Special features include audio commentary by actors Mandy Moore and Matthew Goode, a Passport To Europe travel tips segment (six-minutes), a four-minute highlight of The Roots concert, nine minutes worth of additional scenes, and a five minute gag reel. Also includes up-front ads and the theatrical trailer.
The anamorphically enhanced 2.40:1 DVD exhibits a solid picture, with sharp and detailed images. Colors are richly saturated with vivid hues and deep blacks. At times, fleshtones appear a bit unnatural (almost overly tan) but are otherwise well balanced. Edge enhancement is occasionally noticed, but pixelization is limited. (Suzanne Hodges)
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