Includes two audio commentary tracks, five deleted scenes, hidden goodies (hint: click around on the main and soap opera scenes mensu.), nine scenes from A Reason To Love, the theatrical trailer and TV spots, production notes booklet, and DVD-ROM extras.
Addicted to her daytime soap, A Reason To Love, Betty Sizemore (Zellweger) never misses an episode. One fateful day, while curled up in front of her TV, her good-for-nuthin
The anamorphically enhanced 2.35:1 DVD exhibits bold, vibrant colors that border oversaturation at times. Some scenes, like in Rosa
The sonic presentation delivered by the Dolby
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This title does not have anything to install, and is also one of the few titles that are not PCFriendly compatible. Because of this, Nurse Betty also has an extreme lack in features. What is available, are a Script, and the Original Theatrical Web site.The Script can be found by opening your DVD drive folder, and then running the file script.htm. The script comes up as an html document, so it does not have access to the video portion of your DVD, which means viewing the film while reading the script becomes quite challenging.Opening the file website.htm will show you the Theatrical Web site, which is fairly boring. This site includes credits for the film, a story synopsis, and 11 still photos from the film. Since this title really has nothing interesting to offer, and does not include anything worthy of using, I am forced to spurn Nurse Betty by rating it Disappointing. (Danny Richelieu)
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I want to see product reviews of home theatre equipment that non-millionaires can afford to own. Reading articles about $50,000 home theatre setups is admittedly rather fun but, in practical terms, the info is really useless to me. While Darling Wife and I make a decent living, there's no way we can spend that kind of money on a home theatre. What I also really like and want to see: Practical advice articles that help people who are at least minimally technically competent to assess their needs and assemble a home theatre. That is, a periodic (yearly? twice yearly?) in-depth look at points to consider and equipment to buy to assemble a good high definition home theatre. Ideally, it would examine several total package price points. If you're willing to spend $10,000, here's what we recommend in terms of equipment and how to connect/install them. If your budget is smaller, here's what we recommend. If your budget is somewhat larger than $10,000, do this instead. Yes, I know you have your reference systems section each month, but an explanatory article would be nice, too. Finally, keep us up-to-date on the development of high definition DVDs and DVD players. This is what I'd like to see.