This Deluxe Edition includes audio commentary with Sandra Bullock and screenwriter Marc Lawrence, an additional commentary with director Donald Petrie, a seven-minute Preparing For The Pageant featurette, an eight-minute Pageant featurette, three deleted scenes, a nine-minute sneak peak at Miss Congeniality 2, a
DVD General Information
Warner Home Video
Rated PG13 for sexual references and a scene of violence.
Sandra Bullock stars as FBI agent Gracie Hart, a no-nonsense charm school dropout. The last thing that she cares about is her appearance. But when it is discovered that a terrorist known as
Appearing virtually identical to the previously released DVD, this new Deluxe Edition DVD is also anamorphically enhanced (and framed at 1.78:1). The picture exhibits sharp and detailed images, with close-up shots capable of revealing the finest details of Sandra Bullock
Without any real difference between this and the previous DVD release, the Dolby
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