‘I Love You, Man’ on DVD Today

Tuesday, August 11, 2009
By Kevin Crossman
Paul Rudd and Jon Favreau in I Love You, Man

Paul Rudd and Jon Favreau in I Love You, Man

One of the best-reviewed comedy films of the year, and one of the most successful at the box office, comes to home video today. I Love You, Man cemented Paul Rudd’s status as leading man, not just comedic sidekick, and Jason Segel continued the momentum of his movie career after 2008’s Forgetting Sarah Marshall.

The movie also features a hilarious and memorable performance from Jon Favreau who Twittered yesterday, “Yes, I know I play a prick. Pricks are more fun. Please don’t quote that out of context.”

The film from director John Hamburg comes to home video today. Here are a list of DVD extras:

  • Commentary: Commentary by Director John Hamburg and Actors Paul Rudd and Jason Segel
  • Featurette: The Making of I Love You, Man
  • Additional Scenes: Extras
  • Additional Scenes: Extended Scenes
  • Additional Scenes: Deleted Scenes
  • Featurette: Gag Reel
  • Easter Eggs: Easter Eggs

Clearly not the most feature-packed release. But after a summer of mixed returns from our Frat Pack heroes, it’s nice to revisit one of the most successful offerings of the year.

2 Responses to “‘I Love You, Man’ on DVD Today”

  1. Pru

    I didn’t see this at the theater and am looking forward to seeing it on DVD. Unfortunately Netflix says there’s a short wait for it.

  2. Rick Duran

    I’m such a loser for knowing this but Rudd hasn’t done a commentary since 40YOV.

    Him & Segel yukking it up for 90 minutes pretty much earned my $15


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