The new kid at school faces up to the school bully by taking on a challenge no one has the guts to try in this family-oriented comedy. Billy (Luke Benward) is an 11-year-old boy whose folks have just moved to a new town and is facing the terror of his first day at a new school. It doesn't take long for Billy to run afoul of Joe (Adam Hicks), the school bully, who finds the live bait Billy brought with him and throws it in his face, asking Billy if he eats worms for lunch. Billy tries to gross out Joe by saying yes, he eats worms on a regular basis, and Joe calls his bluff by challenging him to eat ten worms in front of the student body. Billy takes the bet, and suddenly becomes something of a celebrity at school as the first kid to stand up to Joe. Billy also discovers he's caught the eye of Erika (Hallie Kate Eisenberg), a cute girl in his class, but can he actually eat the worms without losing his lunch? With the help of a handful of new friends, Billy preps for the big contest by learning how to eat as much gross stuff as he can, and he gains an unexpected ally in hot-headed Principal Burdock (James Rebhorn). Based on the popular children's book by Thomas Rockwell, How to Eat Fried Worms also features Tom Cavanagh, Kimberly Williams-Paisley, and Clint Howard.
Worm Cuisine: watch a master chef cook up tasty worm dishes!; Blooper reel: get ready to crack up!; Movie-making made fun: experience the fun behind the scenes!; Deleted scenes: see scenes you've never seen before!; Commentary: director Bob Dolman and the kids from the cast; The rockin' worms: "Worm Guts" music video; Widescreen and fullscreen versions of the film
Disc #1 -- How to Eat Fried Worms 1. Opening Titles [4:43] 2. First Day [4:09] 3. Worms for Lunch [4:26] 4. Worm Boy's Bet [6:01] 5. Research [3:04] 6. Erika's House [1:56] 7. Woody's Performance [2:21] 8. Taste Test [3:18] 9. Brothers [3:24] 10. Le Big Porker [6:06] 11. Greasy Brown Toad Bloater Special [4:31] 12. The Burning Fireball [6:29] 13. The Barfmallow [3:46] 14. Peanut Butter & Worm Sandwich [3:40] 15. The River Shack [5:41] 16. The Green Slusher [4:50] 17. The Last Worm [5:20] 18. Cheating [1:31] 19. Worm Dance [4:08] 20. Credits [4:05]
Disc #1 -- How to Eat Fried Worms Play Movie Widescreen Fullscreen Special Features Gag Reel Worm Montage Deleted Scenes Play All Play Without Commentary Play With Commentary How to Grunt Like a Five-Year-Old Play Without Commentary Play With Commentary How Not to Make Friends in the Schoolyard Play Without Commentary Play With Commentary How to Be a Sea Turtle Play Without Commentary Play With Commentary How to Play Tennis...Badly Play Without Commentary Play With Commentary Burp Like a Pro Play Without Commentary Play With Commentary How to Fly if You're a Worm Play Without Commentary Play With Commentary Dance Like Adam Simms Play Without Commentary Play With Commentary Movie Making Made Fun Worm Cuisine Feature Commentary by Director Bob Dolman, Luke Benward, Hallie Kate Eisenberg, Alexander Gould and Austin Rogers Widescreen Fullscreen Music Video Theatrical Trailer Sneak Peeks Set Up Options Sound: 5.1 Surround Sound Sound: Stereo Surround Sound Subtitles: English Subtitles: Spanish Subtitles: Off Select a Scene DVD-ROM/Online Features This DVD Contains Exclusive Features and Weblinks Accessible in an Interactual Enhanced DVD Player or DVD-Capable Personal Computer. Watch the Film With Interactive Features, Visit New Line on the Internet or Check Out the Hot Spot Where You Can Learn of the Latest Promotions and Information From New Line. To Access These Materials Please Insert This Disc Into a PC and Through the Interactual Player Select DVD-ROM/Online Features Requirements Credits
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