In terms of special features, the Blu-ray comes with a commentary track from Scott as well as one from Helgeland and producer Todd Black. There is also a basic making-of piece as well as an interesting one on the NYC subway system and what it takes to film there. There is also a ridiculous featurette on haircuts in the film, who did them, and how hair is important to Scott. It plays out almost as a joke, and one can't quite tell why it was included. The Blu-ray also comes with Sony's movieIQ feature, a digital copy, and something called "Marketing Pelham," which is just a different way of titling the inclusion of trailers.
The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3 is not a film that one can just turn off with thirty minutes to go, doing that would just leave the audience hanging. Unfortunately, watching the last thirty minutes one can't help but get the feeling that those responsible for the film, who had crafted a good film to that point, turned themselves off.