To convince consumers they should update their precious video collections to DVD, movie companies often add enticing extras that can’t be found elsewhere. It’s a marketing gimmick, but film buffs win, too. Here are five movies that look better on DVD:

More than the story of a deep-diving man and his dolphins, director Luc Besson’s first international splash is also a sensuous tour of the Mediterranean that yearns for the wide-screen canvas. Thankfully, the letter-box format restores the amputated vistas.

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