Also included in this DVD you’ll find –
- Commentary by writer/director Jason Reitman, director of photography Eric Steelberg and first assistant director Jason Blumenfeld – I always LOVE knowing a bit of background on the movie (but only watch the commentary AFTER I’ve finished the movie on it’s own).
- Shadowplay: Before The Story – Learning about the opening credits isn’t something that I usually care about. But, hearing the passion in the people and then re-seeing what they’ve done and why was quite interesting.
- Deleted Scenes with Optional Commentary by Jason Reitman
* To Know Me Is To Fly With Me – Totally agreed with the editing based on this scene.
* Real People Firing and Irate Employee -You could see why they chose the scenes that they did.
* Thumper and Extended Boat Scene – Most of this was in the actual movie – but still fun to watch.
* Omaha Montage – Almost an alternative ending. I wish they’d kept this in the original film.
* Spacesuit -SO GLAD they left this out of the movie.
- Trailers – It’s interesting to see how they MARKET a film and after watching them, I thought they were right on target.
Up in the Air is available from Amazon.com for $16.99
Thank you to Paramount Home Entertainment and Click Communications for providing us with a copy for this DVD review and giveaway. We were in no way compensated and all opinions are strictly our own.