This 2001 film arrives on a dual-layered DVD with only one audio track (Dolby English 5.1 Stereo) and only one picture option (widescreen anamorphic 2.35:1 aspect ratio) but a big load of bonus features, including: an audio commentary narrated by the film's director; footage not included in the theatrical release, accompanied by a director's commentary; a music video; cast and crew interviews; two featurettes ("Does Crime Really Pay" and "True Tabloid"); rehearsal footage; video footage captured from the perspective of one of the actors; cast and crew interviews; and a subtitle track devoted to facts and trivia. Theatrical trailers are also included.
Back in the day films like these were a dime a dozen. The 90's were littered with cop dramas like 15 minutes. The funny thing about this film is how much it relates to the media coverage of crimes and so called publicity seekers of today. Other then that...not much memorable. Good performances from Deniro, Ed Burns and Kelsey Grammer.