Down to You

Down to You

3.8 9
Director: Kris Isacsson

Cast: Joanna Adler, Freddie Prinze Jr., Jennifer Albano

     
 

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Kris Isacsson's tale of young love Down to You comes to DVD with a widescreen anamorphic transfer that preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio of 1.85:1. A closed-captioned English soundtrack is rendered in Dolby Digital 5.1, while a French soundtrack has been recorded in Dolby Digital Surround. Spanish subtitles are accessible. Supplemental materials

Overview

Kris Isacsson's tale of young love Down to You comes to DVD with a widescreen anamorphic transfer that preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio of 1.85:1. A closed-captioned English soundtrack is rendered in Dolby Digital 5.1, while a French soundtrack has been recorded in Dolby Digital Surround. Spanish subtitles are accessible. Supplemental materials include a behind-the-scenes featurette, a music video for Billie Myers' "It All Comes Down to You," and a "making of" featurette about the video. Fans of Freddie Prinze Jr. and Julia Stiles will want to give this disc a look.This Big Apple-based romantic comedy charts the tumultuous relationship between liberal arts student and budding chef Al (Freddie Prinze Jr.) and his first girlfriend, Imogen (Julia Stiles), a self-possessed freshman who wants to become an artist. After meeting in a bar, the pair jump into a giddy, passionate affair that's grown-up enough to include face time between the young lovers and Al's DJ mom and TV-chef dad (Henry Winkler). After a summer abroad, however, Imogen feels like the relationship is robbing her of her youth, and the couple must struggle with romantic and domestic growing pains. Meanwhile, their wacky friends -- who include porn stars (Selma Blair and Zak Orth), stoners (Rosario Dawson), a mullet-haired lunkhead (Shawn Hatosy), and a Jim Morrison look-alike named Jim Morrison (Ashton Kutcher) -- provide laughs, advice, and sexual temptation. The debut film from writer/director Kris Isacsson, the teen-themed Down to You marked a change of pace for normally grown-up Miramax Films. In addition to a slew of recent rock and pop, the film prominently features music from such downtown New York fixtures of the past decade as Deee-Lite ("Groove is in the Heart") and Cibo Matto ("Moonchild").

Product Details

Release Date:
07/11/2000
UPC:
0717951007421
Original Release:
2000
Rating:
PG13
Source:
Miramax
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Wide Screen]
Sound:
[Dolby Digital, stereo]
Time:
1:32:00

Special Features

Behind-the-scenes; Music video "It All Comes Down to You" by Billie Myers; Behind the scenes of the music video; Spanish subtitles; French-language track 2.0 Dolby Surround; 5.1 Surround; Widescreen [1.85:1] - enhanced for 16x9 televisions

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Joanna Adler Piercing Woman
Freddie Prinze Al Connelly
Jennifer Albano Emma
Julia Stiles Imogen
Caroline Ambrose Kissing Babe-Woman
Selma Blair Cyrus
Shawn Hatosy Eddie Hicks
Jason Bailey Angry Audience Member
Zak Orth Monk Jablonski
Ashton Kutcher Jim Morrison
Chloe Beardman Young Imogen, 11 Years
Rosario Dawson Lana
Henry Winkler Chef Ray
Lucie Arnaz Judy Connelly
Susan Blommaert Psychologist
Mark Blum Interviewer
Lauren German Lovestruck Woman
Julian Caiazzo Young Al, 5 Years
Zay Harding Lovestruck Man
Amanda Barfield Faith Keenan
Adam Carolla Host
Jerry Carreccio Young Al, 12 Years
Chloe Hunter Megan Brodski
Michael J. Conti Swat Team
Granger Green Haley Heller
Jed Rhein Gabe Stiano
Chris Desmond Man With Emma
Joseff Stevenson Ted McGurran
Richard Galella Swat Team
Elizabeth Levin Carbs Girl
Lola Glaudini Parolee
Robin Nance Daddy's Girl
Mary Wigmore Pearly Whites
Jimmy Kimmel Host
Mimi Langeland Leather Woman
David Logan Suburban Husband
Joanna Myers Suburban Wife
Elizabeth Page Stage Manager
Frank Wood Doctor
Edmund Choi Conductor

Technical Credits
Kris Isacsson Director,Screenwriter
Douglas Aibel Casting
Gordon Boos Asst. Director
Phillipe Carr-Foster Camera Operator
Edmund Choi Score Composer
Michael Clancy Costumes/Costume Designer
Bobby Cohen Executive Producer
Marc Dabe Art Director
Andrew Dorfman Score Composer
April Ferry Costumes/Costume Designer
Tracey Gallagher Art Director
Ron Goodman Camera Operator
Richard Greenberg Asst. Director
Hugo Heppell Associate Producer
Jonathan Herron Camera Operator
Trish Hofmann Co-producer
Anthony Katagas Production Manager
Colin Michael Kitchens Asst. Director
Jason Kliot Producer
Jeremy Kramer Executive Producer
Nicki Lederman Makeup
Dina Lipton Production Designer
Lance MacDonald Choreography
Russ McElhatton Camera Operator
Tracy McKnight Musical Direction/Supervision
Mark Hopkins McNabb Sound Mixer
Ed Mitchell Casting
Andrea Netze Asst. Director
Glenfield Payne Sound Editor
Julian Petrillo Asst. Director
Vance Piper Camera Operator
Robin Ray Casting
Stephen A. Rotter Editor
Jac Rubenstein Sound Editor
Warren Shaw Sound Editor
Jamie Silverstein Camera Operator
Tim Suhrstedt Cinematographer
William Sweeney Sound Editor
Kevin Thompson Production Designer
Peter Thorell Asst. Director
Joana Vicente Producer
Diane Warren Score Composer
David Wechsler Asst. Director
Harvey Weinstein Executive Producer
Bob Weinstein Executive Producer
John Werner Sound Editor
Robert Yeoman Cinematographer
Jamie H. Zelermyer Production Manager

Scene Index

Side #1 --
   Set Up
      Spoken Languages
      Captions and Subtitles
   Bonus Material
      "It all comes down to you" Music Video
      Making of the Music Video.
      Behind the Scenes
   Preview Trailers
   Play

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Down to You 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
goodgirl2 More than 1 year ago
wow it was such a cute movie. i love the ending when he sings to the girl aww so sweet. now this this is defintley a movie my kinda movie loved it!
Guest More than 1 year ago
The first time I ever saw this movie was a few hours after I had come home from the oral surgeon. I had just had all four of my wisdom teeth pulled, and I was sitting there on the couch watching this great movie, drooling. It was the only movie that we rented that weekend that I watched more than once. Many people would see this movie as being a 'teen flick', but even my mom enjoyed this one. The story line starts off with the main characters in their first years of college, and ends with them in their own careers. It follows them in and out of love, and shows how they change over the years. This is a great romantic comedy that I think anyone could enjoy, if they just gave it a chance
Guest More than 1 year ago
When i first saw the cover of this movie i thought, ''oh no not another love story with a predictable ending''.....but my girlfriend convincd me to watch it........The reason why i am writing this comment is because there is more to the movie then you would think...''Down To You'' is not just any teen movie.....it is a little bit more mature and deals with issues regarding young adults in relationships....i recommend ''Down To You'' one hundred percent!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I really recommend this movie to everyone. This movie shows love between two people grow and then stray. But in the end it shows you that any true love really does deserve a second chance!! Now just to get my ex to watch it...
Guest More than 1 year ago
I am sorry to say that this movie was absolutely awful. The love story theme has been done too many times and when I had seen this movie I could barely sit through it. In my opinion Freddie Prince Jr. cannot act and all that people like him for is because of his good looks. You can already tell he will end up getting her in the end so why even bother watching the film. PLEASE DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I thought ''Down to You'' was an okay movie. Just some part's are quite boring. It's about Al (Freddie Prinze jr.) goes to a hang out and meets Imogean (Julia Stiles) Of course it's another romance. Things happen they break up and get back to gether in the end. It's kindof of same old same old. I can't say I really enjoyed it
Guest More than 1 year ago
Okay, I really do love this movie alot. I just watched it for the first time not too long ago and I was so hooked. What I like is how it is such a sweet romance that is just pleasant to watch. Sure, the movie plot was a little predictable, but it isnt it the little things that make this story so great? I hate the fact that critics get all annoyed with it and hate it so much. Of course they get bored watching it. Watching movies is all they do! So, God, jump all over it why dont ya just because it doesnt keep you on the edge of your seet cause your so movie-jaded you think they're all boring. However, I dont watch a new movie every day and then go report about how much it all sucks. I think it was a really cute, charming movie. And what is this about Freddie not being able to act????? It seems to me like Julia might be the worse actor in here. The way she talks in her monolouges reminds me of all the people who were with me drama 1 when I was in 9th grade just because they thought it was a slacker class. No offense to Julia, I mean, I love the girl, but Freddie was definatly a whole lot better!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I just adore this movie. Julia Stiles makes the movie perfect. I think she's a great actress. And Freddie Prinze Jr helps out alot.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago