Special features include two feature commentary tracks: one by Vince Vaughn and Executive Producer Peter Billingsley, the second by Director Ari Sandel and Comedians Bret Ernst, Sebastian Maniscalco, and Ahmed Ahmed; ten bonus feature clips; the following featurettes: The Tour (six minutes), The Making Of Vince Vaughn's Wild West Comedy Show (six minutes), and Wild West Comedy Show (Behind The Scenes) (ten minutes); the theatrical trailer; and additional previews.
In 2005 an ambitious project was undertaken
The anamorphically enhanced 1.83:1 DVD looks like a typical documentary, with poor resolution, undersaturated colors, and a limited color scheme. Shadow delineation is relatively poor, and the subtly washed-out contrast creates a flat-looking image. Black levels also have a milky appearance, but they are consistent. Occasional moir
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