Thanks to the easily navigable menus, the twelve cut sequences are easy to browse.The only other noteworthy bonus is a 5-minute behind the scenes video, which mainly consists of cuts from the film spliced in with poorly-shot cast/crew interviews.More notably, the DVD offers only one audio selection: 5.1 English Dolby surround.It lacks a much needed stereo track for viewers without a home theater system, considering the romantic comedy target audience.It's a nice option and many will be thankful for its offering.No commentary exists but a generous selection of deleted scenes ( in total) may be enough to compensate.
The mix isnt worthy of an Academy Award but manages to create a solid backdrop rich in environmental sounds.
The true value of this film is in Dannys character.
Anyone who can sympathize with his situation will surely find this film enjoyable and even uplifting.
Perhaps his crowning achievement is producing Walk the Line, which earned him a Motion Picture Producer of the Year nomination from the Producers Guild of America.
Needless to say, Keach's best work appears to be neither in front of nor behind the camera. Chris Pine, who plays Kirk in the upcoming Star Trek film, is blind but resilient Danny, a jobless young man who still lives at home with his parents.