters tomorrow.
THIS MOVIE FOR ME WAS AND IS GOOD, THAT IS WHY I BOUGHT IT. ALSO THIS IS ANOTHER ONE FOR MY DISASTER MOVIE COLLECTION, PROBABLY ALREADY WATCHED THE MOVIE ABOUT 3 OR FOR TIMES. WISH IT WOULD HAVE CAME OUT IN 4K.
I remember when this movie hit the theaters way back when. It was ok ,kind of over the top movie ,not as good as Independence Day, but good enough. This was early in the blu-ray disc days, so the video is on the soft side because people were into the video game look, so detail that you normally get from a movie shot on film was stripped away by a process known as DNR or digital noise reduction,which strips the film grain away and you lose detail in faces etc. Since then studios have done away with that process. Still a fun movie.
i call them exagerrated posibilities.
first off, its cheap. i got it on the sale items rack.
second, the movie is futuristic and realistic . its not like those magical movies that things come out of nothing.
there are scenes that are impossible. that in real life, they would've been dead but because they're the lead actors , of course, they survive. but then again, we all expect that already. i