Special features include two audio commentaries: the first with Vince Papale, Producer Mark Ciardi, and Writer Brad Gann, and the second with Director Ericson Core and Editor Jerry Greenberg; the life of Vince Papale told in 26 minutes; and previews, which are also shown as up-front ads.
In the 1975 season, the Philadelphia Eagles were anything but Invincible, losing half of their games, yet their die-hard fans kept coming. And when first-time NFL coach Dick Vermeil (Kinnear) takes over the helm the following year and announces an open tryout, one such fan, Vince Papale (Wahlberg), takes it to the gridiron. With the support and cheers of his friends and father, and that of fellow bartender, Janet (Banks), he makes this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity a one-in-a-million reality. Inspired by the true story of Vince Papale. (Jack Kelley)
The anamorphically enhanced 2.35:1 DVD picture exhibits an unnaturally hot color scheme, with orange fleshtones and blown-out whites in outdoor scenes. The entire image is too contrasted, and details are obscured by pixilation and edge enhancement. (Danny Richelieu)
Music is mixed well across the front stage in the Dolby
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