Special features on Disc One of this Two-Disc set include a feature commentary track by cast and crew, six deleted/extended scenes, an eight-minute Line-O-Rama, a six-minute gag reel, the four-minute We've Got To Do Something music video, a three-minute table read of Dracula's Lament, a six-minute featurette A Taste For Love, seven minutes of Raw Footage
After being dumped by his girlfriend Sarah (Bell), Peter Bretter (Segel) decides to take a break in Hawaii, staying at his ex-girlfriends favorite hotel. But Forgetting Sarah Marshall is easier said than done when she shows up at the same Hawaiian resort with her new flamboyant rock-star boyfriend, Aldous Snow (Brand). (Stacey Pendry)
The anamorphically enhanced 1.85:1 DVD shows decent resolution, although the image is often overly soft. The black levels are deep and solid, and shadow delineation is impressive with details in the near dark portions of the picture easily distinguishable. Colors are highly saturated, but the image generally has a dull appearance. Fleshtones are unnaturally hot, and heavy compression artifacts are noticeable throughout, and edge enhancement is relatively heavy. The picture isn
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