After getting on a train and realizing that he had no money, Charles Schine (Owen) accepted stranger Lucinda Harris' (Aniston) offer to pay for his ticket. Surprised that such a woman could be attracted to him, the very-married Charles found himself unable to get the also-married woman off his mind. And what began as infatuation completely "Derailed" Charles and propelled his life into a collision course with destiny. Based on the novel by James Siegel. (Tricia Spears)
Special features are the same as those found on the SD DVD (sans up-front ads), and include three deleted scenes, an eight-minute making-of featurette, and the theatrical trailer.
The H.264 AVC-encoded 2.35:1 HD DVD picture often looks soft and hazy, with fine details that are not well resolved and little dimension to the image. Source element artifacts, while not overly distracting, can be seen throughout. (Danny Richelieu)
The Dolby® Digital Plus 5.1-channel encoding can sound good, with a good use of each available channel to create a detailed sonic landscape. Fidelity is good, although not as pristine as the best new releases. (Danny Richelieu)