One big issue I had with the flick was that, for me, the story felt like it wasn't exciting enough to keep up with the film's extreme visuals. It was almost as if the filmmakers were trying to trick the audience into constantly thinking the plot was really intense, meaningful, and even clever. In reality, though, most of it was just... dull (not to mention unnecessarily convoluted). No offense to Richard Kelly (the writer) or Domino Harvey (the person on whom the film is based... sort of).
On the shinier side of the coin, I really loved seeing Mickey Rourke back in business once again. Unfortunately though, it's Domino who gets to hog all the screen time. Speaking of which, Keira Knightley does a decent job of portraying the character, despite only half convincing me on her "bad girl" act. As for the other characters, well, they're aplenty, and none of them are really necessary either. Still, seeing the lovely face of Lucy Liu and hearing the deep, gritty voice of Christopher Walken was certainly fun. And if you're fan of all things "fun", then rest assured, DOMINO is for you. Just make sure you don't seizure easily.
Audio Commentary #1 (with director Tony Scott and writer Richard Kelly): For fans of the film, this commentary is a must-listen. Both speakers deliver the goods on exactly what they worked on - Scott discussing the style and production, and Kelly talking about the story. The only downside is that they aren't recorded together.
Commentary #2 (with Tony Scott, Zach Schiff-Abrams, Richard Kelly, and Tom Waits): This isn't really a commentary so much as it is an alternate audio track. It features various meetings from the crew as they discuss the story's development and notes about the script. In my opinion, this is one of the more unique and interesting special features in recent memory. Definitely worth a listen.
Deleted/Alternate Scenes (7:54 - with optional commentary): There are 7 of them. If you enjoyed the film, then you should enjoy these scenes. They arenít necessary, but they are certainly amusing and fun to watch.
"I Am a Bounty Hunter": Domino Harvey's Life (20:31 - with alternate audio track): This awesome extra features a lot of good stuff, most notable of which is the very engaging interview with the real Domino Harvey. Also shown is some behind-the-scenes work on the film and discussion snippets from the cast and crew. To make things even cooler, an alternate audio track lets us hear Richard Kelly interviewing Domino Harvey.
Bounty Hunting on Acid (10:38): This somewhat brief featurette shows off Tony Scott's skills as we see him bring his interesting visual style to life. It doesn't go as in-depth with his process as I would've liked, but there was enough technical stuff to appease my basic interests (well, for the filmmaking side of things at least).
There's also a Teaser Trailer, a Theatrical Trailer, and 7 Sneak Peeks.