We look at 'The Craft: Special Edition,' 'La Femme Nikita,' and 'Underdog: Collector's Edition'

By Rob Brunner
Updated October 06, 2000 at 04:00 AM EDT

La Femme Nikita
In this very stylish, very French anguished-assassin flick, director Luc Besson (The Professional, The Fifth Element) almost made Anne Parillaud a star. Features: Theatrical trailer, anamorphic wide-screen, Dolby Digital 5.1.

Underdog: Collector’s Edition
Nothing says ’60s kiddie nostalgia like cartoon canine superheroes in baggy uniforms, and this disc offers a hit in the form of three episodes — ”Vacuum Gun,” ”From Hopeless to Helpless,” and ”Underdog vs. Overcat.” Features: Four bonus shorts, trivia game, interview with creator Joe Harris.

The Craft: Special Edition
Life’s a witch for four teen sorceresses (Neve Campbell, Robin Tunney, Fairuza Balk, and Rachel True) who conjure themselves some magical mischief. Features: Three deleted scenes, commentary by director Andrew Fleming, making-of featurette, theatrical trailers, anamorphic wide-screen, Dolby Digital 5.1.

La Femme Nikita

  • Movie
  • R
  • 115 minutes
  • Luc Besson