The Blu-ray also contains 5.1 Dolby Digital tracks in French, Spanish and Portuguese.
‘Origins of Flight’ is a featurette that focuses on how writer John Gatins got ideas for the script, and how Denzel Washington and Robert Zemeckis came to be on the project.
‘The Making of Flight’ is about the super-swift production of the film. It was made in 35 days on a budget of 31 million dollars (again, this is another point of the film vs. DV debate – time and money – discussed in Side by Side).
‘Anatomy of a Plane Crash’ is dedicated to the creation of special effects in the plane crash sequence. Unfortunately it remains unclear if the feat performed by Whittaker could ever be repeated in real life, or whether his reactions would be sharper and quicker because of his intoxication.
‘Q&A Highlights’ is a session hosted by John Horn that features cast and crew (without Washington) discussing the film.
The Blu-ray set also contains a DVD (the DVD comes with no extras but has previews for 'G.I. Joe: Retaliation, Jack Reacher, and Not Fade Away), as well as the instructions for downloading iTunes and Ultraviolet copies of the film.
Verdict: Flight is an entertaining, deeply engrossing film that is full of soul without the cheap sentimentality or loud dramatics. Denzel Washington’s performance deserves his nomination for the Best Actor Oscar. Flight is truly remarkable experience.