You'll dodge, duck, dip, dive. . . and laugh out loud watching Vince Vaughn and Ben Stiller settle their differences in a winner-take-all dodgeball competition. Under the painful tutelage of legendary ADAA champ, Patches O'Houlihan (Rip Torn), Peter LaFleur (Vaughn) and his Average Joes take on the Purple Cobras, led by egomaniacal fitness guru, White Goodman (Stiller). It's an over-the-top underdog tale filled with hilarious sight gags and balls-out fun!
*New Joke Commentary: Feature-length commentary by writer/director Rawson Marshall Thurber and Actors Ben Stiller and Vince Vaughn
*Easter Egg Commentary: Feature-length commentary by writer/director Rawson Marshall Thurber and Actors Ben Stiller and Vince Vaughn
**Deleted/Extended Scenes with optional commentary Writer/Director Rawson Marshall Thurber:
**Gordon asks for a divorce
**White Goodman's Metaphor Speech
**Justin and Amber see Derek before cheerleading finals
**The Dirty Sanchez
**Fran and Owen in bed
*Three Way Kiss
*Different ending with fat White Goodman (pizza bagels are burning)
*Alternate Ending with optional Commentary by Writer/Director Rawson Marshall Thurber
*"Justin Long: A Study in Ham & Cheese"
*Featurette:"Dodgeball Boot Camp: Training for Dodgeball
*Featurette: "The Anatomy of a Hit"
*Dodgeball: Go for the Gold
*More with the Dodgeball Dancers (with video introduction by Writer/Director Rawson Marshall Thurber) : In Pink, In Blue, & In Black
**Theatrical Trailer A
**Theatrical Trailer B
**The Ringer Teaser Trailer
**Trailer: Arrested Development (TBD)
*"Fat White Goodman explains easter eggs (obvious placement of this easter egg)
*Fat White Goodman Insults nerds who find easter eggs
*White Goodman's Cousin (Stuart Cornfield cameo)
*Featurette: "First Time Director"
*White Goodman from the Globo gym video screen
*Justin with girls at Car Wash
Cast & Crew
This masterpiece of modern cinema depends upon a single truism: A guy getting hit in the nuts a hundred times in a row is funny a hundred times.
The most satisfying comedy of the past year -- at least among the ones starring Stiller.
... a hilariously worthy successor to the great goofball comedies of the late Seventies and early Eighties, movies like Caddyshack and Meatballs.
Just watching grown-ups get bombarded by rubber balls, you know? Makes me feel 12 again.
The movie doesn't just pussyfoot around conventionality -- it hits it square in the stomach and then leaps around shamelessly in a smug victory dance.
Thurber makes you forget convention and enjoy a genuine yukfest, full of down-and-dirty (but funny) gags and one-liners, and memorable scenes.