Hmm. Sandra Bullock strips and cavorts on James Lorinz's knee. He responds by ignoring her and moaning about his problems. Sound completely unfeasible? Nah, it all happens in "Me and the Mob", an old and desperate Bullock comedy that's surfaced on a DVD, likely to be nervously fingered in shops up down the country.
Made on an obviously tight budget, this film was never going to win in the picture quality stakes, but doesn't end up looking too bad on disc. It's a little soft, but is unlikely to bother most.
The sound comes in a 2.0 stereo mix that concentrates in the centre speaker, with the music residing in the front left and right.
The one extra feature that's included on this DVD is the original trailer. It's perhaps better watched after the movie, as it's likely to put you off otherwise.
Ratio: 1.85:1 (Anamorphic)
Sound: Dolby Digital 2.0
Extra Features: Scene selection, trailer.