Special features include audio commentary with Director/Producer Ishai Setton and Writer Daniel Schechter, a 25-minute making-of featurette, an interview with Cinematographer Josh Silfen in 13 minutes, an extended and uncut pool party scene, a gag reel, and an audio-only track titled On The PA With Principal Miwalski, plus up-front previews.
What do you get when you throw a sexy stripper (Weixler), a cynical school teacher (Brewster), and a handful of other colorful characters in a pool with an in-therapy swim instructor (Branson)? You get The Big Bad Swim. Don
The anamorphically enhanced 1.82:1 DVD exhibits a varied picture quality, but it never gets very good. The very heavy grain can become a distraction when combined with the compression artifacts, and there are scenes when the entire picture is marred by heavy noise. Fleshtones can look slightly pasty, and details are not captured well. Edge enhancement is also noticeable throughout. (Danny Richelieu)
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