Comedies, Fantasy, Children, Theatrical Release, Family (General)
Disney's The Kid DVD Description
Russ Duritz is a success--he has looks, he has money, and he has power. The only things he's missing are friends and a conscience. But when an eight-year-old boy mysteriously keeps popping up in his high-security home, Russ finds things getting strange: The boy turns out to be himself at age eight--Rusty. Once Russ is able to even accept that the boy is who he says he is (with the hilarious help of Dana Ivey as a therapist under pressure and Lily Tomlin as Russ's assistant), he resists being associated with that image of himself yet again: a pudgy "loser" with a speech impediment. His halfhearted attempts to court his assistant, Amy, are accelerated when his younger self decides to take a hand. Russ thinks he's supposed to help his eight-year-old self become less of a geek, but Rusty might be there to teach Russ a thing or two about the things that really matter. Director Jon Turteltaub also produced this nostalgic, shamelessly emotional film, which features cameos by Larry King and Harold Greene.
Region 1 Keep Case Anamorphic Widescreen - 1.85 Letterbox - 1.85 Audio: Dolby Digital 5.1 - English Additional Release Material: Featurette: "A Kid Becomes 'The Kid'" Production Interviews: Jon Turteltaub - Director Audio Commentary: Jon Turteltaub - Director, Spencer Breslin - Star Trailers: Original Theatrical Trailer Interactive Features: Scene Access Interactive Menus
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