1. Special Edition: This is the original release of the film only months after the theatrical release. This version was simultaneously released in DVD, VHS, DVD with Spanish Subtitles & VHS with Spanish Subtitles formats. 2.
Superbit DVD: This edition has the same content from the Special Edition remastered for the higher video and audio standards of Superbit. 3.
Extended Cut DVD: This edition could almost be thought of a re-release. It again has the same content and extas feature on the Special Edition with one change. The deleted scenes have now been integrated back into the film.
This understated soundtrack was scored by John Williams (Star Wars, Indiana
Jones). Unlike some of his other works, it doesn't have any overpowering
themes. Instead we are given a few unassuming themes using simple instrumental
arrangements that recall patriotic music. The soundtrack features flutes and
drums that weave the major themes in and out of the music. It is at times haunting
and other times upbeat. It is really the type of score that plays off one's
emotions, rather than controlling one's emotions as some of Williams' other