There's Something More About Mary Peter and Bobby Farrelly

There's Something More About Mary Peter and Bobby Farrelly
The film was ridiculous and over-the-top — I guess there's no reason why the DVD shouldn't be too. This two-disc special edition is, I'm sure, the final word on the Farrelly brothers' smash heartfelt/gross-out comedy — there just can't be that much more to say. Literally. Included here is not only every kitchen sink extra you could imagine, but the brothers actually provide commentary about the commentary they recorded for the film's first DVD issue — occasionally branching into separate tracks so you can play follow-the-tangent at home. If you're keen on more Mary, the extended cut is the goldmine here — you can watch two versions, original and one with 15 minutes of pretty funny deleted scenes that break up the pace and were cut for good reason, but geeks will freak for more of the Puffy the Dog/Ben Stiller fight scene and a hilarious encounter between Matt Dillon and Cameron Diaz's breasts. Comprehensive cast interviews include Brett Favre and W. Earl Brown (who plays Mary's brother Warren); in them we discover what the actors didn't want to do — Diaz wasn't so keen on the hair gel scene, and Stiller wasn't thrilled about doing the scene that got them there. But no ego is the rule for the Farrelly's, and that includes themselves; the number of stories told by the cast about seeing Peter's dick or Bobby's ass truly borders on disturbing. Get behind the zipper. See early designs of Magda's sun-fried breasts. And get deep inside the mind of troubadour Jonathan Richman. Mo' Mary is mo' better. Extras: extended version; directors' and writers' commentary tracks; alternate credits; behind-the-scenes shooting footage; extensive cast interviews; featurettes on back story, make-up and effects; outtakes; videos and trailers; foreign language clips and more. (Fox)