Nick Cannon and Christina Milian star in this urbanized update of the 1987 teen comedy Can't Buy Me Love. Directed by Troy Beyer, Love Don't Cost a Thing centers on a nerdy high-school student who gets a chance to become popular when he strikes a deal with a cheerleader in need. The film is presented in widescreen with the original English soundtrack mastered in Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound. There's also a dubbed French track in Dolby Digital Stereo and English, Spanish, and French subtitles. Along with the film itself, the disc features a selection of bonuses, including an alternate ending, a behind-the-scenes documentary, two music videos, and the original theatrical trailer. A full-screen edition with the same features is also available.
Paris takes center stage in a surprise alternate ending
2 music videos: Murphy Lee's Luv Me Baby and Shorty (Put it on the Floor) with Busta Rhymes, Fat Joe, Chingy and Nick Cannon
This movie is about the most popular girl in school ,and the nerdiest guy in school, and how they get together. One day Paris(Christina Milian) takes her moms Cadillac Escalade out for a spin with her friends but ends up crashing it.She takes it to a repair shop where Alvin(Nick Cannon) works. And that's were it goes down hill from there.Then thru the movie Nick winds up begin someone he's not while at the same time dating the most popular girl in school.If you want to see this rent it first.