Special features include Score! Reliving A Night At The Roxbury, which is 25 minutes of interviews with cast and crew; Do That Dance, which is a nine-minute featurette showcasing the costumes in the film; a behind-the-scenes look at the choreography from the movie; trailer; and up-front ads, which are forced.
DVD General Information
Paramount Home Entertainment
Rated PG-13 for sex related humor, language and some drug content.
All the party-mad brothers Steve (Ferrell) and Doug Butabi (Kattan) want is A Night At The Roxbury, but their extreme lack of cool keeps them from shaking their polyester inside the famed Hollywood hotspot. That is, until a chance meeting with super-slick actor Richard Grieco (as himself) gains them a spot on the
Now anamorphically enhanced, the new DVD (reframed at 1.78:1) shows slightly better resolution over the previous release. Colors are still vibrant and fully saturated, and blacks are solid and deep. Contrast and shadow delineation are well rendered, and the image can show good dimensionality. Compression artifacts are rarely discernable, but minor edge enhancement can be noticed at times. (Danny Richelieu)
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