Special features include commentary by Director Adam Brooks and Star Ryan Reynolds, six minutes of deleted scenes, the 13-minute Creating A Romance and five-minute The Changing Time Of Definitely, Maybe featurettes, and upfront previews.
DVD General Information
Universal Studios Home Entertainment
Sexual content including some frank dialouge, language and smoking
Will Hays (Reynolds) is in the midst of a bitter divorce when his ten-year-old daughter Maya (Breslin) begins to be curious about her dad's life before he was married to her mom. Will begins to tell his story to his daughter, reliving the days of being an idealistic, aspiring politician and the three women he met and fell in love with during his youth
The anamorphically enhanced 2.35:1 DVD shows nicely saturated colors, giving it a natural appearance. Fleshtones have a subtly orange appearance, though, and black levels are consistently elevated. Occasional scenes can appear flat, but contrast is generally balanced well, with adequate shadow definition. Resolution is acceptable, but the finer details are recognizably soft. The image can be digitally harsh at times, and edge enhancement can be a distraction on the higher contrast transitions. (Danny Richelieu)
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