Special features include an alternate opening scene; 22 minutes of deleted/extended scenes; 18 minutes of outtakes; two featurettes: Bringing The Family Together (12 minutes) and On Location: Getting Down And Dirty (seven minutes); and previews.
DVD General Information
Universal Studios Home Entertainment
Crude and sexual content, language and some drug references
R.J. Stevens (Lawrence) is a successful self-help guru and host of the popular daytime talk show Team Of Me. When he is invited back to Georgia to celebrate his parent's 50th wedding anniversary, he seizes the chance in order to flaunt his success to his family who taunted him as a child. Returning to his southern roots with his reality TV star fiance Bianca (Bryant), R.J. expects a grand Welcome Home. But to his dismay, his relentless family is not impressed by his Hollywood status, instead treating him like the loveable loser, Roscoe Jenkins, they all knew and loved. (Stacey Pendry)
The anamorphically enhanced 1.85:1 DVD shows a solid sense of depth with its fairly impressive shadow delineation. Source element artifacts aren
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