This simply shows the participants as they record the track. Maybe he just works better as a secondary character. Next we find seven minutes, 13 seconds of Raw Footage. They provide some amusement. These offer glimpses of the shoot and work fairly well. Still, enough nutty moments emerge to make them moderately enjoyable. The Blu-ray allows viewers the option to examine this piece as a visual commentary as well. These mostly come from scenes that made the flick but provide different takes.
In the same vein, Sex-O-Rama 2: The Blu-ray offers decent picture and audio along with a strong set of supplements. It becomes goofy fun. Still, enough nutty moments emerge to make them moderately enjoyable. I like it as a curiosity, but it probably amuses more in its edited format since its gags wear thin before long. At times, however, I found the image to come across as a little fuzzy and soft, with lesser definition seen in some of the wide shots. The movie came with an unexceptional image. This turns into a pretty good release for a sporadically enjoyable film. The track looks at cast, characters and performances, story issues and influences, shooting in Hawaii and other spots, editing and changes made for the extended cut, and a mix of production anecdotes. At no point does Forgetting Sarah Marshall become a bad movie, but it seems like a mediocre one. Essentially another deleted scene, Puppet Breakup lasts two minutes, 29 seconds. Next we find seven minutes, 13 seconds of Raw Footage. Scene of the Crime. If that works for you, have a party! More cut material comes from Line-O-Rama. How does the Blu-ray compare to the DVD version? Hues stayed on the natural side, with a mild golden feel to things that fit the Hawaiian setting. They provide some amusement. Like the other flicks, Forgetting aims for some laughs with outrageous moments, though perhaps not to the same degree. On the surface, Forgetting has as much going for it as its predecessors. In those forward channels, the music provided nice stereo separation and opened up the mix reasonably well. These mostly come from scenes that made the flick but provide different takes. Dialogue was consistently warm and natural, and speech displayed no concerns related to edginess or intelligibility. These offer glimpses of the shoot and work fairly well. For a look at a supporting character, we go to Russell Brand: Both seem amusing enough. U-Control offers two options.
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