Due Date, Todd Phillips’ first film since The Hangover, will be hitting DVD and Blu-Ray on February 22nd. While not as quotable as The Hangover, the film does answer the question: can Zach Galifianakis behave any more oddly? The answer is yes, he most certainly can.

The film features oddball protagonist Peter Highman (Robert Downey Jr.) in a film that follows an unwanted road trip with aspiring actor Ethan Tremblay (Zach Galifianakis). In typical fashion, the couple runs into various wacky characters, including Juliette Lewis (shocker she would play a weirdo) as a marijuana dealer and Danny McBride playing an ill-adjusted war veteran.

The Blu-Ray, which will come with the added bonus of a DVD and digital disc, includes a variety of extras. Numbering among them are deleted scenes, a mash-up of movie action, a gag reel, and the entire Two and a Half Men scene featuring Ethan Tremblay.

Several months after it hit theaters, the Due Date Blu-Ray and DVD are overdue. I’d still rather watch Planes, Trains & Automobiles.

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