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On the DVD
Though an unaccountable box office disappointment, Walk Hard is poised for discovery and cult status on DVD. You'd think the film had pretty much exhausted all the puns and double-entendres you could get out of Dewey Cox's last name, but the Elvis-inspired "A Christmas Song from Dewey Cox," the "Cox Sausage Commercial" and "The Real Dewey Cox," which are among this two-disc set's extra features, manages to get even more mileage out of that juvenile joke. Speaking of which, there is a "cockumentary" devoted to actor Tyler Nilson, who provides the film with its most shocking laugh during the hotel orgy scene, The Unbearably Long, Self-Indulgent Director's Cut contains, ahem, extended footage of that scene and features the deleted setups for some of the theatrical cut's more inexplicable gags (a deleted montage reveals just how Dewey and band member Theo wound up in bed together). Better than a gag reel is the "Line-O-Rama," a hit-and-miss compilation of improv outtakes. Full song performances give this film's Oscar-worthy music its due. The Daily Show's John Hodgman gets "The Last Word" in a celebrity profile spoof that was originally broadcast on Comedy Central. With a more traditional "Making of" featurette and entertaining audio commentary by writer Judd Apatow, director Jake Kasdan, and star John C. Reilly, Walk Hard walks even harder on DVD. --Donald Liebenson
Beyond Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story
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An amazing story portrayed beutifully by John C Reilly, what I love is the fact that he actually played the guitar and sang live on all the songs! Read morePublished 5 days ago by James Mark
Most underrated movie of all-time. Impossible to turn off.
And sometimes when people ask me to rank my favorite movies I put this ahead of The Shawshank Redemption.
Very funny satire comedy. I love it. Would recommend it if you're into comedies such as "Anchorman", "Talladega Nights" or "Step Brothers"...Published 17 days ago by Chance
I give it a three star for the pure fact that there was no cover or case or anything. It was just the dvd n ab envelope. Read morePublished 19 days ago by tanya manning