Audio/Video. The movie is presented in a ratio of 2.35:1 and generally looks good. Colors are solid and nicely saturated, there is no evidence of digital artifacts that I could see, and detail is solid. While the best I can say about the video is solid, it is a good looking disk, there is just nothing about it that particularly stands out. Perhaps if they made better use of the New Orleans location we would have had a little more to look at.
The audio is also good, it is a Dolby Digital 5.1 track. Dialogue is always clear and nicely centered. There is some surround activity that kicks in most during the freeway chase that has Cage dodging truck and creeping long medians. It does the job while not having the material to truly stand out.
Extras. The lone extra is a 7-minute behind the scenes featurette that features interviews with cast and crew including Nicolas Cage and director Roger Donaldson. They seem truly excited about the film and while they may have enjoyed making it, the end result is a little less than exciting.
Bottomline. Seeking Justice is no classic. As a matter of fact, it is pretty generic and makes poor use of some recognizable faces in the supporting cast. Still, I found myself watching it in spite of myself. It is all pretty ridiculous and nonsensical, but I actually sort of enjoyed it. Basically, if you are in the mood for a low rent thriller or a low end Nicolas Cage flick, this could fit the bill.
Very Mildly Recommended.