Whimsical and sweet, this film made no waves at the box office, but seems far more appropriate for home video, where it should find greater success. As for the DVD, the 1.85:1 picture, which is enhanced for widescreen televisions, is the highlight of the disc. Colors are bright and warm, and detail is exceptional. The fantastical look of New York envisioned by director Boaz Yakin is nicely realized on this transfer. As would be expected for a recent release, with some minor exceptions, there aren't any distracting elements to be found. The sound doesn't fare quite as well; it's not that it isn't intelligible, but this dialogue-based romantic comedy never takes advantage of the 5.1 Dolby Digital soundtrack. Some separation can be found, but can just as easily be missed. As with the sound, the added features are good, but nothing exceptional. Two featurettes, "The Lowdown on Uptown," a fluff press kit at best, and "Rockin' Style," a look at costumes with their designer Sarah Edwards, are also included, as are 13 deleted scenes. In addition, a music video for "Time" from Chantal Kreviazuk, a standard photo gallery, and the theatrical trailers for this, Legally Blonde 2, Heartbreakers, and A Guy Thing are included. If this charming little film was missed in the theaters, then this DVD is a perfect way to see it in the comfort of your own home.