didn't exactly rake in the cash that The Social Network
did at the box office but, like David Fincher
's Facebook movie, it traverses the rocky road that was the early days of the Internet. This fact-based story stars Luke Wilson as Jack Harris—an average guy with the not-so-average idea of building the first online billing company for adult entertainment. Within a month he was making $200,000 a day and became one of the wealthiest entrepreneurs of the 1990s, but all the money in the world doesn't help him shake Russian mobsters, federal agents and international terrorists.
This steamy comedy-drama directed by George Gallo is making a house call on DVD and Blu-ray on February 15. Extras include outtakes, a "Slap Montage" and deleted scenes. No word yet if the extended orgy sequence, which was leaked on the Internet, will make its way onto the discs in bonus features. The cut scene would have pushed the film from an R rating to an NC-17.