Three losers want to get on easy street. After being kicked out of a blood bank for trying tosell their blood too often, they steal a mail carrier’s load, hoping to score some cash in the letters.Instead, they discover that the daughter of a bible-thumping politician is apparently strugglingwith her sexual longing. They decide to deflower her, secretly film the deed, and sell the tapeto a tabloid publisher. Everything starts to go wrong, not the least of which is the d…signatedseducer’s impotence. I know what you’re thinking: could the premise be any more classy? You’llbe too bored to find out.
The sound comes in both 5.1 and 2.0, which feels a bit like overkill. Though theenvironmental effects aren’t bad, and are nicely blended in with the music, the dialogue isafflicted with distortion. At times, the buzz is very bad indeed.
Variable as the sound quality might be, it is at least better than the picture, which is awful.The colours are okay, but that’s as far as it goes. The image is soft, and broken up by horizontallines. At worst, the picture is blurry. At best, it feels as if you are watching it through a fine-meshscreen door. Headaches are guaranteed. And did I mention the aspect ratio is 1.33:1?
Director Marcus Gautesen, producer Roger Mende, and someone named Duncan Fostergather for the commentary, which is largely along the lines of “we shot this scene at this location,and that scene at that location.” There is optional commentary provided on the 11 deleted scenes.The making-of featurette is a less slick version of the usual thing. There is also a photo gallery,and a trailer (whose widescreen aspect makes the feature’s picture all the more shameful). Themenu is basic.
Flat comedy, atrocious picture quality. Don’t waste your time.
Special Features List
- Audio Commentary
- Making-of Featurette
- Photo Gallery
- Deleted Scenes with Optional Commentary