Armored's DVD release has several extras including a commentary, but instead of having the commentary with director Nimród Antal, and stars like Matt Dillon, Columbus Short or Laurence Fishburne; we get a commentary with producer Dan Farah and actors Milo Ventimiglia and Skeet Ulrich. While Ulrich played one of the armored guards, he didn’t have a large role and Milo was hardly in the movie at all. What’s worse is that the trio doesn’t have much tell about the filming of the movie and that’s apparent as there as large gaps of silence during the commentary. They also reference several deleted scenes which aren’t included on the DVD, which may mean that there were at one time plans to include them or down the road there will be a double-dip for Armored. But anyone who is hoping for some insight into the making of the film, sadly won’t find it in this commentary.
The rest of the extras include several featurettes. "Planning the Heist" is the typical behind the scenes featurette which has interviews with the cast and crew, who talk about their time on the film. "Armed and Underground: Production Design" has production designer Jon Gary Steele talking about the construction of the large sets used in the film. "Crash Course: Stunts" is a featurette with stunt coordinator Lance Gilbert who talks about he used the cast, crew used Hot Wheels to plan the stunts seen in the movie.
While Armored doesn’t break any new ground in the genre, it’s a fine way to spend the 80+ minutes or so it will be on your screen.