Special features include a feature commentary track by Writer/Director David E. Talbert, 14 deleted scenes with optional commentary from Talbert, a four-minute gag reel, two outtake scenes, David E. Talbert
DVD General Information
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
For language some sexual humor and brief drug references
When petty criminal Durell (Ice Cube) is told by his ex-girlfriend and baby-momma that he has one week to pay her the $17,000 she needs to clear her mounting debt, or she will be forced to move herself and Durell Jr. (C.J. Sanders) out of state, he hatches a desperate plot to rob his neighborhood church
The anamorphically enhanced 1.83:1 DVD exhibits a decent picture quality with bright, vibrant colors, but fleshtones have a pinkish hue and the image can have a somewhat hazy appearance. Black levels are relatively elevated, but shadow delineation is nicely rendered. Whites can bloom, but contrast is generally well balanced. Resolution isn
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