The most glaring error on this DVD is the fact that the packaging lists the theatrical trailer as an extra feature when it actually doesn't exist on the disc at all. There's no option to choose it on the menu, and it's not tacked on to the end of the film or listed in the chapter selection. Unfortunately, that phantom trailer is the only "extra" on the disc, making this DVD about as bare bones as it's possible to be. On the positive side, the 1:85 widescreen looks decent and is enhanced for 16 x 9 televisions. The audio is only 2.0 Dolby Surround Sound, however, and available in English or French, which just isn't enough for DVD fans. The story of two feuding women (Bette Midler and Shelley Long) chasing after the same man, Outrageous Fortune is a forgettable film and an even more forgettable DVD. Unless this is your favorite film of all time, it's not even worth the rental.