In this whimsical romantic comedy that recalls It's a Wonderful Life, Nicolas Cage plays Jack Campbell, a workaholic bachelor who gets to see what his life might have been like had he stayed with his old sweetheart, Kate (Tea Leoni). Thirteen years before, Jack accepted a brokerage internship that marred his relationship with Kate, under the promise that they would only be separated one year. But much later, Jack has become an urban Wall Street exec with no wife or family of his own, and a mysterious proxy (Don Cheadle) offers him the opportunity to step into the life he left behind. After falling asleep in his posh New York apartment, Jack awakens to find himself in bed with his now-wife Kate, daughter Annie (Makenzie Vega), and a new baby, none of which he has ever experienced in his fast-paced single life. After discovering his "real" life has been eliminated, he begrudgingly tries to fit in with his newly appointed life as a family man. The Family Man also stars Saul Rubinek and Jeremy Piven.~Jason Clark
Opening scene with Alternate Music Track
Spotlight on location
Hi, Jack Montage
Music videos: Seal "This Could Be Heaven"
Feature Commentary with Director Brett Ratner & Writers David Diamond & David Weissman
A modern day "It's A Wonderful Life" movie. Gets down to the basic values of America, that is up until ten years ago when it all started to fall apart with fundamental values destroyed. This movie is a fantastic story on how main streets used to look.
This is one of my all time favorite movies. It's about a corporate type who wakes up, married to the girl he was SUPPOSED to marry after college, but instead, chose the corporate life. SPOLIER: After watching this movie, tell me it would not have been MUCH better if Don Cheedle was driving the cab at the end!
This review is from The Family Man [DVD] 
I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Owned for 1 week when reviewed.
i love nicholas cage family man timeless classic a glimpse is sooo sweeeeet
This is a great "what if" type Christmas movie which combines elements of A Christmas Carol, it's a Wonderful Life and other fantasy Christmas movies. Only complaint is that the dvd and blu ray are on 1 double sided disk, would be better if they were separate disks, other than that, can't complain.
This review is from The Family Man [Blu-ray/DVD]