This two-disc Holy Schnike Special Edition includes a second disc of fun supplements. First, there are four featurettes: the 29-minute Behind The Laughter, a 13-minute Stories From The Road highlight on true road trip stories inspired events in the movie, a 10-minute Just The Two Of Us look at the chemistry between Chris and David, and a seven minute highlight on what it was like Growing Up Farley. Next up are storyboard comparisons for seven scenes (Cold Open, Hooks, Car Door, Moth Motel, Bees, Airline Stewards, Airplane Bathroom) that can be played as one 14-minute featurette; additional scenes including six deleted scenes, 15 extended scenes, and six alternate takes; a four-minute gag reel; a still gallery; 19 TV spots; and the theatrical trailer.
Big Tom Callahan (Dennehy) of Callahan Auto Parts is certain that one day his Tommy Boy (Farley) will take over the business. But Tommy
The anamorphically enhanced DVD is bright and colorful, with well balanced hues throughout. The picture is sharp and detailed, and is often quite smooth and solid. While there are occasional edge halos, pixelization is rare, and distractions are few and far between. This is a satisfying picture overall, and is a pleasing visual experience for the lighthearted storytelling. (Suzanne Hodges)
Each of the available channels are utilized from start to finish in the Dolby
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