pecial features include five deleted scenes and an alternate ending with optional commentary by Director Scott Marshall and Writer/Producer Mark Zakarin, commentary with Marshall and Actor Garry Marshall, another commentary track with Director Marshall and Zakarin, an eight-minute behind-the-scenes featurette, sneak peeks, and up-front ads.
DVD General Information
Miramax Home Entertainment
For some crude language, nudity, and brief drug references
After going to the no-holds-barred bar mitzvah of Arnie Stein
The anamorphically enhanced 1.82:1 DVD picture exhibits a somewhat hazy appearance, which leads to milky blacks and underwhelming shadow delineation. While details can be satisfyingly sharp at times, most of the picture looks smeared. Pixel breakup and edge enhancement can be noticed. (Danny Richelieu)
Surround envelopment is generally limited to low-level music and effects in the Dolby
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