All the power in the universe can't change destiny.
Vin Diesel reprises his role as hunted fugitive Riddick, his anti-hero character from cult movie, Pitch Black.
Riddick is on the run; escaping from mercenaries determined to collect the price on his head, he finds himself at the heart of a battle that is not his. With Necromonger conquerors threatening the future of the entire universe, Riddick could be the only unlikely hero to save the human race. But will he be interested in saving anything other than his own life?
With groundbreaking special effects, incredible action scenes in fantastic worlds and an all star cast, including Dame Judi Dench and Thandie Newton, The Chronicles of Riddick will take you on a thrill-ride like you've never experienced before.
Special Features -
Chronicles Of Compendium
Anatomy Of A Fight
Intro By David Twohy
Feature Commentary With David Twohy, Karl
Urban And Alexa Davalos
Virtual Guide To The Chronicles Of Riddick
Toomb's Chase Log
Visual Effects Revealed
Vin Diesel Guided Tour
Deleted Scenes With Optional Director's Commentary
Creation Of New Mecca
Keep What You Kill
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In the directors cut we get more of a history for Riddick, and we get more information on his Furyan origins and on why his race is almost extinct, making Riddick seem a lot more important to the universe than he seemed in the other cut. We also get a new character in the movie, a woman (presumably Furyan, maybe his mother) who comes to Riddick in his dreams to remind him of the terrible tragedy that happened on the planet. We also get a few glimpses of Furya itself, whetting the appetite even further for the sequels. Also, supporting characters like Jack/Kyra, the mercs who catch Riddick, Lord and Dame Vaako and the Norwegian prisoner leader are more fleshed out, giving us extra oppurtunity to identify with them. The action scenes on Crematoria are also extended including a spectacular new part were Riddick comes to truly realise he is Furyan and who it was who destroyed his race's world. The new footage also serves to make some scenes of the movie more emotionally charged and just that little bit more exciting. So if you didnt like the theatrical cut, give this a try, if you liked the theatrical cut, definately buy this, anyone who has not seen either, i would recommend both, but the directors cut is the better movie.
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