|Video Release:||13 Sep 2005|
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Some unusual movies garner their own kind of fame among viewers who appreciate the quirky humor. Galaxy Quest (also starring Alan Rickman) pokes fun at Trekkie fans and former stars that appear to have lost touch with reality. Napoleon Dynamite became a kind of iconic champion for kids who had to endure the hazards of high school. Johnny English is another example of British comedy.
Home Video Extra Features
If you’re planning to catch a ride through the solar system, make sure you don’t leave home without The Hitchiker’s Guide to the Galaxy. Available in either wide or full screen versions, both offer deleted scenes, fake deleted scenes (way, way too-far-out outtakes), The Making of The Hitchiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, and 2 Wholly Remarkable Audio Commentaries (featuring the executive producer and Sean Solle—a colleague of the book’s author, Douglas Adams—as well as the producer and actors). For a true out-of-this-world experience, the audio tracks are recorded in Dolby Digital 5.1.