OVERVIEW: Viewers will be swept off their feet when Sony Pictures Home Entertainment ushers the whimsical romantic comedy The Accidental Husband onto DVD on November 10, 2009. A steady stream of shenanigans ensue when a jilted firefighter (Jeffrey Dean Morgan - TV’s “Grey’s Anatomy,” P.S. I Love You) seeks revenge on relationship expert and talk show host, Dr. Emma Lloyd (Uma Thurman - The Producers, Be Cool), who advises his fiancée to leave him at the altar. Directed by Griffin Dunne (Practical Magic, Addicted to Love) and produced by Thurman, The Accidental Husband features an all-star cast including Colin Firth (Mamma Mia!, Bridget Jones’s Diary), Oscar® nominee Sam Shepard (Felon, The Right Stuff), Isabella Rossellini (Wyatt Earp, Infamous) and Justina Machado (TV’s “Six Feet Under,” Torque). The special features promise to deliver satisfaction with the making-of featurette that explores the fun the cast had behind-the-scenes.
SYNOPSIS: Firefighter Patrick Sullivan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) finds his life turned upside-down when his fiancée suddenly calls off their pending nuptials per the recommendation of radio love guru Dr. Emma Lloyd (Uma Thurman). Determined to get back at this “love doctor,” Sullivan forges a fake marriage license, “accidentally” marrying him to Emma, who’s already engaged to Richard (Colin Firth). But as Patrick's charms begin to wear Emma down, she must decide which of these bachelors is her “Mr. Right.” Also starring Sam Shepard, Justina Machado and Isabella Rossellini in this romantic comedy that proves even the experts need to learn a few love lessons now and then.
DVD: The Accidental Husband is
presented in a widescreen format with a 1.85:1 aspect ration,
preserving its original theatrical released format. The picture is complemented with an
English 5.1 Dolby digital sound, with English subtitles.
In terms of special features
the DVD doesn't include anything to get exited. It
only includes a decent making of featurette
Widescreen (1.85:1) [16:9 Transfer]
5.1 Dolby Digital
Subtitles - English
Making of featurette
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