Special features include a musical performance by Jonah Hill in Cooker's Song; three featurettes: The Turkey (seven minutes), What Do We Do? (six minutes), and Reel Comedy: Strange Wilderness; 13 deleted scenes; and previews.
DVD General Information
Paramount Home Entertainment
For non-stop language, drup use, crude and sexual humor
After the death of his dad, an iconic wildlife show host, Peter Gaulke (Zahn) is desperate to continue in his father's footsteps. But there are a few problems preventing him from succeeding
The anamorphically enhanced 2.36:1 DVD has a gritty stylization, but resolution is solid and shadow detail is nicely delineated. Black levels are deep and well rendered, but fleshtones appear orange and overly contrasted. Contrast in general is too high, and colors are deeply saturated. Scenes occasionally look overly flat and compressed, but compression artifacts are rarely noticeable. Edge enhancement can distract at times, but generally is not a problem. (Danny Richelieu)
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