Special features on both the DVD and Blu-ray Disc include director commentary; the following featurettes: Hacienda Confidential (five minutes), All The Way To...LA? (eight minutes), The Queen Of Mean Gets The Last Word (four minutes), The Man Behind Carlos Santana (seven minutes), Mr. Chili: Too Hot For TV! (three minutes), and The Men Of Delta Farce Salute The Troops! (1-1/2 minutes); five deleted scenes; an eight-minute White People Are Funny gag reel; a photo gallery; previews; and up-front ads.
This down-home comedy finds Larry (The Cable Guy) and his two hapless best friends mistaken for Army Reservists by a tough Army Sergeant. They are sent to the front lines of Iraq to fight for their country, but are mistakenly dropped into Mexico instead. The three Delta Farce members believe they have made it to Fallujah and set out to save a small rural village from what they believe are insurgents. (Stacey Pendry)
The anamorphically enhanced 1.78:1 looks pleasing, with fairly deep blacks and good shadow delineation. Colors are deep and vibrant, but fleshtones can have a reddish hue. Some scenes can look smeared and soft, but generally images are sharp and detailed. Pixilation is not a problem, but edge enhancement can be. The VC-1-encoded Blu-ray Disc is not as enjoyable
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