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Format: DVD
Sku: 217550892
UPC: 043396350021
UPC 14: 00043396350021
Category Keywords: Detectives
Rating: UR
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From the director of Step Brothers and Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby.|
Two mismatched new york city detectives seize an opportunity to step up like the city's top cops whom they idolize -- only things don't quite go as planned.

"The funniest movie of the year.  Joe Williams, St. Louis Post-Dispatch
"It's a comedy of manhood for the age of emasculation.  Owen Gleiberman, Entertainment Weekly
"One insanely funny film.  Alex Zane, Sun Online
"Skewers the action genre while also finding room for sheer madness.  James White, Empire Magazine

Editor's Note
A desk-jockey detective and his tough-talking partner get their moment to shine in this buddy police comedy starring Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg, and directed by Adam McKay (ANCHORMAN: THE LEGEND OF RON BURGUNDY, TALLADEGA NIGHTS: THE BALLAD OF RICKY BOBBY). New York City detective Allen Gamble (Ferrell) is more comfortable pushing pencils than busting bad guys. A meticulous forensic accountant, his numbers are never off. Detective Terry Hoitz (Wahlberg) is Gamble's reluctant partner. Try as Detective Hoitz might to get back on the streets, an embarrassing encounter with Derek Jeter has left a sizable black mark on his permanent record. Detectives Danson (Dwayne Johnson) and Highsmith (Samuel L. Jackson) are the complete opposites of Gamble and Hoitz: unwaveringly confident, they always get their man, and they do it with style to spare. When the time comes for Gamble and Hoitz to prove their mettle and save the day, their incompetence becomes the stuff of legend.


Video Features DVD, Unrated, Dolby, Dolby Digital (5.1)

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Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: Sony
Video Release Date Release Date: 5/15/2012
Video Play Time Running Time: 223 minutes
Video Release Year Original Release Date: 2010
Video UPC UPC: 00043396350021
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 1

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Video Audio Spec Available Audio Tracks:
Video Color Spec Video: (unknown/unconverted)

Aspect Ratio
Video Aspect Ratio Anamorphic Widescreen  2.40:1
Entertainment Reviews
Expert Review The Other Guys — The Unrated Other Edition - DVD Review
By: Luigi Bastardo Reviews
Published on: 12/19/2010 4:03 PM
I recall reading somewhere a long time ago that Jack Nicholson once commented his 1963 film The Terror was the only motion picture he ever made that didn’t have a plot. Will Ferrell and Adam McKay can pretty much say the same thing about every film they’ve ever made. Every two years, this alleged comedian and supposed filmmaker “Duo of Doom” team up in order to make a comedy that usually manages to redefine “unfunny” and causes even those moviegoers with single-digit IQs to question what truly constitutes as a “plot” for these the full review

Cast & Crew

Video Cast Info Samuel L. Jackson
Video Cast Info Michael Keaton
Video Cast Info Will Ferrell
Video Cast Info Eva Mendes
Video Cast Info The Rock
Video Cast Info Mark Wahlberg
Video Cast Info Ray Stevenson - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Viola Harris - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Josh Church - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Damon Wayans Jr. - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Zoe Lister-Jones - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Brett Gelman - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Alison Becker - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Warren Kelley - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Michael G. Delaney - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Zach Woods - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Danielle Cell - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Brianne Moncrief - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Ben Schwartz - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Jake Quinn - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Patrick Ferrell - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Sara Chase - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Derek Jeter - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Lindsay Sloane - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Adam McKay - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Rob Riggle - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Andrew Secunda - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Rob Huebel - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Bobby Cannavale - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Andy Buckley - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Natalie Zea - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Will Lyman - Voice
Video Cast Info Brooke Shields - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Rosie Perez - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Oliver Wood - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Steve Coogan - Co-Star
Video Cast Info David Gideon - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Dan Cangemi - Special Effects Supervisor
Video Cast Info George DeTitta Jr. - Set Decorator
Video Cast Info Conrad E. Palmisano - 2nd Unit Director
Video Cast Info Oliver Wood - Director of Photography
Video Cast Info Jon Brion - Composer
Video Cast Info William M. Connor - Assistant Director
Video Cast Info Brad Martin - Stunt Coordinator
Video Cast Info Margot Boccia - Makeup
Video Cast Info Jerry Decarlo - Hairstylist
Video Cast Info Chris Henchy - Screenwriter
Video Cast Info Adam McKay - Screenwriter
Video Cast Info Donald J. Mowat - Makeup
Video Cast Info Mark Hawker - Special Effects Supervisor
Video Cast Info Donald A. Kozma - Makeup Designer
Video Cast Info Johnny Villanueva - Hairstylist
Video Cast Info Adam Brandy - Makeup
Video Cast Info rhinofx - Visual Effects Designer
Video Cast Info Erica Weis - Music Director
Video Cast Info Evil Eye Pictures - Visual Effects Designer
Video Cast Info Goat Visual Effects - Visual Effects Designer
Video Cast Info Crater Studio - Visual Effects Designer
Video Cast Info Anne Heche - Co-Star
Video Cast Info Ice-T - Narrator
Video Cast Info Adam McKay - Director

Professional Reviews

Hollywood Reporter
"Ferrell keeps the winning streak intact while drawing out Mark Wahlberg's untapped funny side in THE OTHER GUYS....Ridiculously entertaining..." 08/01/2010

Entertainment Weekly
"The movie is as antic and raucous and fun as any of the star's previous screen outings, only this one has a surprisingly rich personal flavor. It's Ferrell's richest riff yet on the comedy of conflicted aggression." -- Grade: A- 08/13/2010

Los Angeles Times
4.5 stars out of 5 -- "[C]lever and funny from the first frame....The filmmakers are in fine fettle, which goes a long way to make much of the low-brow silliness and slapstick infectious." 08/06/2010

A.V. Club
"Ferrell draws a wealth of good material from his character's oddball ineffectuality, and he partners perfectly with Wahlberg, who's always best at his most incredulous." -- Grade: B 08/05/2010

Wall Street Journal
"It's loud, raunchy semicoherent and stuffed to the bursting point with heavy weaponry and car chases....[With] an extended riff on 'Law & Order' that is blessed with inventive wordplay in the sacred tradition of AIRPLANE!..." 08/06/2010

Box Office
3 stars out of 5 -- "[C]onsistently funny....[D]irector Adam McKay gives this undynamic duo a chance to prove their mettle." 08/03/2010

Washington Post
"Wahlberg proves himself a master of the slow burn. He's our glowering stand-in, the angry straight man to Ferrell's earnest, unhinged idiot." 08/06/2010

"Among comic actors, Ferrell is extremely alive to, and generous with, his colleagues. Part of his gift is the way he so willingly provides a reflective surface for them, instead of just hogging the spotlight." 08/05/2010

New York Times
"Mr. Ferrell uses his big body, his quick mind and his infinitely fungible voice to yoke disparate and ridiculous traits into a brand new and yet instantly archetypal comic character." 08/05/2010

Total Film
4 stars out of 5 -- "[I]t's Wahlberg who wins the class clown award, flexing his comedic clout by maintaining a subtle deadpan..." 08/24/2010

3 stars out of 5 -- "The first half is all skittery absurdity..." 10/01/2010

"A goofy cop spoof of sorts with an onslaught of quick-fire jokes....Ferrell plays to his strengths and Wahlberg utilizes his breathless-always-on-the-verge-of-panic persona." 12/14/2010

3 stars out of 5 -- "Michael Keaton is a comic god here, delivering a new spin on the unforgiving captain..." 01/07/2010

ReelViews 7 of 10
Will Ferrell's recent resume isn't anything to get excited about: Land of the Lost, Step Brothers, Semi-Pro, Blades of Glory. There's a sameness to all of them, not only in that the Ferrell characters are difficult to differentiate from one another, but that the comedy is tired and tepid. Fortunately, The Other Guys has a better grip on what's funny, exhibits solid comedic timing, and is generally more entertaining than tedious. Director Adam McKay has a stronger sense than some directors about how to best employ Ferrell's likeability and cluelessness (his two most disarming on-screen characteristics). McKay started with Ferrell on Saturday Night Live and followed him to the big screen, directing one of the actor's most consistently amusing feature endeavors, Anchorman. (Although, to be fair, he was also responsible for Step Brothers.)...The film's first 15 minutes are by far the most fun (and could be the best quarter-hour of any movie released this year), with Samuel L. Jackson and The Rock letting it all hang out. Jackson screams and shouts one-liners the way he hasn't done since all those fu**in' snakes got on the fu**in' plane. Is there anyone better at knowing self-parody than this man? The Rock, meanwhile, channels Arnold Schwarzenegger from Last Action Hero. Once these two are out of the picture, it becomes a lower-key, straightforward action-comedy, but McKay and Ferrell are smart enough to keep the set pieces fresh and diverse. Some, like Terry's befuddlement with Sharon's hotness, are effective, while others, like Sharon's mother playing the go-between, are less likely to provoke laughter. Comedic timing, as in the "Jersey Boys" snippet or the instance when a man tries to fly, is paramount. For the most part, the jokes have punch lines, which is too rarely the case in big-budget comedies...The Ferrell/Wahlberg matching is not among the screen's most inspired pairings. The two lack chemistry, and Wahlberg's capabilities as the "straight man" are dubious (although his reaction to the choice of the Little River Band as "psych music" is priceless). Aside from his recent supporting role in Date Night, Wahlberg hasn't done much comedy, concentrating his performances in the thriller and/or drama arena, and the lack of experience occasionally shows in The Other Guys. Nevertheless, the responsibility for being funny rests on the shoulders of Ferrell and, for the first time in several years, he is up to the task (with more than a little help from Jackson and Johnson). - James Berardinelli

Chicago Sun-times 8 of 10
Even though [Adam] McKay is clearly enjoying the opportunity to stage legit car chases and blow things up, he never strays too far from the comedic task at hand, going through one cop-movie cliche after another...The plaintive, soaring alto-sax solo that kicks in after a dramatic moment? Check. The explosion that takes everyone by surprise and sends our heroes flying skyward? Check. The gruff captain who calls the cops into his office and gives them a dressing down? Check. One partner showing up at just the right moment to save the other partner? Check. The Other Guys hits all those overly familiar notes and many more -- but each time with a wickedly satiric spin. - Richard Roeper

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