Special features include audio commentary by Peter and Bobby Farrelly, 13 deleted scenes, a gag reel, two brief produced-for-the-Internet featurettes: Love Triangle and Break The Curse, an eight minute Making A Scene featurette, the theatrical trailer, and up-front ads. There is also an Inside Look at Cameron Diaz
One of the most pathetic creatures on the face of the planet is a Boston Red Sox fan...and Ben (Fallon) is pathetic in the worst way. When he meets Lindsey (Barrymore), a successful businesswoman, he is determined to prove that she is not out of his league. And by the time he
The anamorphically enhanced DVD picture looks perfectly suitable for the lighthearted storytelling. Colors are rich and well balanced, with accurate fleshtones and deep blacks. At times, the picture can look a bit plugged-up or slightly smeared, but nothing that is terribly distracting. Minor pixelization is evident, but edge halos are rarely detected. (Suzanne Hodges)
The dialogue-driven Dolby
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