I was browsing through cable late one night and stumbled across the familiar faces of Kevin Spacey (American Beauty, Se7en) and Danny Devito (Batman Returns, Death To Smoochy), I gave it a watch and was completely taken in by the film. However, I only caught the tail end of it. After that night I never saw the film again. Luckily enough I was browsing through the previously viewed DVD section at my local video store and found a copy of The Big Kahuna. I picked it up for a steal.
The dialogue in this film is some of my favorite, it rivals that of Tarantino's films with the massive conveyence of information but making it all seem rather nonchalant. Kevin Spacey is hilarious in this movie. It's stunning what a serious movie this is but still manages to be so funny at the same time. Danny Devito gives one of the greatest acting performances I have ever seen. I still don't think I have seen better, and I doubt I probably ever will.
This film is a very interesting one, there's basicly only three people in the entire film. And somehow the film keeps you very interested in the happening of all the characters and their problems, things like that, it was gripping some how.
As for the DVD it's self, there's not to much to it. 5.1 audio, 1.85:1 anamorphic widescreen, not really much else to be said about it. But it's well worth the money. I would highly recommend this film.