Special features include two commentary tracks: one by Actors Adam Sandler, Rob Schneider, and Nick Swardson and the second by Director Dennis Dugan; ten featurettes: Look Who Stopped By (nine minutes), Dugan: The Hands-On Director (seven minutes), The Stunts Of Zohan (ten minutes), Dugan Espa
Zohan (Sandler) is an Israeli counter-terrorist agent who has had enough of the constant fighting between the Palestinians and the Jews. After capturing the most wanted Palestinian terrorist, The Phantom (Turturro), Zohan is angry to find him out of prison shortly after capture, due to a prisoner exchange deal between the two waring governments. With dreams of becoming a hairdresser in the States, Zohan fakes his death and flees the Holy Land. After becoming a successful hairstylist in a mixed Jewish/Palestinian neighborhood, Zohan finds the violence of his homeland has followed him. But is it the Palestinians who are causing all the problems? Whoever it is better watch out, because the mild-mannered hairdresser has a secret identity
The anamorphically enhanced 1.84:1 DVD has low overall contrast, with the picture looking washed out and poorly defined. Resolution is good, with fine details resolved well, but there are moments that are noticeably softer than others. Compression artifacts are rarely problematic, and edge enhancement isn
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