DVD & BLU-RAY
Disney Lets The Old Dogs Out March 9th
Author: Perri Nemiroff
published: 2010-02-01 20:08:12
Not into prepping for the Oscars by catching up on the year’s best films? What about getting all set for the Razzies? If the latter is more your preference, Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment releases Old Dogs on DVD and Blu-ray March 9th.
Dan and Charlie (Robin Williams and John Travolta) are about to seal a major deal at the office. Everything is looking up until Dan’s ex-wife (Kelly Preston) pays him a surprise visit to drop off the twins (Conner Rayburn and Ella Bleu Travolta) he never even knew he had. With Charlie’s help, Dan must get through two weeks of playing daddy for the first time in his life.
Old Dogs may have been a critical failure, but how bad could a movie starring Williams, Travolta, Preston, Seth Green, Justin Long, Rita Wilson, and Matt Dillon really be? If you want to give Old Dogs a shot, it’ll have to be at a hefty cost. You’ll either have to drop $29.99 on the single-disc DVD, $39.99 on the single-disc Blu-ray, or $44.99 on the Blu-ray and DVD combo pack.
At least all of the options come with a decent amount of bonus material. The single-disc DVD comes with deleted scenes, bloopers, and commentary by director Walt Becker, producer Andrew Panay, and writers David Diamond and David Weissman. Upgrading to the single-disc BD will add on the “Every Little Step” music video performed by Travolta and his daughter Ella. Going big with the combo pack will also get you Bryan Adams’ music video “You’ve Been a Friend to Me,” the featurette “Young Dogs Learn Old Tricks,” and a digital copy of the film.
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